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RTP Dialogue pop up campaign for anonymous visitors

Hello community!  You have been very helpful to me lately.

I get that RTP is best used for delivering custom experiences for known individuals, but what if I want to display a dialogue popup box experience for anonymous visitors?

Here is what i'm trying to do:  we have various web campaigns tied to segments for known individuals. In addition, we want to have a separate dialogue pop up for everyone else (anonymous, unknown individuals - someone who hasn't clicked in a marketo email or filled out a form).

To do this, do I simply create a segment that is: Known Profile --> Status --> Anonymous?  With the other campaigns running, I would prioritize this lower.

Am I thinking about this right?  Any ideas, examples, or advice on how to deliver RTP dialogue campaigns to the anonymous visitor would be appreciated!

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Re: RTP Dialogue pop up campaign for anonymous visitors

You're spot on in your thinking. We run rtp for anonymous users all the time with download offers, account creation and it's really great now with the exit overlay option.

You can even embed forms right in the rtp graphic so you can generate the lead right then and there.

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Re: RTP Dialogue pop up campaign for anonymous visitors

You're spot on in your thinking. We run rtp for anonymous users all the time with download offers, account creation and it's really great now with the exit overlay option.

You can even embed forms right in the rtp graphic so you can generate the lead right then and there.

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Re: RTP Dialogue pop up campaign for anonymous visitors

Thank you for the reply, Duane!  Great recommendation with the embedded forms.. had no idea you could do that. 

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Sure. Just grab the form's embed code and plop it in!