Blogger is the one second most popular platform for blogs across the internet according to BuiltWith. The current number of active websites on Blogger is 694,307.
There are many ways to engage visitors to blogger websites and one such method is by sending push notifications.
Sending push notifications is an effective way to get your users involved and get them back to your website. Push notifications have higher conversions in terms of view and open rates than email, SMS, etc.
After completing this article, you should be able to set up and send push notifications from your blogger website.
How do I set up blogger push notifications?
There are two key codes that Truepush provides for sending push notifications.
- Download the service work (sw.js) file and place it in the root directory of your website.
- Copy and paste the SDK code before the closing body tag of your HTML code.
Read our detailed Guide to Integrating Blogger with Truepush.
Once you’ve set up your blogger push notifications, here’s how to send them out to your users.
How do I send blogger notifications?
After you’ve successfully integrated the code and placed it in the right place as mentioned above, you can send push notifications right from your Truepush dashboard.
That’s how it’s done:
- log in to your Truepush account.
- You will see the Truepush dashboard as follows:
Your Truepush dashboard contains all of the metrics for your push notification campaigns, such as: B. Total subscribers, active subscribers, unsubscribers and previous campaign details (see below).
- Click on ‘Create campaign ‘ on top of the dashboard.
- Enter the details of your push campaign as shown below.
a) Enter the landing page url, notification title and message and select the image.
b) Select your audience segments that you want to include. read this Audience segmentation guide Here.
c) Once the details of the notification are filled in, you can send Blogger push notifications immediately or at your preferred times
Follow these 7 Best Practices for Sending Push Notifications.