You can stop your campaign from showing to visitors by adding a single line to your links. This is a great option for your newsletters.
How does it work?
Query string exceptions are an opportunity for you to decide on different cases when you don’t want your campaign to appear. By adding “?SNSubscribed=true” to any given url/link, we automatically place a cookie on your visitors browser telling the campaign not to appear.
- Edit your campaign and go to last step settings
- Open 'Change rule'
- Open 'Add another condition’
- Add the condition 'Hide from existing newsletter subscribers'
- Use “?SNSubscribed=true” in the end of your link
Let’s say that you want to exclude all visitors who are coming to your site from your newsletter. Then, you only have to add "?SNSubscribed=true" in all newsletter links.
Sharing between campaigns
The cookie is shared between campaigns, so if a customer already signed up in a campaign, and you choose to activate a query/cookie based exception in a new campaign, your new box won’t appear for subscribers.
Use this cookie in your forms
You can even choose to set the cookie yourself, if you for example have a registration form. Simply add cookie name: "SNSubscribed" with a value of 1.