Integrating Wisepops with your website

Lisa Fockens Updated by Lisa Fockens

Welcome to the beginning of your Wisepops adventure! To start displaying your campaigns, you'll need to integrate Wisepops with your website. This can be done by incorporating the Wisepops setup code into your site's backend.

Here's a comprehensive guide to help you through the process:

Step 1: Add Wisepops Setup Code to Your Website

There are four methods to add the Wisepops setup code, depending on your website type:

Method #1: Direct CMS Integration

If your website uses one of the following CMS platforms, you can easily install Wisepops directly. We currently support these platforms:

Method #2: Google Tag Manager Integration

If your CMS isn't listed above, don't worry! You can seamlessly install Wisepops using Google Tag Manager.

Method #3: Custom Website Integration

For custom-built websites, Wisepops can still be integrated as long as your site supports Javascript. Follow this guide for detailed instructions.

Method #4: Single-Page Application (SPA) Integration

For SPA websites, please refer to this documentation.

Step 2: Verify Your Code Implementation

After embedding the Wisepops code, it's essential to confirm that it has been implemented correctly. You can easily do this using Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.

Check out this video tutorial for a step-by-step walkthrough.

Step 3: Activate Your Campaign

After setting up the code, the final step is to activate your campaign. Navigate to the Wisepops dashboard, locate the column beside the campaign name, and click on the status. Within the dropdown menu, select 'Published' to change the campaign's status from draft to published.

If your campaign isn't showing up on your website, try these troubleshooting tips.

If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Check your code implementation using Google Chrome