How To Redirect Visitors To Different Respective URLs Depending Where They Exit Within The Same Blog

by eltara
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Hi Everyone

I have quite a huge blog that focuses on Health niche but of different sub-niches (e.g. acne, hairloss, teeth-whitening, body detox, etc).

My question is how to redirect site visitors to different respective urls depending where they try to exit within the same blog (i.e. blog that focuses on different subniches)?

For example :
If someone comes to my blog and get into my acne-related post/page and then try to exit, how do I redirect this visitor to an acne affiliate offer or acne optin page? On the other hand, if someone come to my blog and get into my hair-loss related post/page, how do I redirect this visitor to a hairloss affiliate offer or hairloss optin page when they try to exit. In other words, I would like to be able to customize my exit redirecting to various affiliate offers or optin pages to cater for visitors of different interests.

At this moment, I can only use the Exit Screen WP Plugin (Free WP Plugin) to redirect all acne visitors, hairloss visitors and the rest of the visitors to the same 1 Exit URL or 1 Optin Page (which I can only determine a Detox Health Affiliate Offer or Detox Optin Page). The conversion is really bad but I can only do 1 Common Redirection in this blog using this free plugin ...

Is there a better way to do different redirection to different affiliate offers/optin pages from the same blog using Free Or Paid WP Plugin?

Thanks and hope to hear your advices.

Regards
Eltara
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Hess
    This isn't a free option, but this would work: http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...-24-hours.html

    You can specify the redirect URL on a page/post basis. So even within your 'acne' category, you could redirect to a different acne offer on each individual acne post if you wanted to.
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    • Profile picture of the author eltara
      Originally Posted by Mark Hess View Post

      This isn't a free option, but this would work: http://www.warriorforum.com/warrior-...-24-hours.html

      You can specify the redirect URL on a page/post basis. So even within your 'acne' category, you could redirect to a different acne offer on each individual acne post if you wanted to.
      Hi Mark

      Thanks a lot!
      I will check it out on the plugin .

      Regards
      Eltara
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  • Profile picture of the author Terry Crim
    I really don't like being trapped in a site. When I want to leave I want to leave and if I have to click some damn popup or have other pages appear when I try to click off your page I will NEVER come back to your site and possibly even report you to those affiliate offers you are trying to shove down the throat of people leaving your site. There is a reason they are leaving and it is NOT to get more information.
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    • Profile picture of the author eltara
      Originally Posted by Terry Crim View Post

      I really don't like being trapped in a site. When I want to leave I want to leave and if I have to click some damn popup or have other pages appear when I try to click off your page I will NEVER come back to your site and possibly even report you to those affiliate offers you are trying to shove down the throat of people leaving your site. There is a reason they are leaving and it is NOT to get more information.
      Hi Terry

      I am quite surprised to read your comment but nevertheless thanks for your comment cause I don't see anything wrong after all I am an online affiliate marketer and exit redirection/pop is one of the marketing tool online marketers commonly used to capture leads or send them to affiliate offer after visitors spent some time in my blog (by the way, they did spend time to read through the various posts as it is a rather huge blog of varied health sub-niches. I know this cause my google analytic and stat counter reveal) and then try to exit to leave - I mean the visitors have to leave at some point of time and can't stay in my site for 24/7 and they had to exit to leave somehow.

      By the way, the current free Exit Screen WP plugin that I used in this blog gives a dialogue message to give visitors a choice to click "leave" or to click "stay". It is not being forced.

      So I believe you do not use any exit redirect plugin or exit pop up in any of your websites.

      Thanks.

      Regards
      Eltara
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