Add an unlimited number of (On-Click) Actions
One important factor of a Floating Action Button is the on-click action. Choose which on-click action you want that your visitor will take. From click-to-call, opening a pop-up, opening Facebook messenger to just navigating to another page. It is all possible with Buttonizer.
By adding multiple buttons on one page you can even create interactive Floating Menu’s.
Style without Coding
Easily customize your Floating Action Button by choosing the color of your button, icon and the color after clicking on the button.
Find your favorite icon by searching through font awesome icon or upload your own icon or image. You can even add a moving icon in your Floating Action Button.
Oh I almost forgot. It is also possible to choose how your Floating Menu (which is created when you van more than one Floating Action Button) opens. On top of each other or as a circle around the menu button.
Create Filters to show your Buttons on the right places
Decide for each button if you want to show it on your desktop, mobile or both. Sometimes you want your visitors to do specific actions only on on your mobile website. For instance navigating to your address, or direct calling your business or share your content on Whats’app.
Of course you can add a button to show on all your pages. But it is also possible to show a floating action button on specific pages. How? By easily adding a page category to the button. In a page category you can simply include or exclude the selected pages. This way you can add a specific floating action button that’s only visible on a number of pages. Some pages are special enough to get their own Floating Action Button :).
Show a floating action button only when your business is open or only when your business is closed. As an example: Add Facebook Messenger as a button and set it to show only on opening hours so your clients won’t chat with your company outside opening hours.
Make your button actions more relevant to the website visitor by adding filters.
Create Triggers and Motions
Choose when and how your buttons are triggered based on your webvisitors behaviour. You can decide if you want your Buttonizer to show to your webvisitor after a specific amount of time or after he or she has enough interaction on a page (based on scroll depth). For example, the scroll depth option can come in handy when you have a blog and you want to display social sharing options after your visitor has red a good part of your article. This way you ask the attention of your readers at just the right time.
One more thing. You can also choose between various animations like the button which zooms in-and-out each 10 seconds.
Get the right Insights
Each button gets tracked on your website as long as your Google Analytics code is installed on your website. When you don’t have it installed, or you have Google Tag Manager installed instead but still want to track your clicks on your floating action buttons? Than you can add you Google Analytics code manually in the setting tab of Buttonizer.
The best thing of all, the name you give to your button, is also seen in your Google analytics event page so you always know which buttons outperform the other.