How to get push notifications for your website in less than 5 minutes





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Published on Nov 2, 2015

Web push allows you to send messages to your customers: any time you want, even though they are not browsing your website at the moment.

1. Push notifications for website are short targeted messages sent to your Chrome and Safari desktop and mobile users.
2. Push notifications for website are similar to iOS and Android applications notifications.
3. They are:
Concise: 140 characters max displayed.
Swift: Appear fast as instant messaging.
Relevant: Alert users with real time targeted information.
Accurate: Reach users on mobile and desktop.
Efficient: Any time, Any place, even with browser closed.

WonderPush allows you to send push notifications to your opt-in users’ whole database. But you can also target a subset of your audience by defining new segments and crossing multiple criteria. Without any action on your side, WonderPush SDK saves for you basic information such as an Installation ID that identifies your users’ devices, browser language, timezone…

Using the SDK, you can easily tag and track meaningful events performed by the user directly from your website. This enables you to perform powerful segmentation of your audience.
It currently works with Chrome 42+ and will soon support Safari, and Firefox.
It supports HTTP, HTTPS, and multiple subdomains websites!

The following overview of WonderPush shows you how to get push notifications for your website within 5 minutes.

Read the full guide here: http://www.wonderpush.com/docs/web/ge...

It is very easy, you just have few steps to achieve and it's done:
1. Get your personal web key on WonderPush.com. It’s free and doesn’t require any credit card. Log in or sign up for a free account on WonderPush at: https://dashboard.wonderpush.com/acco.... Then fill your website’s infos. Pay attention to properly fill the Platforms configuration form. Those informations are required for the initialization of the SDK. Finally copy your Web key. The Web key is mandatory. It is a web-based security system that provides authentification between your website and our servers. Copy [YOUR_WEBKEY], you will have to paste it in next step.

2. Copy/Paste the WonderPush snippet into your website’s pages with your personal Web key and before before the closing tag. It must be integrated on any page where you want to prompt users to sign up for Web Push, or where you want to make WonderPush API calls. Replace [YOUR_WEBKEY] with the web key copied from the previous step. This script makes the loading of the SDK asynchronous. Thus, it won’t slow down the loading of your pages. The snippet loads a very short script that detects the minimum features required for push notification support. If browser support is present, it then injects the whole SDK. WonderPush SDK is hosted on a worldwide CDN. It automatically loads the latest version available without risking incompatible code changes.

3. Include the “ON/OFF” switch in the most appropriate place. We recommend that you use a subscription switch This way, you register the user only when he decides. You just have to find an appropriate place in your page and use the WonderPush code. However, you can also opt to register the user for push notifications either right away, or after some pages have been visited, or at any time. Using a non intrusive information message before asking the user for the notification permission yields better results than asking without prior notice.

4. Activate the switch on your website... and receive your test Web Push.
You are now ready to start talking to your users with targeted push from your dashboard.
Congrats, you get push notifications on your website!

Visit us at: http://www.wonderpush.com
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