Jimdo helps you to create your dream website in just a few clicks with Jimdo’s quick and easy website builder. You can customize your design, connect your domain, and edit your website any time, with no coding required. Jimdo Creator, you build your own website step by step, with a blog and online shop already included. You can create an e-commerce store, blog, or a simple website with Jimdo and you can install PushEngage as well to send a website push notification and re-engage your customers.
Here’s how to enable web push notifications on Jimdo website
Settings – Login to your Jimdo account and on the top left corner click on the Menu icon > Settings
Edit Head – Then click on Edit Head
PushEngage Code – Then open your PushEngage dashboard and navigate to Settings > Site Settings > Installation Settings.
Get The Code – Then select HTTP or HTTPS tab depending on your website. Then copy the code mentioned there. You can place it anywhere in the HTML of your website
Integrate The Code – Copy the code mentioned in the Installation Settings of your PushEngage Dashboard and add it to the Edit Head section of your Jimdo website. Once done, save the changes.
Opt-In Settings – That’s all if you are an HTTP website. You can check the preview and Push notification will be enabled on your website. But if you are an HTTPS website navigate to Settings > Subscription Settings > Subscription Dialog box. Under the HTTPS tab > Click on Edit on the opt-in selected.
Quick Install Setup – Go to Desktop Settings > Subscription Settings > Subscription Dialog box. Click on edit of the selected opt-in type. Under the Desktop, select Options and enable Quick Install. Do the same for mobile settings as well and save the changes.
Root Directory – If you have access to root directory then place the service-worker.js there such that it is accessible. The files is present in Site Settings > Installation Settings > under the HTTPS tab (step 2). In that case, make the quick install No.
That’s all and your installation is complete. You will receive an opt-in for the subscription when you visit your website.
You can also customize your subscription dialog box depending on your website. You can change the color, placement and text. Also, being an e-commerce site we have campaigns like cart abandonment and browser abandonment that you can use to boost your sales and also cross-sell and upsell your products using segmentation.
Here is the video for the installation of Push Notification on websites based on Jimdo platform:
Even after following the installation process, you find any issue, do a round of push notification testing.
PushEngage supports integration for other platforms as well. In case your website is based on PrestaShop, you can install and send push notification from the PrestaShop website using PushEngage. Another popular platform to create a website is BigCommerce. You can install push notification on the BigCommerce site as well.