The Pageviews Condition

The Pageviews Condition gives you granular control over when is the perfect time to show your campaign to a user. Knowing that the User has already visited a certain number of pages on your site and then, assuming their loyalty, curiosity, or commitment, you can safely display your popup that will lead them to your desired conversion goal.


In the table below you can see which options are available to setup the Pageviews Condition.

MatchThis option lets you decide the comparison factor over the actual Pageviews and the desired number of Pageviews. Specifically, you get to choose one of the following options:

– Equals
– Does not equal
– Fewer than
– Fewer than or equal to
– Greater than
– Greater than or equal to

The options are self-explanatory for the most part.
As an example, if you are interested in showing the box for those who have visited exactly “N” amount of Pages then you would select the “Exactly” option and so on.
PageviewsThis option lets you type in the number of Pageviews that you are interested in having compared to the actual user page views.

How are Pageviews calculated?

A pageview is an instance of a page being loaded (or reloaded) in a browser. Pageviews is the total number of pages viewed by the visitor since the session started. Repeated views of a single page are counted.

To get a better understanding of when and how the Pageviews are calculated, take for example the scenario below:

  • A user visits your website. A new session is created and the Pageviews counter is now 1.
  • User visits an another page of your website. The Pageviews counter is now 2.
  • User reloads the same page. The pageviews counter is now 3.
  • User goes back to homepage. The pageviews counter is now 4.
  • User leaves your website by closing the browser (not only the tab). The session ends.
  • User opens his browser and visits your site again. A new session is created and the Pageviews counter is now 1 again.

Use Case

The most common use case for this condition is when you want to ballpark the amount of commitment a website visitor has invested into your website so that you can lead them easily to their end goal without scaring them away. It’s a great way to show your message without increasing your site’s Bounce Rate.

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