Chrome Push Notifications

Global Browser Market Share

 

 

 

%44,5 of internet users use Google Chrome as their main browser.

%44,5 of internet users use Google Chrome as their main browser according to ZDnet. This shows that sending push notifications for Chrome is crucial for your company’s marketing strategy.

When people on your website  opt-in for push notifications, they become a subscriber. Now you can send push notifications to Mac OS, Android, Windows, Linux even when they leave your website!

Below are the features of web push notifications, Chrome push notifications and how Frizbit makes them superior. Read more to find out more about web push notifications in general and also Firefox push notifications.

 

 Chrome Push Notifications

Rich Push Notification

Add a big image under your notification to attract Windows users! This will increase your visibility and CTR.

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Action Button

Add up to 2 buttons that can go to different URLs. You can add little icons with the buttons for Windows and Android users. This will increase your CTR.

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Force Interaction Option

Push notifications will disappear from subscribers’ screens if they don’t click the push. This is the option if you want your notification to stay until the subscriber clicks any button. This can decrease your opt-out while increasing the CTR.

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Time to Live

Define a deadline for every push. If the users don’t go online and see the notification, set a date which they will not see the notification after, even when they are online. It is perfect for your limited time campaigns.

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Chrome Push Notification Examples

Mac

Windows

Android

Native Opt-in

Example of the native opt-in prompt on Chrome Mac

Example of native opt-in prompt on Chrome Windows

Example of native opt-in prompt on Chrome Android

Web Push Notification

Example of a Chrome push notification on Mac

Example of a Chrome push notification on Windows

Example of a Chrome push notification on Android

Rich Push Notification

Example of A Rich Push Notification on Chrome

Example of a Chrome rich push notification on Windows

Example of a Chrome rich push notification on Android

Push Notification with Action Buttons

Example of a Chrome Push Notification with Action Buttons on Mac

Example of a Chrome push notification with action buttons on Windows

Example of a chrome push notification with action buttons on Android

 

 Updates on Chrome Push Notifications

As from now on we have Chrome 64, here are the updates that came into our lives with Chrome 59 and have been with us for a while. Many things have changed for MacOS users;

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CHROME LOGO:

Notifications will have Chrome logo where before it had the company’s image.                                                   

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‘MORE’ BUTTON:

Subscribers have to click the ‘’More’’ button to see the full notification. Try to attract users with the body part of your notification and make them click ‘’More’’!

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NOTIFICATION IMAGE:

MacOS users won’t see the big image that you add to your notification despite Linux and Microsoft users. Instead, they will see it in a smaller version on the right of the notification.

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THE ‘’X”BUTTON:

If the user doesn’t allow or block your notifications and just click the ‘’x’’ button, you will be able to ask 3 times in total. After that the notifications will be blocked for a week for the user. It will show your notifications again next week.

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OLD NOTIFICATIONS:

Subscribers will be able to see their old notifications from the Notification Center. So you will have a higher chance to be recognized if they ever miss your notification!

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‘’DO NOT DISTURB’’ SETTING:

They will be able to use ‘’Do Not Disturb’’ setting for the period that they don’t want to have notifications . They can turn them on anytime.