wpPopWizard uses “soft” exit popups. Instead of intercepting the browser “exit” routine, wpPopWizard monitors the user’s actions (moving the mouse to the menu and address bar area) to anticipate a site change. Using “soft” exits provides one major benefit:
Your site visitors can click on links to external sites
that appear on your web page
without triggering the exit popup.
With “hard” exit popups, links to external sites (and sometime even link to web page on the same site) will trigger the popup. To get around this, most “hard” exit popup programs force you to put special codes in every link on the page that you DON’T want to trigger the exit popup.
All that tedious work goes away with the “soft” exit capability that wpPopWizard uses.