Exit-Intent Popups in affiliate marketing are a type of popup that appears when a user is about to leave a website. This type of popup is used to encourage visitors to stay on the page or website for longer, potentially making a purchase or clicking on an affiliate link. This type of popup is triggered by a visitor's mouse movement or scrolling action, and generally appears as a box or window that covers the entire page or part of the page. For example, an online retailer may use an exit-intent popup to remind their visitors that they have items in their cart that they have not yet purchased. The popup may offer a discount code or free shipping to incentivize the visitor to complete their purchase before leaving the website. By offering a reward for completing a purchase, the retailer can increase their conversion rate and make more money through affiliate marketing. Alternatively, an exit-intent popup may contain an affiliate link that redirects visitors to another website or page related to the retailer's product or service. This type of popup is a great way to drive more traffic to affiliate websites and increase the potential for sales and revenue.