Increase your daily email signups by 20%. Period.
This month, Mailjet has integrated with SumoMe to increase your daily email signups by 20%.
“I want less subscribers to my newsletter.” Said no one ever. This month, Mailjet has now integrated with SumoMe so that you can increase your daily email newsletter signups by 20%.
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So what exactly is SumoMe?
SumoMe is a free set of tools to grow your website, including the ever-powerful List Builder. List Builder is a smart technology that detects the exact moment that a visitor is about to leave your website. Instantaneously, a lightbox (or popup window) appears telling your visitors all the great reasons why they should join your newsletter list before leaving your website.
How does SumoMe work with Mailjet?
SumoMe connects to Mailjet in one click. Once activated, email address (and any other contact details) entered into the SumoMe lightbox are automatically transferred into your designated Mailjet contact list.
Icing on the cake?
The lightbox is totally customizable so that it blends seamlessly with your website and branding. This is not your grandfather’s popup window. You can also opt to conduct A/B testing between different lightbox designs and set-up advanced display rules adapted to different users.
AWESOME ALERT: SumoMe’s light box is one of the only popup plugins that is mobile optimized.
Love it. Anything else?
Signing up for SumoMe means you also have access to their suite of tools including Heat Maps and Share. Heat Maps lets you see where visitors are (and aren’t) clicking on your website while Share boosts your content’s visibility by making it crazy easy for people to share on social networks.
Head on over here to learn more and get started today.
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