Steal our secret to getting 700,000+ email subscribers
February 6, 2014
This free plugin makes it easy for you to gain email subscribers and get new customers
When I first started AppSumo, I spent the majority of my time getting insanely great deals and trying to get people to visit our site to buy a deal.
After a few months, a friend of mine was like ... "But, why aren't you collecting my email? Just email me when you have the next amazing deal!"
Then it hit me ... that's why I was losing so many customers.
Imagine organizing a party and getting a ton of people to come but not getting their info. Then the next party comes around and you have to find completely new people.
I never thought of the importance of getting my customer's email addresses.
So I added some email collection code to AppSumo which allowed me to notify people when we get new deals.
That's when our little site really started taking off.
It took us from a small site with only a couple hundred customers to a business with 730,000+ email subscribers and thousands of customers.
We want to do the same for you and grow your business.
Because as we discovered, more email subscribers = more customers = more money :-)
As part of SumoMe.com, we are launching List Builder.
List Builder is a free and super easy way to collect the email addresses of anyone visiting your site.
After more actively collecting emails on my own blog, I nearly DOUBLED my email list:
With ListBuilder, you can:
- Collect email addresses from both mobile and web visitors. This is one of the only plugins that is mobile optimized.
- Use smart popup mode to prompt guests to enter their email address right when you have their attention.
- Use your own custom email form if you're already using a newsletter service such as Aweber or MailChimp.
List Builder is part of our free toolkit SumoMe to help grow your business and make you more moola :-)
If you haven't been collecting emails, this is the best way to get started. Click here and install List Builder in less than 47 seconds.
How much bigger would your site or blog be with 10,000+ email subscribers?