As small business owners, we’re always thinking of ways to grow our subscription and email lists. We want to do it the right way to avoid legal repercussions and negative public image.
There’s an old school way of doing this with a paper, clipboard, and pen. In a signup sheet, you can get their name, phone number, mailing address, or email address. Then you’ll input all the information you receive in an Excel sheet for future use.
But it’s 2019! Surely there are newer, more efficient ways to collect consumer’s information. And with digital advancements in this Internet-era, there is an app for that, and it’s called email capture. Email capture apps help businesses grow their subscription lists. They are the same signup forms your uncles and aunties used back in the day.
Email capture apps can be customized to fit any business’ needs and make a brand’s personality shine. You can make it look casual, fun, or professional. All you need to have is a tablet where an email capture app can be downloaded. Now you have a signup form you can bring anywhere – trade shows, pop-ups, or leave on a counter at your store.
Here are the top 4 tools your business can use for email capture.
Mailchimp Subscribe is an easy-to-use tool to help grow your small business’ customer list. Customize your email capture to show your personality. You can share your list with your entire team.
OptinMonster helps brands generate more leads and increase sales using their advanced targeting features. Users can animate signup sheet pop-ups.
SumoMe is another tool that helps brands grow their subscription lists. SumoMe developed Smart Bar so businesses can include scrolling header bars to websites.
Sleeknote is one of the best when it comes to lead generation. They provide a simple pop-up builder that is easily customizable to fit your needs.
What’s your email capture app of choice? Share your favorite app below!