Constant Contact integration
Grow your Constant Contact email list with Poptin
Get in close contact with your website visitors through engaging pop-ups, contact forms, and let’s turn them into constant email subscribers!
What is Constant Contact?
For over 20 years, Constant Contact has been a trusted website builder for millions of small businesses around the globe. Its recent milestone happened last 2014 when they acquired Webzai—a platform offering drag-and-drop HTML web-building services, which they later on integrated with AI-based technology. The company also ventured on other digital advancements like e-commerce, domains, and email marketing tools to widen its scope of expertise. Now, as part of the Endurance International Group Inc., Constant Contact is on the move to reach greater heights as it offers limitless growth opportunities for small and big businesses alike.
Here’s What Poptin Can Do For You
Great for digital agencies, online marketers, bloggers, portals and
eCommerce website owners seeking to:
With Poptin you can conduct surveys, get feedback and offer visitors another content item they will be interested in.
Constant Contact email subscribers
Improve subscription rates up to several times using poptins displayed at the right moment.
Capture more leads
Want more leads? Serve visitors relevant offers based on their unique behavior and substantially improve conversion rates.
Reduce shopping cart
A potential customer is planning to ditch their shopping cart? Pop them an offer they can’t refuse and increase the number
Create Poptins in Minutes Using a Drag & Drop Editor
- Advanced Drag & Drop editor for simple customization
- Plenty of high quality, ready to use templates to choose from
- Add or remove fields, images and elements from any template
- Responsive design and display of poptins on mobile
- No coding skill required
Stats at Your Fingertips
- Get data for specified timeframes regarding number of visitors, exposure and conversion rates of poptins you’ve created
- Graphic display for easy analysis