Do you utilize Admail.net's sign-up form? If not, you're losing a great opportunity! Our sign-up form will automatically add list members to your database, while gathering pertinent information about your list members' wants, needs and preferences.
How do you create a sign-up form that you can put on your website? Visit Sign-up Form under List Builder. This page will present you with a few things to consider before you add the sign-up form to your site.
The List Member Profile allows you to define the information you need about your list members. Check the Display box and that field shows up on your sign-up form. Check the Required box and your sign-up form will force the list member to complete that field.
Interest Groups give every list member the opportunity to select their own interests. Any Interest Group that is not flagged as 'hidden' will show up on your sign-up form.
Sidenote: Use profile information and interests in subsequent mailings and you'll get better campaign results. Personalized information is great for list segmentation and targeted mailings. Targeted mailings don't cost any more to send than a blast; a little preparation and you're guaranteed better response rates and you'll reduce recipient burnout.
If you have an Advantage plan or have purchased the Custom Sign-up Form feature, you can make your sign-up form look like your website. Be sure to preview your sign-up form before you go live.
Lastly, add the form to your website. Do this by following the link to "Add Sign-Up Form to Your Site" and answering a few questions. Copy the code into your site and you're on your way to using a valuable tool to help build your business.
What happens after a new user signs up can set the tone for good customer relations. Since your key communications will be sent to your list members exclusively through email, it is very important to create a good initial experience. To help with this, Admail.net has an automated Welcome email. Visit List Builder, Sign-Up Form and scroll down to "Set up your Welcome email."
It's good business sense to acknowledge when someone signs up by sending a welcome email. It confirms your presence by telling the customer “Yes, we’re out here and we appreciate your interest in our company, product or service.” It is simple to set up automated emails that say, "Thanks for signing up; we look forward to sending you great stuff”. Then, send something of value immediately, like your latest newsletter or your current promotional offer.
When you send a welcome message you have another opportunity to ask the recipient to add you to their address book or contact list. When recipients add you to their approved senders list it increases your in-box deliverability rates. Here's a good example of a welcome message:
Subject: Sign-up Confirmation
Thank you for your interest. To ensure future delivery of this email please add us to your address book.
*Windows users right click on the From address, then select "Add to Address Book."
*Mac users hold down the control key, click on the From address, then select "Open in Address Book."
*Yahoo users click on the "Add" icon
*Hotmail users click on "Save Address"
Using Admail.net's sign-up form, along with an email welcome message, is an effective marketing technique you can implement with very little effort. Over time, it will drive significant repeat traffic and create substantial sales potential.
Benefits of using Admail.net's Sign-up Form
Benefits of Using a Welcome Email
How to instruct your list members to add your Admail.net sending address to their known sender list.
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