"Subscribe and Email Capture Module" for Ecommerce Web Sites
Having a "Subscribe and Email Capture Module" functionality on your site lets you capture more email addresses of your web site visitors which you can use for ongoing marketing.
Most web sites offer 1 or more contact capturing tactics to build their email database.
Email marketing continues to be the most effective form of marketing delivering a very high return on investment.
In some instances you may have several email capture mechanisms. This product covers one at a time as each mechanism usually has its own unique message, and related automated email responses.
The general process is the following.
- Email capture form placed on web site pages.
- Customers enter email and click subscribe or similar
- Email is captured
- Taken to a form asking for name and additional details which are saved to contact if submitted
- Automated email response either with a voucher code or not (depends on your settings)
Customisations to "Subscribe and Email Capture Module" functionality
The "Subscribe and Email Capture Module" module comes standard with GTP eCommerce sites. Requested changes to styling and functionality are additional at our standard hourly rate and need to be discussed scoped and paid for. This product however generally covers the a standard email capture protocol on your web site. Add multipe of these if you have several calls to action where you are trying to capture emails. See separately on this site entrance and exit pop up email capture functions.
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