Sleeknote has everything you need to sell more digital subscriptions, suggest related articles, and more. Read on to learn how Sleeknote can help you grow your media company.
The #1 Popup for Media Companies
There’s more to website popups than growing your list. Sleeknote makes it easy to create multiple popups based on where visitors are on their journey. Whether you want to collect a first-time reader’s email or invite a returning subscriber to buy an annual subscription, Sleeknote has everything you need to manage and grow a thriving media company. Don’t take our word. Try Sleeknote, risk-free, for 7-days. (No credit card required.)
Media companies love Sleeknote’s user-friendly popup builder. With our drag-and-drop editor and 120+ conversion-ready templates, you can create brand-centric website popups in minutes—both for desktop and mobile.
Not everyone is ready to buy a monthly or annual subscription on their first visit. Promote digital subscriptions to the right readers at the right time with a target upsell popup.
Higher dwell time contributes to higher rankings in Google—meaning more website visitors (and digital subscriptions). Keep readers on your site longer by suggesting similar or related articles.
One way to drive paid subscriptions is to preview what’s on offer. Invite first-time visitors to opt in to access premium content and collect warm leads for your sales team.
Natalie BraggData Operations Executive, Haynes
Use our Geo-Targeting feature to target visitors based on where they’re located, and personalize your campaign(s) message to promote local newspapers. You can even personalize your popup copy based on location to drive further engagement.
Show campaigns based on the cookies in a visitor’s browser. Add a cookie to every user who logs in to read a paid subscription. Then, when that reader returns, use the cookie detection rule to invite them to upgrade to an annual plan.
Turns any image or link into a two-step optin campaign, with no coding required. Invite visitors to click on an image or link, such as in an article, then ask them to buy a monthly digital subscription.