Our main purpose with Sleeknote is to get more subscribers for our newsletter. One of the ways we do this is by creating competitions. As an example, we have an opt-in saying “Sign up for our newsletter to win a year’s supply of hummel”. What’s really smart about Sleeknote is that we’re able to create boxes where the subscriber can choose what they would like to get news about. This helps us a lot in the segmentation process and ensures that we only send relevant emails.
We have also used Sleeknote to redirect our visitors to a certain campaign page. We created an opt-in with a competition saying something like “Click here to participate in the competition” with a link to the particular site. This created a lot of traffic to the campaign page where we promoted our, at that time, sponsorship with the German football club FC St. Pauli along with the club’s jerseys and footballs.
“The two countries where our sleeknotes perform best are Denmark and Turkey, where we’ve collected 24,000+ new leads.”
It’s hard to choose one particular feature because there are so many features.
In general, Sleeknote is very user-friendly. It’s a great feature that you’re able to see your changes right away when you design your sleeknote. This makes the whole process of designing opt-ins much easier.
We use Sleeknote in a lot of countries and they all have different conversion rates, but on average the conversion rate is around 2%. The two countries where our sleeknotes perform best are Denmark and Turkey, where we’ve collected 24,000+ new leads.
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We used Sleeknote before I was hired, but it was very easy for me to put my personal stamp on the SleekBoxes we already had and to create new SleekBoxes later on.
Absolutely great. Your support has a short response time and is very good at solving problems.