Irma uses Sleeknote for a variety of different purposes and in several creative ways.
First of all, they use Sleeknote to get subscribers for their newsletter. Instead of asking for an email address in the SleekBox, they link to an external landing page with an application form. This way their SleekBox is less intrusive.
Last time Irma celebrated their birthday, they created a competition where the 5 winners had 129 seconds to take all the goods they wanted from Irma. They used Sleeknote to direct their visitors to a landing page, where they had to give their emails in order to participate in the competition. In this case, they use a SleekBox popup instead of a slide-in.
They’ve also used Sleeknote to gather responses to a survey. They did this in the same way as when they collect signups for their newsletter. Instead of asking the questions in the SleekBox, they link to an external page with the CTA button.
Lastly, Irma uses Sleeknote to promote specific products or offers and to share discount codes. As an example, they sometimes have free delivery for a short time period and use a SleekBox to tell their customers about it.