English doesn't bother you, then I recommend AWeber . Otherwise take a look at the opponent Klick-Tipp . Oh yeah, if you're looking for a free solution to start with, check out Mailchimp (sorry, no affiliate links allowed). How do I "collect" email addresses? There are 2 different perspectives when collecting e-mail addresses: Technical point of view The technical perspective simply describes the technical solution. It simply answers the question of how to actually collect emails. So, let's get started right away... What is an opt-in box? An opt-in box is simply a small email form, with a headline (that draws attention) and body (that prompts you to leave the email) and a button (to confirm the whole thing). A picture is worth a thousand words.
That's why there are 3 different opt-in boxes here as an example: 3 optin box Where is the best place to place opt-in boxes? First of all, I would advise you to create a small mind map and brainstorm where you could place opt-in boxes. I used Mindmeister (really cool tool) for this and my mind map looked like Israel phone number list this. But there are also common places to place opt-in boxes. Some good places are: In the sidebar at the top ( example ) Under each article ( example ) In the About me or About us area ( example ) As a pop-up ( example ) Feature box ( example ) Do you know any other good places to place opt-in boxes? A really easy way to place opt-in boxes is to use the paid WordPress plugin called OptinSkin.
This plugin works beautifully with many email marketing providers like AWeber , Mailchimp , GetResponse etc. Plus, the thing comes with 18 easy-to-edit designs. So all you have to do is click around wildly and you have a chic opt-in box in your WordPress blog. Another method is WordPress plugins. For example, there are some for AWeber and MailChimp . Otherwise, the email marketing providers always provide you with simple code snippets that you simply have to insert. As an example you can look at MailChimp , AWeber or Klick-Tipp here again . psychological point of view The psychological perspective simply answers the question why would someone leave their email address with you.