We are all used to build e-mail forms on our websites, where we ask our website visitors to submit their e-mail addresses and notify them by sending newsletters and e-magazines.

But, this e-mail subscription process has not changed for more than 10 years, right?

It is still a common practice to build a newsletter, test it in various email consoles, pay for a service to send the emails to subscribers and receive outcomes with very low click/through rates.

Let us tell you a secret:

So, ok E-MAIL we accept your challenge. We’ve build EmbedSocial, a super button that disrupts the e-mail subscription process.

It utilizes the power of that red number attached to the Facebook notification icon, that we all want to click. Simple as that. It is a 1 line of code that transfers into an engaging button, asking website visitors to just click and subscribe for direct Facebook notifications. Yes, you just write an 180 character of a call to action, submit a link and click send. Click to check it in action.

Key takeaway: The EmbedSocial platform has found a better solution that allows users to embed a subscribe button anywhere in a website and engage visitors to subscribe for notifications. The great power of this button is the option to notify the subscribers with a direct Facebook notification.

The button can be easily used to send direct links to ebooks, voucher codes, as a gate for under-construction pages or to RSVP for an event.

Signup for the EmbedSocial app and disrupt the complicated email marketing process. If you need more info, feel free to contact us.

Ready! Get started today with your brand new Facebook notifications app.

Katerina Bojkov
Katerina Bojkov

Co-Founder of EmbedSocial and Head of Growth. Previous owner of a Facebook Partner Company and a digital marketing agency. Marketing API geek and a Call of Duty fan.

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