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    Free Tools to grow your Email List, Social Sharing and Analytics

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    Most blogs are designed for hit-and-run readers. People find your blog, read your article, and leave. Wouldn’t it be nice if some of those people subscribed or shared your amazing post?

    Sumo provides free tools you need to grow your WordPress site. This plugin will make it easy for your readers to join your email list, share your articles, and optimize with analytics. The free tools include:

    List Builder will let you create a fancy lightbox pop up to build email subscriptions (for MailChimp, Aweber, Constant Contact, Campaign Monitor, GetResponse, ActiveCampaign, MyEmma, Mad Mimi, Infusionsoft, Feedblitz, HubSpot, MyNewsletterBuilder, Inbox First, Sailthru, Klaviyo, Vero, Pardot, Zapier, Ontraport, ExactTarget, Vertical Response, Drip, MailerLite, WhatCounts, ConvertKit, MailJet, Maropost, and others).

    Share makes it insanely easy for people to share your content on mobile or web.

    Welcome Mat displays a full-screen call-to-action that shows when visitors land on your site.

    Heat Maps help you see where people are clicking (or not clicking) on your website.

    Scroll Box is an email collection box triggered by how far your reader makes it down the screen.

    Smart Bar is a Floating Bar that can appear at the top or bottom of your website. You can encourage people to subscribe to your newsletter, go to a specific page or follow you on your social networks.

    Highlighter makes it easy to click to tweet about your article by selecting popular parts of your writing (like Kindle and Medium).

    Image Sharer makes it simple to share your images (with a link to your post) on Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter.

    And even more great free tools in our Sumo Store.

    Now, people will find your blog, read your article, share your article on Twitter/Facebook/Pinterest, and subscribe via email to your email newsletter.

    Latest Updates

    • 6/20 – Smart bar can now appear at the bottom of your pages, TONS more templates for Scroll Box / Smart Bar and List Builder,
    • 5/21 Added tons new List Builder design templates
    • Added URL shortener for all sharing tools
    • Made Scroll Box and Smart Bar (hello bar alternative) to Pro versions (AB testing, multiple popups, advanced display rules)
    • Updating Heat Maps (crazyegg alternative) and Content Analytics (scroll tracking) to more automatic tracking abilities
    • Added SMS and WhatsApp social sharing buttons

    See more at Sumo.com


    Our MailChimp email newsletter list builder and Twitter share button apps help WordPress users build their audiences online.

    Email newsletter integration options

    • MailChimp newsletter integration
    • Aweber newsletter integration
    • Constant Contact newsletter integration
    • Campaign Monitor newsletter integration
    • GetResponse newsletter integration
    • ActiveCampaign newsletter integration
    • MyEmma newsletter integration
    • Mad Mimi newsletter integration
    • Infusionsoft newsletter integration
    • Feedblitz newsletter integration
    • HubSpot newsletter integration
    • MyNewsletterBuilder newsletter integration
    • Inbox First newsletter integration
    • Sailthru newsletter integration
    • Klaviyo newsletter integration
    • Vero newsletter integration
    • Pardot newsletter integration
    • Zapier newsletter integration
    • Ontraport newsletter integration
    • ExactTarget newsletter integration
    • Vertical Response newsletter integration
    • Drip newsletter integration
    • MailerLite newsletter integration
    • WhatCounts newsletter integration
    • ConvertKit newsletter integration
    • MailJet newsletter integration
    • Maropost newsletter integration

    Why people use MailChimp

    • MailChimp has free plans
    • MailChimp automatically integrates with our plugin
    • MailChimp easily sends newsletters
    • MailChimp handles lists of all sizes
    • MailChimp can send drip campaigns (scheduled emails)

    Why people use Aweber

    • Aweber has a $1 first month
    • Aweber automatically integrates with our plugin
    • Aweber easily sends your newsletters
    • Aweber scales to handle large or small lists
    • Aweber can also send drip campaigns

    Why you should encourage Twitter sharing

    • Twitter helps you reach new readers
    • Twitter shares help build your newsletter
    • Twitter helps engage your current readers
    • Twitter followers read your articles more often
    • Twitter shares build your social reach
    • Twitter sharing establishes your thought leadership
    • Twitter shares encourage discussion of your posts
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