Email marketing is an inexpensive way to retain more of your current customers and sell to more of your prospective customers. That’s why we are happy to introduce the all new Newsletter Subscription Form that integrates Zoho Sites with Zoho Campaigns and MailChimp. Let your website’s visitors subscribe to your newsletter and you can keep them connected to your business with news, updates, and promotions.
It’s easy to add a Newsletter Subscription Form to your site. Just drag it on, choose which mailing list you’d like to connect it to in Zoho Campaigns or MailChimp, and start increasing your revenue.
To learn how to connect an email list to your website, visit our user guide or write to us at email@example.com
Exciting it is, as we again have the good news to share with our users. After a few months of hard work, last week we released five new features in Zoho Sites. And going forward we have added more than five this week too. Let’s take a look at these newbies.
Move or Copy Design Elements
Copying and moving web page elements or page design is the most common practice while we create web pages. So with this new update, we have made it so simple, in fact just a click away for you to move or copy page design/elements across pages. For instance, you can copy a table layout from a source page to any other page with this move/copy button.
A website is a unique space that is born out of your ideas. And it needs that constant update to stay contemporary and relevant to your visitors. That’s why even as we announced Zoho Sites free for our users last year, we have put significant efforts to bring in best of the features to it.
So check out this exciting list of features that we have added to Zoho Sites lately.
Our much awaited Zoholics (Nov 20-21) India event just got over, and the response has been amazing. Thank you for showing such an overwhelming support to our efforts, to give the aspiring entrepreneurs from India, an introduction to cloud. As Sridhar Vembu (our CEO) said “It’s our way of giving a helping hand to small enterprises and saying ‘thank you’ to India whose innovation has fueled our global business.
It’s not just an event, it’s our mission to enable Indian entrepreneurs with resources they will need to bring their business online. ‘Company seems to be more on a mission, than business. Respect.’ said Avlesh Singh (@avlesh) through his tweet.
For many, an ideal business would be one which grows steadily year after year, chasing the dream of monopolizing their market. They would love to become an irreplaceable constant for their customers in an ever-changing world. However, in the process of growing, many businesses lose what they were loved for. In the long run, this loss would become a key factor in their downfall. For businesses, it might be better to be the king of a small kingdom, rather than a large collapsing anarchy. Would you prefer a slow steady stream, or a large unreliable downpour?
Design, as we explained earlier, plays a major role in making a great website. A design which is simply visually appealing, however, doesn’t necessarily guarantee a good rank in a search engine. The internet is peppered with beautiful websites which do poorly on search engines. Websites need to adhere to certain guidelines to ensure great optimization for search engines.
Everyone of significance needs (and has) a website. While the importance of websites is never argued, many consider designing their websites a boring and tedious job. Some prefer to ignore it completely, building text-heavy websites. Others hand it over to inexperienced designers, who put in too many design elements. However, with increasing numbers flooding the internet, it is safe to say that a website greatly influences the viewer’s perception of you. A poor design casts a disastrous shadow.
It is time we gave our websites’ design its due respect.