Make Your Site “Sticky” with Zookoda
Zookoda is a site that lets bloggers and other content providers create fully-customizable, managable, and effective e-mail newsletters. Bloggers can use Zookoda to send out periodic digests of recent posts, entice readers back to their site, or host an insider’s newsletter.
Content providers can use newsletters to keep customers and website visitors informed of what’s new and happening at their company. The newsletters are completely customizable to match your existing web site’s theme.
Bloggers can also customize to match their blog’s theme. You can even place a customized newsletter subscription form on your site that will make your blog seem more professional.
Zookoda also gives its users the ability to receive real-time reports on things like bouncebacks (bad e-mail addresses), unsubscriptions, and click-through rates on the links in your newsletters. This gives you, the blog owner, the ability to see what your readers are interested in and what copy works best to get them to click-through from your newsletter to your site.
Currently, you’ll need a blog hosted by either Blogger, Yahoo! 360, MovableType, TypePad, Word Press, Bloglines, or MSN spaces to take part in the Zookoda e-mail newsletter subscription service. You don’t need to install any serious server applications because Zookoda is served up off their own servers.
There is not a currently supported medium for serving up ads, such as Google Adsense or Project Wonderful within your e-mail newsletters, though support for doing so seems to be in the works for the future.
Zookoda will allow you to manage more than one blog, as I’m sure many of you are operating two or three or even twenty blogs! You can control all of your Zookoda subscriptions for all of your blogs from one single Zookoda account.
Check out Zookoda today and see what it can do for your blog’s traffic base.