One thing Campaign Monitor is perfect for is capturing subscribers or anyone interested in what you have to say. Because of our only pay when you send pricing, it doesn’t cost a cent to build a healthy subscriber list.
We often stumble across some sweet looking landing pages our customers have integrated with Campaign Monitor, so I figured I’d share a couple I’ve come across recently.
SixCentral is a soon to launch client and proposal management system. The teaser page does a great job of explaining what the product does, and I loved the Twitter integration at the top of the page to encourage those interested to follow development.
Beak is a sweet looking new Twitter client under development by Mike Rundle. The page is careful not to give too much away in the screenshot, but the hint of the “Link Stats” section integrated into the app itself is sure to generate interest.
jQTouch is an exciting new jQuery plugin from talented designer David Kaneda. It provides things like native animations, auto list navigation, and default app styles for WebKit browsers like iPhone, G1, and Pre. An alpha release is already available and you can sign up to be notified when the official release happens.
Stimulate is an exciting new design and entrepreneur conference this September in Salt Lake City. With talent like Cameron Moll and Jeffrey Kalmikoff already on the roster, it’s looking like a great event.
Fever is a mysterious new project from the always impressive Shaun Inman. With little more than the tagline “Red hot. Well read.” Shaun isn’t giving much away just yet. It’s worth signing up so you can be the first to find out.
NightOwl is a new Twitter app that allows you to schedule tweets that are of interest to you and your followers. Just like the SixCentral teaser, the NightOwl page nicely integrates their Twitter feed so those interested can dig in for more until the official release.
Chargd is a yet-to-be-released billing application that makes it easy to get paid (who doesn’t like that). The page is careful not to give much else away, so it’s worth signing up if this looks up your alley.
Sign up for free.
Then send campaigns for as little as $9/month