Inline Campaign Examples—OptinMonster Gallery

Inline Campaign Examples—OptinMonster Gallery

OptinMonster’s Inline campaigns help you win conversions from visitors who are already engaged by presenting an offer, promotion or piece of content when they are already committed to reading.

OptinMonster customers have used Inline Forms to double their conversion rates and add hundreds of new subscribers to their email lists.

You can boost your conversions even more by using our Content Locking feature to encourage visitors to subscribe in order to unlock more value from your site.

Incorporate OptinMonster’s pre-made inline campaign templates into your marketing strategy, or create your own with our unique Canvas technology.

Check out the inspirational inline campaign examples in this gallery, or visit our Exit-Intent gallery, fullscreen campaign gallery or mobile campaign gallery for even more ideas on how to use OptinMonster in your marketing.

Why Use Inline Campaigns?

OptinMonster’s Inline Campaigns help you capture the attention of your most engaged readers, encouraging them to subscribe once they’ve already committed to reading your content. Inline campaigns are ridiculously effective for subscriber growth, particularly on content-heavy sites.

Our Inline Campaigns combine with our other powerful features to help you boost conversion rates and explode your email list.

With Inline Forms, you can easily turn any blog post into a content upgrade. And, by combining an Inline Form with OptinMonster’s Content Lock technology to gate part of your content, you can give readers an added incentive to subscribe.

You can also link your Inline Forms to long-term campaigns using OptinMonster’s behavioral automation rules, enticing your visitors with targeted offers via Onsite FollowupOnsite Retargeting, and Cookie Retargeting. And OptinMonster lets you make sure visitors don’t see the same campaign over and over again, improving user experience.

Don’t just take our word for it! Here’s just a sample of the success our customers have had with inline campaigns: