Unlike other website widgets, Letterbase is lightweight and won't slow down your website.
Talk to your customers by using what you're already familiar with: email. No need to learn and use a new tool.
We don't track, advertise to, or spy on your customers. You have full ownership and control of your data.
Install the messenger on your website in minutes by copying and pasting our lightweight script.
You can then start receiving email messages from your customers, which you can reply directly to.
The messenger is friendly and easy-to-use, and can be customized to match your brand.
You can configure the color, messenger text, launcher position, and more.
And more customization options are being released all the time.
Unlike other website messengers, we don't spy on your customers with invasive tracking. We simply forward the messages along to you.
Sign up for a 14-day free trial. No credit card required.
“Letterbase puts user interaction right at hand when the user needs it most.
As a founder of a focused privacy service, it was important for me to adopt a user interaction system that cares as much about user privacy as I do.”
Founder of NullBox
If you want to get more customers, you need iterate quickly upon their feedback.
Letterbase helps you achieve this by making your feedback form easily accessible, no matter what page they're on.
It can also be used to talk to your website visitors and establish better connections with them.
Plus, having Letterbase on your website is a sign that you care about your customers. Trust us, they'll appreciate it.
With Letterbase, you have full ownership and control of your data. We don't sell your data, we don't advertise to you, and we don't share or collect data unless it's absolutely necessary.
To learn more about how other website messengers invade your privacy, read our blog post.
You can try Letterbase for free for 14 days—no credit card required.
With Letterbase, you 100% own your data. This means we don't make money by selling your data to third parties. In order to keep Letterbase running, we have to ask for a small fee.
You're a curious fellow—send us a message and we can answer any questions you have.