So I had this idea. Here's the background:
I have a browser extension that works on desktop(chrome, edge, and brave). I also have a landing page where I drive traffic(some from paid ads). And while looking at the analytics(shout out to @markosaric plausible.io) of the traffic, I notice that, of course, more than half of the traffic is coming from mobile/tablets.
These users won't be able to add the extension from their phone/tablet. So my idea is to show mobile/tablets users an email-form where visitors can send themselves a reminder email for later viewing when they are in front of a desktop computer. The email address is never stored, so this is only an attempt to remind a few percent of visitors who might want check out the tool but forget to do so(I do this all the time myself).
My question is, first and foremost, does this make any sense whatsoever? is it a good or bad idea? And also, will I destroy my email reputation by putting a form like this on my site?