Oh, I’m sure you’ll agree with me on this: seeing email stats showing people opening your message and then, completely ignoring the call to action is so heartbreaking.
After all, you’ve put so much effort into crafting that email, hoping to attract subscribers back to the site.
But there’s nothing…
Days pass, and your click-through rate still lingers well below the industry’s average.
However, the chances are that, in spite of doing everything else right, your email call to action just wasn’t strong enough to get your subscribers to click.
Luckily for you, in this post, I’ll show you exactly how to change that.
You’ll learn how to write an irresistible email call to action and boost your click-through rate.
Interested? Let’s take it from the top then.
Drip campaigns are one of the most effective ways to nurture leads, onboard new clients, and even sell your services.
And I’m sure you know this already.
But if you still wonder how to actually create a drip campaign that can help you achieve those results, then I’ve got just the thing for you:
3 ready-made drip campaigns templates you could use to write your email sequence right away.
These templates will help you achieve four distinct business objectives:
- Stay on top of your prospect’s mind
- Nurture leads until they’re sales-ready
- Or onboard new clients.
So, let’s get cracking.
I’m sure you’ve heard the advice before – to get more email subscribers, you have to keep producing fresh content continuously.
But do you really?
Because you see, there is another way to increase email list signups – by analyzing your visitors’ behavior, and identifying and fixing popular but underperforming content.
And in this post, I’ll show you exactly how to do that.
You’ll learn how to use the Analytics data to get more email subscribers and boost your lead capture form conversions.
Intrigued? Let’s not waste any more time then.
Do you worry about your content upgrades’ conversion rates?
Wonder why many users ignore any calls to action you placed in the content to promote them?
Content upgrades can generate impressive, often double-digit conversion rates.
But to achieve such results, you really need to make sure that your content upgrade calls to action correspond to your potential customers’ pain points.
In this article, I’ll discuss why you need to map calls to actions to the right stage of the buying cycle.
And then, I’ll show you exactly how to do it.
Intrigued? Then let’s get right to it.
I’m sure you’ll agree with me on this:
Writing the welcome email you’ll send to every new subscriber is so intimidating.
You want to reassure them they’ve made the right choice by signing up, kick start your new relationship, and get them to wait for your future emails too.
But you have no idea where to begin and what information to include, right?
Luckily for you, that’s exactly what I’m going to show you in this post.
I’ll show you exactly how to write a welcome email that will glue new subscribers to your newsletter.
Sounds interesting? Then let’s go.
Tell me, are you currently struggling to generate leads?
Wondering why, in spite of having a killer landing page, an engaging headline, and an irresistible call to action, you still can’t convince visitors to sign up for your list?
Well, the problem might be your lead capture form.
And in this post, I’ll show you how to boost your lead form conversions by making only a couple of simple tweaks.
Ready? Then let’s do it.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of growing an email list?
I bet it’s either a lead magnet or a call to action. After all, the two are the most important elements of any online lead generation strategy.
And how do you feel about either of them?
My guess is, intimidated (or at least, greatly overwhelmed).
After all, creating a solid lead magnet and convincing visitors to download it is no small feat. It takes an awful lot of time, resources, and rarely generates leads right away.
Or does it?
Because you see:
There is a way to quickly achieve double digit conversions from every blog post you publish.
How? By using a lead magnet type called a content upgrade.
And in this post, I’ll show you why you should focus on content upgrades first if you want to grow an email list fast.
Intrigued? Then let’s do it.
Every person subscribing to your list expects you to reach out to them at some point.
But I bet you keep wondering:
What exactly should I send them – a sales offer, a piece of advice or maybe point them to my other content?
That’s what we’re going to cover today.
In this post, I’ll show you 4 easy emails that will help you engage every new subscriber.
Sounds interesting? Let’s not waste any more time then.
I’m sure you’re asking yourself this every time you create a new lead magnet:
“What else, apart from linking to it from my blog, could I do to tell my audience about my eBook or checklist?”
And you know what:
That’s EXACTLY what I’m going to help you with today.
I’ll show you 5 super-easy but powerful strategies to promote your lead magnet beyond your website.
Sounds interesting? Then let’s do it.
This is #OpenBlog Progress Report 3. Every month we’ll be sharing updates as we try to grow our blog to 100,000 visitors.
How did we do after last month’s dip? To find out what happened, read on!