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6 Calls to Action That Will Get More Blog Readers to Download Your Lead Magnet

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I’m sure you already know this:

The best place to promote a lead magnet is your blog.

For one, the majority of your visitors will land on blog posts first.

But here’s the problem:

How do you make sure that blog visitors discover your eBook or checklist?

Sure, you could place a banner under the post, or in the sidebar to promote it.

But given our diminishing attention span online, it’s almost certain that your readers will ignore then while skimming the page.

So is there anything else you could do?

And as a matter of fact, there is.

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5 Tips That Will Boost Your Lead Magnet’s Landing Page Traffic in Two Weeks or Less

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Look:

If you’re publishing a longer lead magnet, like an eBook or whitepaper, for instance, or want to prequalify your leads, then you need a landing page.

A banner under the post won’t allow you to include all the necessary information, and squeeze a full lead capture form at the same time.

Well, at least not without making it ridiculously long.

But once you set that landing page up, you’re facing a much bigger problem – driving traffic to it.

SEO is a great channel. But it takes time to yield results.

And realistically, to generate leads, you’ll need more visitors than calls to action on your site can deliver.

So what are your other options?

That’s exactly what I’m going to show you in this post.

You’ll learn 5 strategies to quickly boost your lead magnet’s landing page traffic, and do it within the next two weeks or less.

Intrigued? Let’s not waste any more time then.

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How to Create Lead Magnets That Will Always Go Viral

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Tell me, doesn’t it make you feel a little bit envious?

Your competitor pushes out a new eBook, and suddenly everyone’s talking about it.

People share it online, convince others to read it, and praise it on their websites too…

All while you’re hoping for at least a trickle of Google traffic to generate leads.

But did you know that this virality doesn’t happen by itself? Often it’s carefully designed into the lead magnet.

And this means that you could achieve the same effect by following some simple steps.

In this post, I’ll show you exactly how to do that – create lead magnets your visitors will want to talk about.

Every…single…time.

Intrigued?

Let’s not waste any more time then.

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Finished a Lead Magnet? Here Are the 5 Best Strategies to Promote It

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Oh, I bet you know the feeling so well…

You created a great lead magnet. Put together some killer advice, wrote a seducing introduction, and topped it up with a call to action your leads won’t be able to ignore.

And now you’re stuck.

The finished eBook or a checklist sits on a screen right in front of you. And you’re wondering what to do next.

Creating it was easy. But now you face the real challenge – getting it in front of your target audience.

And that’s exactly what I’m going to help you with today.

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How to Write a Lead Magnet Introduction Guaranteed to Seduce Your Readers

lead magnet introduction

I bet this sounds soooo familiar…

You finally decide to create a lead magnet to position your business as thought leaders, and of course, get more leads.

Excited to get started you rush to the computer, launch Word and… immediately blank out.

You know you have to seduce readers right from the start. But you have no idea how to do it.

You fear that no matter what you write, it won’t be enough to hold their attention.

I think we can both agree; it’s not the ideal situation to be in.

Luckily, writing lead magnet introductions isn’t as difficult as it seems.

And in this post, I’ll show you 4 different formulas for opening an eBook, checklist or any other lead magnet with a punch. And that’s even if you’re not a writer.

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