I’m sure you’ve already heard enough advice about generating leads.
But do you know what to do with every new email subscriber?
Do you have a plan to onboard them, find out if you two are a match, and reduce the new subscriber anxiety?
If not, you will after you finish reading this post.
In this article, I’ll show you 4 things you need to do immediately after you get a new email subscriber (and I’ll also teach you a couple of tricks how to make the most of them).
Intrigued? Let’s do it then.
If you’ve already tried generating leads from your site, then I’m sure you’ll agree:
Lead generation can be so disappointing.
Although you’ve done everything by the book – created a powerful lead magnet, wrote a compelling call to action, and optimized it for higher conversions – I bet you’re still not getting even a fraction of leads you were hoping for.
And what’s worse, it seems that there’s just no chance you could improve it.
Luckily, that’s not entirely true.
Because you see, you can dramatically boost your lead magnet’s conversion rates, without having to attract a single new visitor to the site at that.
How? By figuring out what compels your visitors to act.
And then, using that insight to design calls to action that will leave them no choice but to download your eBook.
And in this post, I’ll show you 5 super-simple split tests you could try to get even more subscribers to your lead magnet.
Intrigued? Then let’s do it.
Let me guess:
You’re stuck, aren’t you?
You’ve tried the usual lead magnet promotion strategies – shared it on social media, optimized the lead magnet’s landing page for SEO, and emailed everyone you know about it – but your traffic still isn’t good enough.
You know that to generate leads; you need to attract more visitors. Much more in fact.
But you’ve no idea what else you could do to bring them to the site.
Luckily, that’s exactly what I’m going to help you with today.
In this post, I’ll show you 4 little known ways to promote a lead magnet and quickly boost your traffic.
Want to know what they are? Then let’s dive right in.
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I’m sure you’ll agree:
Stock images are awkward…
Full of clichés…
And often make you snigger at any design featuring them, right?
But unless you can take better photos yourself or have someone who could create them for you, you’re bound to using stock images.
Because the alternative then is not to use any visuals at all (which, as I’m sure you’ll agree with me, isn’t really an option today).
But are all stock images bad? And is there any way to use generic stock photos without turning your lead magnet into an awkward thing to look at?
Yes, there is.
With a couple of simple tricks, you can turn almost any stock photo into an awesome visual for your eBook.
And in this post, I’ll show you 4 ways to make stock photos to visually enrich your lead magnet and help you increase reader engagement.
Intrigued? Then keep on reading.
I’m sure you’ll agree with me on this:
Writing call to action buttons is WAY harder than it seems.
In fact, I’d say that putting together those couple of words intended to compel a person to act could be the hardest part of lead magnet promotion.
After all, you could use your lead magnet’s title as the headline and use subheading or chapter titles as benefits.
But you can’t reuse anything for the call to action trigger. Or write a generic one at that.
(Well, at least not if you want it to compel visitors to act, of course…)
These people are already too knowledgeable to respond to generic buttons like “Sign up to download the eBook,” “Free Download” or “Sign Up.”
To convince them to act, you need to make a compelling case for them to do so.
So if you’re struggling with writing calls to actions that aren’t generic, then this post is for you.
I’m going to show you 5 call to action formulas guaranteed to make people download your lead magnet.
Let’s face it:
You don’t create lead magnets just to generate leads.
Of course, getting new signups is important.
But I’m sure you also want the lead magnet to make a strong first impression on prospects, and ultimately, help move them further down your sales funnel.
But what if I told you that in spite of all your efforts, you’re still unknowingly sabotaging those conversions?
I’m sure you’d be pretty upset.
Unfortunately, that’s exactly what might be happening.
So, in this post, I decided to help you identify and eliminate the 3 most common lead magnet mistakes that shatter lead to customer conversions.
Ready to get started? Then let’s do it.
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All those success stories from businesses boasting about their high conversion rates are so irritating, aren’t they?
Especially when, in spite of having done everything by the book, you still struggle to get people to click on your calls to action.
But what if I told you that you could improve your conversion rates by making tiny tweaks to your calls to action?
I’m sure you’d be pretty stoked, right?
That’s exactly what we’re doing in our latest post. We show you 5 super-simple tricks that will immediately boost your lead magnet’s calls to action conversions.
Intrigued? Read it right now.
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.