You’ve probably had successes using social media to improve your blog traffic and then move your audiences onto your email list.
If you don’t care about creating a larger and more targeted audience or more $$$ for yourself…
Then stop reading this post now!
I’m talking about bringing your ideal audiences onto your email list where you can offer more value regularly and with a consistent foundation In place.
How can you move readers and audiences onto your email list?
- When people read your blog posts, you’ll have an optin box on your blog, or in your post.
- You’ll share that optin box and offer on your social media sites sending your readers over to download your free gift offer.
This is when you’ll be moving your audiences onto your email list to keep getting your information.
One just like this works very well:
Go ahead and take a look at my own f.ree teleclass optin offer below, then sign up to get on the call, and review the process of an email optin offer.
Or…Click Here to Save Your Spot
Building a list of interested followers and then moving that audiences onto your email list takes time.
Branding your business with social media now includes being great at knowing how to capture more leads.
So what does it mean to capture more leads and why do you need to care?
You ‘get’ what it takes to drive traffic and engage visitors with content that they feel is of value to them.
- Now the next step is to get your readers to convert from a reader into a lead and continue to receive valuable information from you on a regular basis.
- You just don’t want them leaving your blog, or even your social media platforms, without providing their email and name.
Winning the opportunity to nurture them until they are ready to buy what you have to offer.
Have you thought about why you would want to build your email list?
There are enormous opportunities for increasing your readers’ engagement when you present email as another way to connect regularly.
#1 Make it easy for your readers to sign up for your email list.
If you ask for as little information as you need…
They just may want to give you their email and name in exchange for your gift of value that they would like to have!
Let me explain …
You first need to have an optin form, your call to action (CTA) that offers them a gift in exchange for their information.
- It’s the greatest action tactic to help you convert blog/website traffic into loyal readers and move them into paying customers.
Here’s my selfie CTA for my own class to teach you how to build your email list…
As I’ve said before… Read more
Why should you care about conversion tips?
Caution! Using these conversion tips can help you have a higher conversion rate that means a better return on your time and money investment (ROI).
How will these conversion tips help?
Bear with me as I share how…
You can be attracting and persuading your site visitors to take actions that benefit you. Read more
I’ve heard it said a lot…
‘I want more readers and I spend a lot of time, every day, on social media and engage in lots of conversations but I really don’t see using social media to drive traffic to my blog as a key.’
Think about that for a minute.
⇒ What could happen if you commit your time to creating content and engaging in social media? Read more
But before I jump into the details, let me say this…
One of the most fatal mistakes that many bloggers make when building their online community is in NOT growing an email list and tapping into list building secrets for their successes.
- Whether or not you want to earn some money blogging!
- Always be building that list. Things will change.
When you use these 3 list building secrets to build your community and bring in more cash, you’ll be realizing… Read more
There are several types of strategies that are used in order to convert traffic into leads and sales.
But what does it mean to convert traffic into leads and sales, and why does it matter?
One of the more vital things to a business is generating leads (building your list) and future sales.
Say, you’re not in business?
Then think about this… Read more