9 Blog Design Tweaks That Will Increase Your Email Signups

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You blog for business – I get it. You spend hours creating high-quality content on your blog because you want to stand out from the crowd and catch the attention of your ideal reader. You understand people hardly buy information products or coaching on the first encounter and that you need to slowly make this newly acquired audience like and trust you. Your main focus is on content marketing, and for that you need them to hand over their contact details – their email address. Read more

The 3 Most Effective Emails Most Marketers Aren’t Sending

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At AppSumo we’ve sent more than 100,000,000 emails in the past 4 years—generating over 8 figures in total revenue. In those four years, we’ve found specific emails that make our business more profitable and our customers happier. Today I will show you three specific emails you can add to your existing campaigns (along with the exact text) so you can use them for yourself.  Read more

How to Create a Simple Autoresponder Series to Keep Your Leads Hot

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As a small business owner, you should be building your email list – you get that. You worked hard to nail your ideal customer profile and you spent hours creating that perfect opt-in offer that is working like gangbusters. Is your work done? Not by a long shot. You still need to make sure that the people who just signed up to your email list are indeed the right fit for your business (and not freebie seekers) and that they stay subscribed long enough to make a purchase. Read more

25 Productivity Hacks for Email Marketers

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Managing an email program is no small task, even if you’re a pro. Depending on whether you’re working for a large or small company (or yourself) you may have designers, writers, directors, customer service, and a dozen other things to manage. Or, if your shop is small, you may get to wear all those hats.  Read more

7 Simple Changes to Boost Your Landing Page Conversions

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Research shows that when a new visitor arrives on your landing page, they are most likely to stay on an average of 10 seconds. Really, just 10 seconds – that’s not a whole lot of time to convince people to respond to your call to action. You must get their attention – fast – and keep it till they reach the end of the page. Read more