I love challenges… Especially the kind that kick me into action and help to get big results in very little time.
If you’re like me and you would like to boost your email list quickly, I’ve got just the little challenge for you.
In this post, you’ll discover 5 things that you can do to get more subscribers. Each one can be done in less than 2 hours.
So, this weekend, instead of spending your time looking at holiday pictures posted by some "friend" on Facebook (which will NOT help your business grow), I challenge you to pick one item from this post and to implement it…
Ready to grow that list? Here we go!
When you're building your website, you'll soon come across the dilemma to figure out what the best tool is to use for email marketing.
If you're just starting out in your online business, the free MailChimp plan is a fantastic tool to start building your mailing list.
As long as you stay below 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails per month, you can use it for free, forever. This is enough to get serious about email marketing before you upgrade to a better plan.
However, as most free tools, the free MailChimp plan has its limitations. It's almost impossible to build a well-designed, conversion focused opt-in form that will get you the right people on your list.
This is what we're helping with in the newest Thrive University lesson.
Read on if you want to get the most out of MailChimp while saving time!
Amanda is working in a bank, during the daytime she's sitting in front of her computer and has to deal with clients' problems. She has to keep her cool and when she finally gets home after a hard day's work, she loves to funnel all the energy built up during the day into an active, sweaty workout.
Sarah is a mother of 4 toddlers. She spends most of her days running around trying to keep them from mischief and keeping the house in order. This leaves her exhausted most of the evenings. The only thing she wants is to take some time for herself, reconnect with her body and relax.
At first glance, Amanda and Sarah have nothing in common... Nevertheless they are both looking for a yoga course that fits their needs and they both landed on Heather's website.
If Heather met these two women in person, she would never offer the same yoga course or present the benefits of yoga in the same way to the both of them.
Why then would she send the same sales email to one and the other? That doesn't make much sense, does it?
The solutions to this problem is buyer persona based email segmentation.
That's quite a mouthful and sounds like something only large corporations can afford to do. But as you'll see in today's video, it's actually easy for you to segment your email list into relevant groups as well.
Before we launched Thrive Quiz Builder to the public, we not only gave our Thrive Members almost a month of exclusive access to the plugin before anyone else, we also issued them a members only challenge:
Build a quiz for your business and submit it in under 12 days.
The 3 winners were promised to be featured on our blog and Facebook page where we’d then spend $50 to boost their quiz on Facebook to their specific audience.
Honestly, we weren’t quite sure what to expect. It was a quick deadline with only a live webinar for training...
Sales emails. Ugh.
You're just becoming accustomed to sending newsletters to your subscribers, and now you should start bombarding them with sales messages? The mere thought makes you feel like a sleazy second hand car salesman.
"Yes Sir, this car was driven by my grandma once a week to the church and back!"
You don't want to treat people that way, least of all your customers!
Yet, with the insanely high ROI sales emails promise, you know your business needs to leverage them.
Could there be a way to sell through email without giving up your principles? Why does selling feel so dirty in the first place?
Let's talk about that.
What makes a quiz go viral?
Do they all have some magical formula we need to know about?
We decided to check it out and analyzed 145 quizzes with more than 100K social shares.
Here’s what we discovered...
We all know how awful it feels to be ignored.
You may spend hours of your life researching, crafting, and sending newsletters. Hours you’ll never get back. Just to realize it was for nothing.
Your hard-earned subscribers keep refusing to read your emails.
Picture your trusty old Swiss Army knife for a moment.
You know, that red handled, pocket-sized multi-tool you count on to help with everything from cutting boxes open to picking your teeth?
Yup, toothpicks come standard on those switch-bladed bad boys!
Swiss Army knives are pretty handy because they address many day-to-day problems from a single, multi-functional platform.
Imagine if you could advertise and test multiple different opt-in offers on your site - without actually needing to create more than one opt-in offer.
That's exactly what we'll do in this post!
Read on to discover a fast-action method for turning your one-trick opt-in offers into conversion focused multi-tools.
Are you spoiling this unique opportunity?
Imagine your visitor. He’s reading a blog post, likes what he sees and opts in. He’s enthusiastic, he loves what you’re offering and is even willing to trade his email address to hear more from you in the future.
At this very moment, right after your visitor subscribes, you have something that’s increasingly rare online: undivided attention.
This opens a window of opportunities most online businesses neglect...
A recent announcement by Google revealed that the use of overlays (including opt-in forms) will no longer be deemed "mobile friendly". This, in turn, can affect your website's search rankings.
Following the announcement, some panic and a lot of misinformation spread through the marketing circles and we received many questions about what this change meant for our list building plugin, Thrive Leads.
In this post, you'll discover what Google's announcement is really about and you'll see the update we've already released for Thrive Leads, to help you stay compliant.