Converting Web Site Visitors Into Subscribers

Written by Raymond Johnston Jr

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Many are still ignoringrepparttar productivity of pop-ups. This one simple act has increasedrepparttar 131961 percentage of visitors who becomes subscribers by over 20%. You may not like pop-ups yourself butrepparttar 131962 fact is, used with taste, they work.

There is a new program by Wes Blaylock that is quite effective at generating new sign ups. It involvesrepparttar 131963 use of an exit pop-up as well. I would suggest using it on one of your other website pages. Use it on your second most visited page.

This pop-up will offer your visitorrepparttar 131964 opportunity to sign-up to some ofrepparttar 131965 top newsletters or ezines onrepparttar 131966 net. For each time this pop-up is seen by a visitor on your site,repparttar 131967 opportunity to sign up to your site will appear on four other sites. This program has proved to be quite successful. You can check it out here.

This is a twist on another method that can be quite effective. Work out a joint venture with another publisher. Whenrepparttar 131968 visitor exits your site, he will receive a pop-up with an offer to joinrepparttar 131969 other person's publication. Likewise, when a visitor leaves your joint venture partner's site,repparttar 131970 opportunity to join your publication will be offered.

Do not be shy about asking your visitor to sign up to your publication. Be direct. Tell him how you can help make his life easier. Tell himrepparttar 131971 benefits that your newsletter or ezine can provide.

If he is leaving your website without signing up, give him another chance. This time offer him something free. This can be an ebook or something else that you choose. Try to make an offer that your visitor cannot refuse.

When it comes to getting sign-ups, be persistent. Give your visitor numerous chances to sign up. Make it simple and make it beneficial torepparttar 131972 visitor.

Raymond Johnston Jr is the publisher of Money For Hire Ezine. Find the latest marketing trends, newest traffic programs and get free marketing courses. Subscribe by sending an email to You need product resell rights to be successful online. I'm almost giving them away.

Optimizing Your Site For The Search Engines

Written by Margot B

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