Lead Magnet

What Is a Lead Magnet?

Today’s live stream I answered your question:  What Is a Lead Magnet? Not only that, I gave you some tips on how to figure out what to offer so you can add targeted readers to your list.  I also gave you some ideas on how to promote your lead magnet once it’s complete. There’s a few things that I mentioned in the video including my Create Alluring Lead Magnets content upgrade that I put together for my readers a few months ago.  It’s the perfect tool to have in your arsenal if you want to build that email list. You’ll also find a handful of different ideas of what I use as lead magnets and content upgrades over on my freebies page. The ones that I mentioned were the most popular:  Create Alluring Lead Magnets – perfect for people who want to make a good first impression on their new subscribers so …

AutoResponder: Mass Update Any Sequence with a Timely Offer

Autoresponder magic? Yes please! What would happen if you could update any autoresponder with an actual USEFUL call to action so you could increase sales? I’m not talking about something general like go answer this survey or like me on Facebook.  I’m talking TIMELY. Maybe you’re running a webinar on Friday.  Or you might be doing a Facebook livestream next week and want as many eyeballs on it as possible. Here’s the thing: a lot of autoresponders are long. Imagine the time it would take to go through 100+ emails in an autoresponder sequence. (it happens, in fact some people have a years worth of content for new subscribers!) Here’s my ninja trick and yes, you can totally steal this. Merge fields.  You know, those things that allow me to call you by your first name whenever I put [firstname] into the email. It pulls in whatever data someone entered …

How To Boost Your Email List In 30 Minutes Or Less Each Week

I’m going to show you how you can build your email list more quickly, more efficiently and with less time than ever before.  Grab your sneakers, because this is going to go quickly. This is something I’ve been mapping out for a few weeks, but only implemented it last week.  There’s a few things you’re going to need, so make sure you have them in place. A Canva account (free) or some other way to make delicious graphics on the fly A Facebook ad account.  It’s not absolutely necessary but building a business takes money.  We’re talking $10-$20 per week for this plan. An email system.  I really like Active Campaign.  If you absolutely can’t afford $9 a month, go with Mailchimp. Something along the lines of Pop Up Ally or Thrive Leads.  I actually use both and the cost was well under $200.  If you have to choose, go …