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How to Deliver an Opt-in with ConvertKit

How to Deliver an Opt-in with ConvertKit

Once you have created your opt-in, you need to decide how you are going to deliver it. One of my favorite ways to deliver an opt-in is with ConvertKit. ConvertKit makes delivering opt-ins, freebies, lead magnets, pdfs and files super simple. 

To learn how to deliver your own opt-in with ConvertKit and how to save time the next time , watch the video training below!

3 Mistakes People Make When Delivering Opt-Ins ( + How to Avoid Them)

3 Mistakes People Make When Delivering Opt-Ins ( + How to Avoid Them)

When you deliver opt-ins it's easy to make a few mistakes and trust me, I made these mistakes too when I first started delivering opt-ins to grow my email list.

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Here are 3 Mistakes people make when delivering opt-ins (+ how to avoid them):

1. Not giving your audience a Call To Action (CTA) on your opt-in form. 

3 Reasons Why You Need to Deliver Opt-Ins

3 Reasons Why You Need to Deliver Opt-Ins

If you have a small business then you have most likely heard that you need an opt-in to grow your list. But what exactly is an opt-in? An opt-in is anything that you give someone in exchange for their email address.

Other names for opt-ins include; freebie, content upgrade, opt-in gift, trigger, and lead magnet. 

The goal of an opt-in is to provide a solution to one problem.

4 Places Opt-Ins Should Live on Your Website

4 Places Opt-Ins Should Live on Your Website

After you have created your opt-in, you need to share it. The best place to promote your opt-in is on your own website.

Here are 4 places that an opt-in should live on your website:

1. Before the fold.

The fold of the website is right before you have to scroll, so think about it on both your computer and mobile.

Why I Switched from MeetEdgar to SmarterQueue

Why I Switched from MeetEdgar to SmarterQueue

You know that social media is important for your creative business but let’s be honest, social media takes TIME. I used to spend every Sunday evening planning out my content for the week ahead. I would set up my prompts for my facebook group and make sure that they would post at the same time each day. I would add other people's content to my queue in Buffer and rinse and repeat the next week. But you know what? I knew that there had to be something better. Something that would save me more time!

As a previous social media manager, I have tried lots of different tools for social media scheduling (Buffer, Post Planner, Hootsuite, Sprout Social, CoSchedule to name a few) but I wanted to find a tool that would allow me recycle posts so that they were always posting on their own to help save me time.

3 Mistakes People Make When Creating Opt-ins (+ How to Avoid Them)

3 Mistakes People Make When Creating Opt-ins (+ How to Avoid Them)

When you start to create opt-ins for your blog or creative business, it's easy to make a few mistakes. Let's be honest, everyone says that you NEED an opt-in but no one really explains why, how, and where to create one.

These are 3 mistakes that I made when I first started creating opt-ins for my website and I want to help you learn how to avoid them. 

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3 Myths About Creating Opt-Ins for Your Niche

3 Myths About Creating Opt-Ins for Your Niche

Okay so you want to create opt-ins for your niche but you're not quite sure about a few things, right? I keep hearing a lot of people talk about this and I am going to bust through a few of these myths for you! 

MYTH #1: YOU HAVE TO HIRE A DESIGNER / EXPERT TO CREATE OPT-INS FOR YOU.