Wanna grow your subscribers like crazy?
Want to get people to subscribe to your list before they even see your blog?
The answer is a MAGICAL welcome mat!
By that I mean… well, this. See how one of my biz-crushes Allison has this super cool landing page right when you visit her homepage?
What if I told you it’s super simple to set that up so it’s automatically the first page your visitors see?
Aaaand that it’s also super easy to change it or remove it at any time with NO coding needed?
AND that this one little change could boost your opt-in rate by up to 535%?!
(Did I just blow your mind?)
It’s possible thanks to Leadpages. 🙌🏼
Today I’m going to show you step-by-step how to combine your WordPress blog with Leadpages to make an email list building MACHINE, mmk!
Okay, and maybe everyone else knew this, but I’ve been a Leadpages customer for 6 months now and literally just found this feature yesterday. YAH.
So I want to share it with you.
But First, What is Leadpages?
If you don’t already know about Leadpages, it’s a landing page creation tool that makes it dead easy and quick to setup targeted, fun landing pages. You don’t need to know how to code or anything: it’s all drag and drop AND they have beautiful templates to pick from.
It’s how I created my free content strategy course page!
Lots o’ pro bloggers use it. And for good reason: it’s affordable and saves SO MUCH time. I thought it might be overkill when I signed up months ago, but I can’t picture life without it.
So yeah in a nutshell, it makes pretty landing pages effortlessly.
AND, with this exclusive link, you can snag a 14 day free trial to check out Leadpages for yourself.
Mmk, Now What’s a Welcome Mat?
The example from Allison I featured at the beginning of this post is what’s called a “welcome mat”.
It basically means a call to action that you’re putting on your site as the first thing people see. They can either sign up and convert, or choose a “No Thanks” option and continue viewing the rest of your site.