14 Ways To Persuade Your Web Site Visitors To Give You Their Email Address
Posted by By Dan Farrell on: 2005-06-09 14:33:03
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1. Ask visitors to subscribe to your e-zine. It's a
good idea to also give them a freebie when they
2. Have them sign-up to get access to download
a free ebook. The subject of the ebook should
be related to your target audience.
3. Give your visitors a free membership inside
your member's only web site. Have them sign-up
to receive a user name and password.
4. Hold a free contest or sweepstakes at your
web site. Ask them to give you their contact
information to enter.
5. Offer your visitors free consulting via e-mail.
Have them fill out a web form to e-mail you with
6. Hold an interactive poll on your web site. Ask
your visitors to e-mail you their vote or opinion.
7. Ask your visitors to sign-up for a chance to
get a web site award. Have them e-mail you their
contact and web site information.
8. Have visitors fill out a survey on your web site.
Give them a free gift as an incentive to complete
9. Offer a free online service from your web site.
Have visitors fill out their contact information to
sign-up to the free service.
10. Ask visitors to sign your guest book. Tell
them they will get a free gift in return.
11. Offer a free affiliate program for your visitors.
They will have to sign-up in order to receive
marketing materials and commissions.
12. Allow visitors to submit a free classified ad
on your web site. Require them to give a valid
e-mail address in order to post an ad.
13. Give people who visit your web site a free
course sent via autoresponder. Just ask them to
fill out their contact information to receive the free
14. Offer your visitors free software to download.
Have them sign-up to get an access code to unlock
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