Category: Quiz tips
BuzzSumo have found that 82% of users will take part in a quiz if they see it on their social newsfeed. That’s a difficult stat to ignore.
It’s easy to get flustered when you’re trying to create a quiz. How many questions should you add? How many answers to each questions? How should you tie your offer to the quiz?
According to our own in-house data, the average quiz has a lead capture rate of 33.6%. When you compare that figure to a site’s average email opt-in of 1.96%, it starts to look pretty incredible.
To generate leads online for your business, you know you need a lead magnet – an incentive to get people to sign up. So, you brainstorm, research and spend hours creating the perfect lead magnet that goes well with your brand and audience. You’re sure your audience will be jumping over each other to get your ‘free gift’.
It’s likely that the main goal of your business is generating more leads and, therefore, more sales. Which means you’ve probably tried many different ways to capture your visitors’ email addresses to keep in touch with them and pitch your product.
As you may already know, we’ve been doing our 100k Email Challenge to prove we can grow email lists by 100k people in 1 year. We’re about 3 months in and now putting more emphasis on monetizing that new list. In this blog, I want to share a way to monetize your list without having your own highly converting sales funnels.
Welcome back to our next blog on How to Increase Your Email List by 100k People in 1 Year. I’m excited to share with you updates and things we’ve learned over the last three months. If you missed our last update, check that out here.
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