Money is on the list, they say. Therefore, we show you 7 easy examples to implement on your blog or website to attract more subscribers. And some more tricks to improve the monetization of your blog if you work with affiliates.
The first thing you need to be clear about is: why would a person subscribe to your blog’s newsletter? this will determine your CTA or call to action, the message you need to enact on your blog to attract more subscribers.
Some examples of CTAs for a newsletter could be:✅ Every Sunday at 12:00 we will send you 5 business ideas. ✅ Subscribe and receive a weekly newsletter + a bi-monthly e-book + a checklist on how to invest in your blog. ✅ Receive SEO news every Wednesday on your blog (for very specific niches this CTA can work very well). ❌ Subscribe, we won’t spam you(it’s the most common thing in a blog and it’s wrong because it doesn’t bring value to the user). Knowing this, are you clear on how to plan your newsletter? To get active subscribers, it is necessary to define how to nurture them in the right way, so that they will be more and more eager to open the e-mail you send them.
If you already have all this clear, let’s see practical examples to attract subscribers to your blog and newsletter.
All the examples you will see below can be created with the GetConver tool in 2 minutes. In addition, you can automatically send the captured subscribers to your email marketing or CRM provider (Mailchimp, Acumbamail, PipeDrive, etc.). Create your account here and try it free for 14 days.
Create an e-mail catcher that appears when the user has been reading your blog for at least 30 seconds. By default, the user closes everything that appears before he can read anything on your blog -cookies, e-mail capture, advertising…-.
If you set it to come up when the reader has been on your blog for a while, you are more likely to get their attention and they are more likely to subscribe. These are the 3 types of collectors that you can configure in GetConver (the size varies, mainly, from smaller to larger):
Example of a Giant Catcher created with GetConver: