Email lists are still very valuable when done right. Many of you asked me about pop up and slide in forms for your website. I’ve been exploring options. Here’s what I like about optinMonster and how it works with Constant Contact and other email platforms.
While there are all in one robust solutions, I’m looking for affordability, ease of use and for platforms that play well with others.
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Optin Monster might be your missing piece.
I bought it, installed it on my websites and love it. (Check out https://loriballen.com and look at the slide in and floating bar).
The drawback is that you have two buy the yearly option. There is a cheap one like $9.95 up to I believe $49.95 which is the one I bought.
I wanted all the bells and whistles plus I have many websites to install it on, and that came with 5 licenses.
It offers exit pop-ups, ab testing, inline content forms, floating banners, analytics and so, so much more which I’ll be detailing in the lessons.
I find constant contact easier to use than get response. I also like that a contact only counts as 1 contact even if it’s in multiple lists where get response counts them in each list as a subscriber.
The Ballen Method
Lori Ballen, creator of The Ballen Method is a digital marketing strategist who has specialized her lead generation activities around ranking on the search engines and social media. A teacher at heart, Lori loves to share her strategies through authentic storytelling of both success and failure.
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