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IN-DEPTH Lead Monster Article & Exclusive Bonus Strategies – Published by IM Expert Hanif Quentino (eMarketingChamps)

IN-DEPTH Lead Monster Article & Exclusive Bonus Strategies – Published by IM Expert Hanif Quentino (eMarketingChamps)

Does the Lead Monster software deliver on its claims of helping businesses increase their Optin rates through the use of fancy popups?

Hanif Quentino’s full article on Lead Monster can be seen here:

Lead Monster is a tool for creating fancy popus in a wide variety of styles. From entry popups to exit popups, these can be triggered via timed actions or scrolls, and are compatible with mobile as well. The creators of Lead Monster claim that it can help an online business increase their Optin rates and overall conversions through these attention grabbing displays.

Lead Monster members are advised to review and use Lead Magnets to increase their conversion rates further. If a business has any experience in digital marketing, its already known that the surest way to generating a lot of profit is by generating leads or prospects by dangling a lead magnet right in front of them. What is a lead magnet? Depending on how you look at it, it’s a bait or bribe that’s meant to encourage people to share their contact information with you.

It’s actually the first step of the process called Customer Value Optimization. In this article, we’re going to give you a list of the top ideas and examples of lead magnets that you can apply to your website right now.

Before that, however, indulge uin this thought for a minute: What makes a good lead magnet? A good lead magnet does NOT have to be time-sensitive, lengthy, or complex. In fact, if your lead magnet is any of those things, your website will convert poorly. A good lead magnet just solves a specific problem for a specific segment of your target market. It should offer value within the five minutes that a prospect opts in. So, in other words, a good lead magnet is short and specific.

Guides and Reports

Reports and review Guides are one of the most common kinds of lead magnets. Your report or guide must outline a how-to process for how audience is going to do something. If you’re in the pets niche, you could generate a material that teaches your prospects how to toilet train their dogs. The topic is very specific and appeals to a specific segment of your target market. Hopefully though you make your report or guide short.

Cheat Sheets and Handouts

One may think that cheat sheets or handouts are no different from reports or guides, however, they are actually one-pagers or very short materials that tackle an ultra-specific point, like a mind map or checklist.

Tools and Resources List

Give the right circumstances, this can be a very good lead magnet. A toolkit could be a link (or links) to software (or tools) that your prospects can use right away. A resource list, on the other hand, points your target market to websites and other offline resources that they need.

Video Training

With proficiency in video making, one can use that skill to make a how-to training video that they’d be interested in.

Other lead magnet ideas that are worth trying right now include:

• A free trial to your product or service, or a free software download,
• Discount or free shipping, which is perfect for stores that sell physical products –
• An interesting quiz or survey
• An interactive quiz
• Assessment or Test
• Blind or sales material like a product catalog

Once there’s a lead magnet in place, different sources of traffic can be used to have prospective leads look at a website and have them opt in with a carefully crafted lead magnet.

Hanif Quentino’s Lead Monster review can be seen here:

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Hanif Quentino’s full article on Lead Monster can be seen here:

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