The 4 Essential Pages Your Opt In Design Needs: Be Their Go To Expert

 

In this podcast I talk about the 4 essential pages your opt in design needs, and tell you why you need to focus equally on design and content to really connect with your audience. Learn how to grow an email list of engaged subscribers and get a free set of Canva design templates to use for your next opt in design!

 

Welcome to Episode 1 of The Opt in Experience! In this series I take you step by step through designing an opt in, content upgrade, subscriber magnet or freebie that will turn your subscribers into friends who love, share and support everything you do. In this episode I go over the 4 Essential Pages that your Opt in Design Needs: Cover, Content, Take Action and Call to Action.

I mentioned some of my favorite styled stock photography resources like *Haute Stock, *Rosemary Watson and *Twigy Posts to really help your cover grab all that awesome attention your opt in deserves (*pssst… I am an affiliate for these brands, meaning I earn a bit for referring you. Don’t worry, I only share brands I love and trust).

 

>>I also spilled the beans on a totally free, done for you Opt in Template pack that you can get by signing up HERE.<<

 

Learn how your opt in design relates to a package of cookies, and about my experience designing opt ins that convert!

 

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Author: vanessaryan

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  • Vanessa,
    This was a good reminder as I work on a “freebie” for one of my clients. I plan to share this with her so she “gets it.” I love the cookie packaging example: store brand vs. gourmet. Definitely want to sell more “cookies” 🙂

  • Vanessa, I think that this is really great. I think that you have done a great job with the examples especially. And it is pronounced haute not hot. Like Ho+oat. Hope that helps? Great job! ❤️

  • I like the step-by-step checklist idea about getting the most out of what they need to do next to accomplish their goals. I’ve been thinking about doing something like that, and it’s nice to hear that it is a good idea!

  • This is golden! Loved your ideas and how you break it all up! Oh those cookies example, YES SO MUCH YES! The visual experience SELLS the whole thing even before you actually “taste” the quality! Thanks for this great podcast!