If someone came up to you on the street and said, “Hey, can I have your name and email address?” …. Would you give it to them?
What if they said they would send you an email newsletter once a month in return?
Still not interested?
Neither are the vast majority of your website visitors.
So, the reason you need an opt-in bonus is to entice the visitors to your website to entrust their name and email address to you.
But that’s not the only reason you need an opt-in bonus.
You also need an opt in bonus to provide your new subscriber with a better, deeper introduction to who you are and what you offer.
You need an opt-in bonus that acts as an appetizer, making the new subscriber salivate for more of what you have to offer.
You need an opt-in bonus to start off what will you hope to be a long and mutually beneficial relationship.
An opt-in bonus is kind of like when a guy gives a gal flowers on a first date. It says, “See? I’m a nice dude. You want to go out with me again, right?”
O.K. I haven’t been on a date in 14 years and no guy ever gave me flowers, but that’s how I imagine it to be. And that’s what your opt-in bonus should be.
“Would You Like To Know the Secrets to Enticing Your Ideal Prospects to Give You Their Name and Email Address?”
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