Are you utilizing push notifications?

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One thing I always see is people complaining about email open rates and trying to get a return on their ad spend etc.

Well, if you integrate push notifications to your lead capture pages, you can send direct notifications to their phones and other devices which get about a 65-85% open rate.

Easy to setup and get started, most companies allow you to have a 30 days trial or something too which is cool.

Just a thought, are you using them? If so how's it going for you?
#notifications #push #utilizing
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  • Profile picture of the author sgalla414
    Do you have any examples of companies that offer this?
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  • Profile picture of the author WasupDude
    Disable notifications not alike this
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  • Profile picture of the author Walterwhite1
    where can I find that steup
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    • Profile picture of the author Ruth Inyama
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      • Profile picture of the author luciesmazanska
        I think its better to turn it off, its kinda annoying, and to be honest, would you turn on a notifications if you would land on a website? I never did it...
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        • Profile picture of the author sgalla414
          Originally Posted by luciesmazanska View Post

          I think its better to turn it off, its kinda annoying, and to be honest, would you turn on a notifications if you would land on a website? I never did it...
          Agree I wouldn't agree to turn on notifications either. Definitely curious what types of companies offer this though.
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        • Profile picture of the author Andrewsfm
          Originally Posted by luciesmazanska View Post

          I think its better to turn it off, its kinda annoying, and to be honest, would you turn on a notifications if you would land on a website? I never did it...
          Might be annoying to people, but who care's if it's making you money?

          I have over 15,000 subscribers and send out 3 pushes per week and make at least $2,500 per week from that list.

          It's all about how you treat them, I send them to 2 pieces of content and then 1 promotion.

          Plus, if you have HTTPS installed all they need to do is press allow or deny and that's it, they won't see it again!
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        • Originally Posted by luciesmazanska View Post

          I think its better to turn it off, its kinda annoying, and to be honest, would you turn on a notifications if you would land on a website? I never did it...
          Just my thoughts on this one.

          From my personal experience, if I don't like them or turn them on, why would my prospects or customers turn them on?

          They kind of feel like the annoying pop-up ads back in the day.

          I don't know, I just don't like them for some reason.

          Although, they may work well for certain niches and certain type of products.

          Worth testing maybe?
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  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    I love using push notifications on my blog. It's a great way to get repeat visits to your blog and to stay "top of mind." I use a tool called Subscribers.com
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  • Profile picture of the author Ndyama
    No I do not using them cause I still not sure how to use them in a very correct way. And that is bother me much totally and completely. Thanks in advance for asking such important question anyway. Thank you and good luck for sure
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  • Profile picture of the author Lasombra
    Pushcrew are decent, but a bit expensive.
    Pushmaze are cheap, but selfhosted, plus you get to manage your own database.
    Onesignal are free, but good luck retrieving your base if something goes wrong. Plus nothing is free. In that case you're the product.
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