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Okay so people always need an incentive to opt in. Here's my question.

If promoting a product such as the no!no! hair removal kit which has a great converting offer at max bounty, what exactly would be a good bonus? And what would make for good follow up emails?

I'd like to add a list to this site once it gets some decent traffic but have no idea what kind of incentive to offer for the email.

Appreciate any good ideas.
#idea #opt
  • Profile picture of the author dadamson
    Get some great quality content written about removing hair. Turn it into a PDF ebook and give it a great title:

    "6 Best Reasons To Get Rid Of Body Hair"
    "Why Should YOU Get Rid Of Body Hair"

    You could even record a video of yourself showing how to use the product and add that as a bonus.

    Just put yourself in your customers shoes and think "what else would I like that this product doesn't deliver"
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  • Profile picture of the author walterj79
    Top 10 ways to keep your skin clean ebook,
    Top 10 ways on how to clear acne before the weekend ebook
    I would really give something of value so they will be excited to click on your follow up email.
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  • Profile picture of the author powerspike
    You could also try the "reverse" content method, put a video on the site, with some free tips about hair removal, tell them if they sign up to the newsletter they'll get a great free ebook with even more tips.

    If you going for signup's etc - would high suggest you watch the launch video's for frank kern's mass control 2 product, they are about getting people onto lists and absolute gold.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ryan Even
    For an actual physical product like that you can sometimes even give away a "report" about the product (which is a review you've written recommending the product).
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