Showing posts with label SignUp. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SignUp. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Web Name Hosting Providers - Why You Might Be Delaying Making a Sign-Up Decision

Web Name Hosting Providers - Why You Might Be Delaying Making a Sign-Up Decision

I suspect that there are many people who are in need of a web host but have spent an ample amount of time doing research. This is smart shopping. However, it is also likely that if a few days go by between active research, the process starts all over again. Then, it is probably safe to say that many people review the same Top 10 List and/or customer reviews on over and over again. For those that can relate, this article offers opinions about what might be preventing you from actually making a decision.


1. Don't Know What You Need


If this is you, you are not in this boat alone. Although the internet has been around for a while now, tons of aspiring web site owners enter the scene everyday and guess what? There is a learning curve for everyone. If you feel that your curve is a little steeper than most, there is help. I guarantee that if you do a search for a phrase such as "How to Choose a Web Host", you'll get more information than you can stand. The nice thing is that much of this information is provided by none other than web host providers. They understand that education about web hosting is a necessary purchasing prerequisite. So, if a lack of knowledge about web hosting is keeping you from making a decision, take a step back and become a student so that you can better evaluate your web hosting needs.


2. Fear of Losing Money


Let's face it, no matter what you're shopping for, you want to make sure that you get the most for your buck. With web hosting providers, you could indeed lose money if you decide to switch to a new provider --UNLESS their policies specifically offer anytime money-back guarantees. So, if a fear of losing money is one of your biggest concerns and likely one of the reasons you have not made a decision, begin to evaluate hosts' Terms of Service as they relate to refunds. You may be able to weed out a few options (those that don't offer refunds) just by doing this.


3. Overwhelmed by the Sheer Amount of Web Hosts Out There


Okay. I'm sure I can get a witness here. It seems like every day, there are new web host providers that appear on the net scene. I mean, really, how many variations on the word "host" can there actually be? This certainly doesn't make it easier for the web host shopper, unless you wouldn't even consider newbie hosts because of their perceived "lack of experience" as a host. Just a side note here: Many experienced web hosts have several different companies under different names so what appear to be a new host provider may actually have many years of experience. I'm back to my point now. It is completely understandable that it is hard to make a decision because there are just too many choices. It might be helpful to behave as you would in the grocery store where there are way too many choices for everything. At the end of the day, most people will look at a few options and either go with the cheapest or the one that represents what they're looking for. The ideal situation is when you can get the best of both worlds-what you want for a low price. This analogy could also be applied to help eliminate a few web host choices especially since many may boast a cheap price but may not serve your specific web hosting needs.


4. You've just read one too many reviews (the same one a few times perhaps)


I alluded to this scenario in my introduction, so I won't beat it to death here. In short, while the research phase has its place, one day, you really do have to make a decision. It is my hope that this article has helped you understand why you haven't made one and give you some insight into how to move forward. Your internet business or interests depend on it.



Since many people are stuck in the web hosting decision process, what would a responsive and credible web hosting provider do? I'll tell you. In an effort to prove to you that they are the best choice, they remove the risk of joining by offering an anytime money back hosting guarantee. If you join a provider such as this, you'll have what you need to confidently move one step closer to meeting your internet goals.




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Saturday, July 29, 2017

Sign-Up Forms and Email Marketing

Sign-Up Forms and Email Marketing

Email marketing is a powerful channel, delivering marketing and advertising emails in promoting products and services of any size business, while developing their market share and ROI online.  Email marketing is just about the most dynamic method for marketing on the Internet.  Sending out customized content that engages its recipient is powerful and effective.


Creating an effective sign up web page needs to be a high priority on the agenda of every email and Internet marketer’s lists. Every single online website visitor and guest becomes a potential opt-in subscriber.  Your sign-up forms give the marketer ample opportunities to attract, appeal, and capture the interest of another potential prospect, converting them to a satisfied customer.

Here are some suggestions to consider:

1. The Perfect Location

Never make consumers search for a registration page. Place it in every vantage point all-around your website. For ideal visibility, place it towards the top right side of the page.  Place your sign-up forms on every page, especially your landing and homepage.

2. State your Privacy Policy

Assure your users that you will never sell or share their personal email addresses.  Create a short policy statement about the use and intent behind collecting their email addresses. Reaffirm you purpose and commitment to use the email addresses for the sole reasons mentioned.  You can always add a link at the end of the statement, giving them a more detailed privacy declaration, if you wish to add more content to your statement.

3. An Equal Exchange

No one wants to give away their personal email address without expecting something in return.  You need to use a little sales persuasion making your offer worth the exchange.  Provide a brief summary of what future communication would contain. Explain the benefits the recipients will derive.  Create a bit of excitement about the offer. Make it positive - but keep it honest.

4.  Email Marketing Frequency

Always let your recipients know how often they will be receiving your communications.  Successful email marketing is all about achieving expectations. If you don't meet or go beyond expectations, you lose the recipient. They might even report you as a spammer.  Adding an upfront promise of your email frequency is a crucial consideration in that promise. You don't need to give a precise timetable. But subscribers appreciate knowing if they will be receiving daily, weekly or quarterly communications.  They do not want to be overwhelmed with too many emails.  Your message frequency should be at intervals that your recipients appreciate.  Don't make them sorry they signed up.

5.  Clarity

Avoid complicated words that may sound really sophisticated and web savvy, but leave your users bewildered.  Make the sign-up process simple, easy, and clear.  Do not use words that most users are not familiar with.

6.  Provide Useful and Relevant Content

Make sure that what you are providing them is relevant and useful.  Doctors use their newsletters to inform people about medical updates, new surgeries, treatments, and offer suggestions of better homecare.  Whatever your niche, profession, or field, you have an audience needing advice, tips, and “how to instructions” in every field.  Sending information that will benefit your recipient, automatically benefits you.

7.  Give your Prospects a Voice

When you ask your prospects for their comments or suggestions, you give them an opportunity to start an honest conversation with you.  Implementing those suggestions, if relevant and practical, shows them you are serious about their opinions.  Take the time to thank them as well.  In a world filled with billions of digital conversations, it is nice to be recognized and treated as an individual.

8.  Don’t Create Suspicion

Do not ask for too much information.  Only ask for the basic information you need and will use.  Asking for someone’s work email, cell, and fax number is not appropriate.  Building customer relationships and gathering vital demographics takes time on your end, and trust on theirs.
Many email marketers never realize that their sign up forms are actually another great marketing tool and strategy.  Collecting live email addresses from interested opt-in prospects, can be the start of creating a lifelong customer and repeat purchases necessary for any size business to grow and remain solvent in today’s precarious economic climate.


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