1. Kenneth Burke

    9/13/2017 7:30 pm

    Man, I need to start using #2! Enjoyable read, for sure.

  2. Vashishtha Kapoor

    9/15/2017 3:46 am

    Nice list. however, I feel like making the reading a bit distracting if I add a subscription box in between the content. But if the place means something and relate with the email subscription, It can be easier.

    Teaming up with other bloggers can increase my subscribers? How?

  3. Shelby McGuigan

    9/15/2017 8:23 am

    Vashishtha, that’s right when putting the sign up form within the blog post it is ALL about the placement. You want to make sure it is put in a place that makes sense based on the blog post content and your sign up form.

    Teaming up with other bloggers can get you in front of their audience (and likewise for them and your audience). Being exposed to another audience can get your name out there to new people and get them interested in what you have to offer.

  4. Shawn Jones

    9/16/2017 10:18 am

    Hi Syed,
    Awesome Post! I really like the suggestion of embedding an opt in form within the blog post. I’m planning on implementing it today! I’m also happy that you mentioned split testing. It’s often overlooked but it is very important when trying to get maximum conversions. Thanks for the great post.

  5. Emily Brown

    9/18/2017 6:05 am

    Thanks for the points.
    We can also use WordPress plugins to get more email subscribers and I use OptinMonster because it offers various kinds of subscription boxes that can be used to capture the emails of your readers.

  6. Bob Crawford

    9/20/2017 8:32 am

    Nice collection of tips. Email is still the best way to nurture your community of fans.

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