As you already know I am running this blog for a few years now and I am still learning a lot about blogging even after all these years. When I started working on my blog my readers initially came from different forums, Social media and search engines, so I realized one thing, these visitors are just travelers through my blog and they are reading what they like, and they disappear afterward, most of them will never come back on my blog and I’m losing them permanently.
I decided to add some subscription forms on my blog, and after my research, I decided to go for Thrive Leads, and I will explain to you why I chose it. You can visit Thrive Lead homepage right here.
How Important Subscribers Really are?
If you have great content on your blog, you will probably get tons of visitors, but once your visitors read all your available content they will leave your blog and most of them will never come back.
That’s why you need to keep them on your blog, and if you start converting visitors into subscribers you will get constant readers on your blog. If you have 1000 visitors per day on your site, 50 of them will probably subscribe to your newsletter, so you are basically losing 1500 subscribers per month if you don’t convert visitors into subscribers.
Once you have your subscribers base, you can start sending newsletters, offers, promotions…
I have more than 15000 subscribers on my blog and whenever I write some new articles, I create my newsletter mail with my article included and send it to my subscribers, and I can instantly get 1000 visitors on my new article throughout that day, and 1000+ more the next day.
How much money can you make with your subscribers
Subscribers from some niches are more worth than others, for example, if you are writing your Personal blog, and you are making money only by Adsense, your subscribers are worth 2/10.
But if you are writing a Tech review blog and you have 1000 subscribers there is a high chance that some of them will buy something from your review article, so subscribers from this type of site would be worth 8/10.
If you send some product reviews to your subscribers, they will buy it through your affiliate link and you will make some commission money from their purchase. Don’t get me wrong, you can’t be wrong if you convert visitors into a subscriber on any niche, every subscriber is worth something and 1 subscriber is always better than 0 subscribers.
I will review the TL plugin now, and I will try to review it for newbies so everyone can understand what I’m talking about.
About Thrive Leads
If you never heard about this plugin I will tell you everything you need to know about it and I will explain to you how to get more subscribers using this plugin.
Thrive leads are probably the best opt-in plugin for WordPress and you will get tons of features you can use in order to convert your visitors.
16 000+ sites are using Thrive leads at this moment, and they have so many customers because they are offering no skills required plugin setup, amazing price, you get pre-designed templates, opt-ins, pop-ups and you can create your own unique opt-in design.
If you want to check all Thrive Lead demos click here.
One more thing I like about them is their targeting feature, you can start targeting visitors based on posts, categories, and tags.
You will also get A/B testing feature, and it’s amazing, you can basically increase your conversion rate up to 50% using all these options.
Thrive is not just one solution like other plugins you can find online, you will get Popup Lightbox option, Sticky Ribbon, In/Line form, 2 Step opt-in forms, Slide-in feature and Widget option, so you can basically combine few features and A/B test them so you can get highly targeted subscribers and you don’t have to install tons of different plugins that would just slow down your site load time.
Thrive leads are perfect on mobile devices too, this plugin is 100% clean, so it’s easy to load with every single browser.
You can integrate this plugin with every known auto-responder online, like Mailchimp, Aweber, GetResponse and other, I personally use Aweber on most of my sites, you can read my Aweber review here.