Four Steps To Capturing Leads In Your AutoResponder

Four Steps To Capturing Leads In Your AutoResponder

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Lead Capture Pages and Thank You Pages When Getting Leads

One of the more complex things to do in Internet Marketing is what to do with traffic. In this post and video, I show you how to build the Lead Capture Page, the Thank You page (after the opt in), the form in the AutoResponder, and how they all work together.

I break this down for you in 4 steps to make the process as simple as possible

Here Are The Four Steps!

  • Step 1 – Create the lead capture page in Internet Traffic Pages (skip the AWeber integration in this first step).
  • Step 2 – Create the ‘thank you page’ in Internet Traffic Pages. ¬†Get the name of the thank you page URL (through the ‘Publish’ option in Lead Pages), you will use this in the Aweber form.
  • Step 3 – Create the signup form in AWeber (use the thank you Internet Traffic Page URL from Step 2 in the redirect part of the form creation)
  • Step 4 – Go back to the lead capture page in Internet Traffic Pages and integrate your new form into that page.

Watch This Video To See How It Is Done!

I hope that you found these steps useful. Implementing these will help you take the traffic you get, capture the lead, send them to the right page to thank them, and be sure they are in your autoresponder correctly.

 

 



Scott Ewart, The DIY Web Guy

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2 Responses to Four Steps To Capturing Leads In Your AutoResponder

  1. Hi Scott, Your trainings on lead pages are really helpful to me. It’s been an area of confusion. I get the concept of the flow, but the functional implementation has always been hazy. Thanks for making this clear and concise. It helps me from overthinking it. Internet Traffic Pages is also a great free resource. I’m looking forward to trying that out.

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