Where you link to is absolutely up to you.
Perhaps you have an ‘about me’ blog post where all new
subscribers can leave messages about themselves in the comment
section – simply respond to each message on the blog.
Or, if you have a pixamattic review, why not ask new subscribers to
You could ask them to get in touch with you via Twitter,
Google+……it doesn’t matter. Just make sure you respond to each response. This technique fails completely if you don’t take the time to respond
to any subscriber that engages with you.
There are 2 benefits:
1) It encourages two-way communication from the pixamattic review.
Subscribers feel rapport with you as you care enough to be
interested in them.
2) By asking your new subscribers to tell you exactly what they
expect, it becomes incredibly easy to find the right content
(and sell products!) later on to these subscribers. Unexpected value technique Getting a free eBook in exchange for an email address is old hat.
The value was expected
Instead, one of our marketers not only gives away a free (expected)
product, he gives away a further 2-3 free bonuses after the initial
There is no mention of these ‘extra’ freebies when someone signs
up to his pixamattic review .