I have been using a lot of your content. Your posts are very detailed. I print them off for study. I’m sure you have a book in mind. Two questions. Do you use Blogger for your blogsite? Second, what do you use for your lead capture? I’ve been blogging for awhile but don’t have that feature. I use Mail Chimp for my enews.
The blog site you choose really depends on what you’re looking to do. I actually have an in depth guide on which blog site is best here. https://fitsmallbusiness.com/best-blogging-sites/
We use optin monster for lead capture here at Fit Small Business. It’s easy to use and integrates with most email marketing software (including Mailchimp).
Hope this helps!
In most CRM systems, the term lead capture designates a process of saving lead information in order to attempt converting the lead to a paying customer. An example of a lead capture page or a lead capture form is a newsletter subscription or a quote request form on a website. Lead name, email address and phone numbers are usually captured, although complex web forms may contact much more information, such as company size, industry, title of the person, postal address and so on.
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