This is where the person is forced to subscribe (squeezed) to receive more information. It could be a registration page where they must first register before being able to access your website. Your squeeze page may also be a pop-up box that asks for your contact information to receive a free report or software.
Email Harvester If a website has more traffic (visitors), it also has a greater likelihood of getting more subscriptions. Therefore, place a link to your site in all places where you can so people would have bigger chances of coming across it and being directed to your site.
First off, have you ever received an email from this person before? I know this sounds like a no-brainer, but often if you go way back to your undeleted emails you may find an old message you forgot about. Most of us are pretty lazy about cleaning out our inbox. You may even want to rifle through your sent messages box.
Recently I got a resume that has a company email on it as a contact point, and yet the present employer’s name is withheld. Some rethinking is required of that person’s job hunting approach if they want to stay completely confidential.
Why does he do this? The most likely reason here is that he is doing something (or did something) that he is not supposed to be doing, and is not in the mood of having to deal with lying to you. So he will put it off by behaving like a caveman, until he can’t avoid you any more, which is the point when he reaches home.
He raises this very point about email in: “10 high-profit re-design priorities” where he lists the most important ingredients to sales and profits for a business website (link below).
During checkout offer a 10% or $xx immediate discount if the customer provides their name and email address. Alternative: offer a gift or certificate at checkout that can be redeemed during a return visit.