Some may think it is so easy to put a call to action together, and on some part it can be. However, if you’re trying to convert people to buy something or even to subscribe to something, you’re going to need to work around wording and design to make your call to action effective.
Below is a brief infographic on the basics of a call to action.
Are you keeping an active newsletter? If not, you might want to get into gear and start being active with it. Once you’ve converted over your visitors to subscribers, you’ve got to have a plan for your subscribers. These are the people that are interested enough to receive your updates via email. If you’re not sending out at least a monthly newsletter to your list, then you’re probably going to eventually lose your subscribers.
Remember, even if someone hasn’t bought your products or services, there is a potential for them to become one, or at least refer someone else to you. Your newsletter can be a powerful leverage tool if you use it right.