There is no magic formula on how to grow your email list and social media following BUT there is a tool that helps you retain the readers that come to your website and turns them into followers, subscribers and even customers.
Milo Tree is a website plugin that allows you to grow your email list, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and Youtube through a customizable Google-friendly pop-up.
Why You Should be Using Milo Tree to Grow Your Email List and Social Media Following
The reason why I love Milo Tree so much is that it is a one-time set-up that allows you to continuously convert readers over. These people are already at your site, why not ask them to follow you on your other creative outlets?
Milo Tree has a $9 monthly fee option that allows you to grow your email list, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube and Pinterest and gives you analytics on how many followers/subscribers you gained and lost on each platform.
There is a WordPress plugin that has you up and running in a couple of minutes but Milo Tree also works on all major platforms and email service providers.
It’s easily customizable to work with your sites aesthetic and you can even turn on how frequently it shows up. So maybe you want to wait until someone scrolls down to have Milo Tree pop-up and only show it to your readers once a week if they come back often. Milo Tree lets you make the adjustments.
To Pop-Up or Not
I hate reading a blog post and being interrupted mid-read by a pop-up. Even worse is when that pop-up is impossible to close. The Milo Tree pop-up is small on mobile and easy to X out of if the reader doesn’t want to follow. The reason why I ultimately chose to add it to my site is that when I would be reading my fave blogs I discovered that I was sometimes not following them across their channels thanks to Milo Tree.
It will be a personal choice for you whether you want to go the route of a pop-up like Milo Tree. You can try it out risk-free for 30 days to see if it is right for you and if the conversions on your site are worth the $9. Let me know if you decide to use it below though.
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