20 call to action examples that create instant leads

20 call to action examples that create instant leads

reader comments (13)

  1. good article!

    exit pop-up, how does that actually work?. is it a landing page for external links?
    how else do you know a visitor is leaving?

    can you give some examples of that in the future?

    • hey johan,

      adding an exit popup is generally done by the code in your email service. for instance, we use convert kit and they have a setting specifically for email pop-ups.

      once you hit that setting, you won’t have to worry about anything else. the pop-up wll show when someone tries to leave the page.

  2. i find cta’s very tough. i’m in the uk and i wonder if there are cultural considerations as in a uk site visitor would be turned off by more seemingly american ctas like ‘discover’ or find a cta that is very direct a turn off, such as ‘get leads now’. i think culture is something to think about.

  3. it is never easy to be able to communicate a lot with just a few words, this is a great collection to take inspiration from. i will save it for the future, thanks for your post!

  4. hi tim,
    this is awesome content on cta. thanks for your content.
    basically, i’m a marketing guy.
    a few months ago i created a blog on online marketing on the blogger platform (google) and published 35 articles. however, i have not yet set up a strong cta. no pop-up cta option was found there.
    i would be grateful if you could give me an idea about this.

  5. thanks tim. i’m a newbie and haven’t been using call to actions. i definitely have to start doing that after learning about it today.

  6. the starbucks one is so perfect with all the cookie notices we are constantly seeing!

    i think i’ve really lacked a good cta mindset for getting more email list subscribers.

    my list has over 50 and gets a new subscriber each time i send it. so, maybe that’s a sign for me to create a better cta or copy and it would probably grow even larger.

    this is sound advice, tim! really enjoying it from all avenues!

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