freebies ideas list

Freebies Ideas List

Freebies Ideas List

As a blogger, getting your subscriber list is very important. That’s mostly the reason why we blog, to get people to read and subscribe to our blog. There are so many ideas to use as opt ins but only the best will work for you. Plus, whatever works for another might not work for you. Here are a few tips I have gathered from the internet and Pinterest on opt in ideas. Its good to do a little research and trial and error to get to the point where people subscribe to your blog like pancakes.

pancakes

Firstly, you must consider your target audience. Ask yourself these questions

What do my target audience need?

What service do I offer to my target audience that meets this need?

What freebie can I offer in this regard?

What format can I offer these freebies that will be workable for me?

What resources do I have available that I can offer these freebies?

How much time do I have to be able to make these freebies?

Are these freebies relevant to my target audience?

If I was my target audience, what freebie would I like to recieve?

Will these freebies be beneficial to me? (Freebies must be able to bring in readers and subscribers)

What are people in your niche offering?

Secondly consider resources that you have available to be able to make these freebies and deliver them. Make your freebies, relevant, easy to download and accessible.

We can use these places to make freebies

design

Canva for design

Teachable for courses

Grammarly for correction

Highlight for design

Google charts

Adobe Spark for images

PowerPoint for slides

Google slides

We can use these services to deliver freebies

Dropbox

Google docs

Convertkit

Here is a list of freebies you can offer on your blog to gain more readers and email subscribers

Checklists

Worksheets

Templates

Planners

Calendars

Swipe files

Spreadsheets

Motivational Quotes

Social media templates

Guides

eBooks

Stock images

Binders

Audio clips

Video clips

Access to a resource vault

Access to Facebook or Pinterest groups

Case studies

Graphics

Toolkits

Free trial to a special beneficial resource

Email course

Coupons or discounts to something valuable to your readers

Free one on one consultations

Free audit sessions

Giveaways

Patterns

Informative Infographics

Tutorials

Necessary diagrams

Consider where you will promote your freebies.

Make a noise on your social media pages

Word of mouth to peers and family

Create a pop up on your blog

Link to a blog post

In your email signature

Guest blog on other blogs

Promote on social media groups in your niche

Be creative

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Lastly don’t foget to write your blog name and url in your freebie. Make an impression that can be referred to over again and shared with friends. You may also add a note on how people can use your freebies to avoid plagiarism. Think like your audience when offering your freebie.

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13 comments / Add your comment below

  1. This is so helpful thank you! I keep putting off my subscription list because I don’t know what freebie to offer. Pinning this.

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