Every time someone enters their email address into your opt-in box, they get sent over to a thank you page. Most thank you pages let people know how they can access the freebie they were promised.
However, people are incredibly savvy these days. Getting access to any freebie is just a matter of going to the inbox and reading the automated welcome email.
So why do we continue providing something on the thank you page that people will get in their inbox anyway?
Beats me. I do this for some of my landing pages to this day because of all of the social proof the thank you pages have received. My newer landing pages redirect people to something very, very different.
And I make more money because of this decision. Watch the video to learn more.
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