Alisha McFarland How to Get Subscribers Inspirational Images Episode 4

How to Get More Subscribers | Episode 4

This is the fourth in a series of 7 articles I have created with suggestions for How to Get More Subscribers. If you haven’t read or listened to the previous episodes yet, view them here:

Episode 1 | Prominent Calls to Action (CTAs)

Episode 2 | Popups and Welcome Mats

Episode 3 | Lead Magnets

In this article, I’m going to be talking about Inspirational Images to get more subscribers.


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Using Inspirational Images

We all love beautiful images. It’s a nice reprieve from the ‘real world’ that can literally change our state of mind.

When we see things in an image that we aspire to experience, it compels us to learn how achieve whatever is necessary to have it become part of our reality.

Pinterest is the perfect example of how powerful inspirational images can be.

I personally have spent a ridiculous amount of time on Pinterest scrolling endlessly through the images and dreaming about all of the wonderful things I could have/do/feel – if only I knew how to make it happen.

All of this was priming me to be open to what the Pinners were offering and that mental door was open because I had chosen to be there and reward myself with a break from reality.

I was a willing participant.

I didn’t feel like I was being sold to.

I felt like they were solving my problem.

The interesting part is that I didn’t realize I had this ‘problem’ until I started looking at Pinterest!

Sometimes Marketing can be eerily effective.

How You Can Inspire Your Visitors to Subscribe

So how can you harness this power?

Offer your visitors a place they can go on your website to see what is possible if they read your content, follow your advice, and/or buy your services/products.

Share with them what the ‘end game’ really is, in your opinion, so they understand who you are and how you approach the problem you are going to help them solve.

Take the quotes or images that inspire YOU and turn them into unique content they can only find on your website.

Then, provide a clear call to action by asking them to subscribe to receive even more inspiration.

I think you’ll find that you get more subscribers and they will be more open to your content and offers because they based their decision on you sharing something personal; what inspires you.

Next week, I’ll be talking about using a Content Series to capture more subscribers.