20 Call to Action Examples that Create Instant Leads

20 Call to Action Examples that Create Instant Leads

Reader Comments (11)

  1. Another great article Tim! I agree that creating urgency is one of the most important aspects to a quality CTA. I find that countdowns provide an awesome CTR with our campaigns.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

    • Hi Jason,

      That could very well be the case. I’ve never thought of it that way. Maybe this is an interesting topic for another post.

  4. 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!

  5. Thank you for so many call to action examples. Homepages are kind of the most visited pages on your website so one should definitely optimize them for conversions and lead generation.

  6. 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.

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