This confirmation page from Derek Halpern actually ties back to two other swipes on the site. Last year, we showcased Ramit Sethi's confirmation page here: http://swiped.co/url/nztxz...View More One of the highlights of that example was that Ramit used a 5-minute countdown timer on the page to create a sense of urgency & encourage fast action. Recently, awesome subscriber Vineel Maharaj spotted the same timer on this confirmation page from Derek Halpern. He uses it for each of his new courses so we included two different similar examples below. The second tie-back comes from this confirmation page from Video Fruit http://swiped.co/url/lCfvo I describe the effective structure in detail there. You'll notice that the wording & format is a bit different, but the structure is the same. It's a great structure to model & well-worth integrating into your current confirmation strategy.
Confirmation Page from Derek Halpern Swiped in March 2015
A timer is a simple, effective way to create urgency & worth considering.
Two important aspects to mention in your confirmation copy are 1. Why should the subscriber go through this extra work to confirm? & 2. Why aren't they potentially not seeing his email?
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