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How to Add Pop-Ups, Options, and Other Calls to Action on Your WordPress Site

One of the most popular jargons in the Internet marketing industry is “The Money is in the List.” It means that your online business would never be truly successful unless you have a subscribers’ list that you can send your offers to. But even if you are not an online marketer, having a subscriber list for your website can also improve visitor engagement. You can send them notifications of your latest posts, invite them to contests, or just say hi.
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