The feeling you get when you’ve finally created your first successful campaign is hard to match. From the infrastructure of your traffic source, to the design of your creative, and structure of your copy and images in your landing pages, you studied everything to make a perfect storm of incredible ROI and Profits. However, while some may lay back and let their campaigns coast, those who strive for the top know that successful campaigns don’t last forever. So to really cash in on a great campaign, great efforts should be made to squeeze out every last single drop of performance from each and every campaign.

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In the video featured in this post, I provide you with a quick tutorial on how I set up and use a modal window for any landing page. Enjoy!

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  1. Alex

    Very cool, thanks for making this video. I’ll try it out soon to see if it helps conversions by simple re-enforcing in the users mind that they made a great choice by clicking to fill out the form… It does seem like something that’s not used at all currently.

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