Jeff is the Head Product Educator at Leadpages – The #1 landing page software for your business that lets you collect leads and customer contacts from sales pages, pop-up forms, social media, text messaging, and email. Jeff helps Leadpages customers achieve amazing results with the many products and features they offer, and his content has generated millions of dollars in revenue and leads.
I created a leaddigit for this episode. If you text the word “leadpages” (all one word) to the number 44222, that will send you a text. Simply reply with your email address, and I’ll send you a Leadpages Action Guide that goes even deeper into the concepts Jeff and I discussed today, and includes tons of ideas for using Leadpages, creating lead magnets, and leaddigits, specific to the hospitality industry. I’ll also include the link Jeff created for the Lodging Leaders community to try leadpages for FREE for 14 days.
Leadpages is an amazing tool. I believe in it, and I’ve had amazing results using it to grow my email list. I strongly believe that Leadpages is a great way to generate more leads and sales for hotels.
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