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Emily Goodrich

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September 16, 2014

How TheRedPin.com Used Heyo for Lead Capture Success

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Gathering leads through Sweepstakes is great, but what if you want to gather leads and can’t run a sweepstakes? Heyo templates can be used to run evergreen pages, which will sit and gather leads for you.  That’s exactly what Heyo customer, Sam Hosseini from TheRedPin.com did with his custom build lead capture pages.

Read on to find out how Sam and TheRedPin.com got 1,200 impressions in the first few days, and captured 176 emails over two months on one of their fifteen lead capture pages! Read More

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September 12, 2014

The Secret to Stunning Visual Content

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“Use high-quality, engaging images to make your brand stand out.” You may have read something like that before, and it’s the truth. But what exactly does that mean? What exactly is it that makes an image high-quality and engaging? Well, if you’re asking those same questions, you’re in the right place. Read on to find out the secret to stunning visual content.

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Emily Goodrich

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September 4, 2014

Best Website Builders for Small Business

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Whether you are an entrepreneur or own an online shop, having a custom-built website is vital. And with mobile internet usage increasing by the minutes, having a responsive or mobile version of your website is also key to your company’s online success.

So how do you create a website? Conventional wisdom would say that you either need to learn HTML5 or hire a web designer who can build the site for you. But this isn’t always feasible for a small business with a limited budget. It’s no secret that there are a plethora of website builders out there that claim to give you a professional site with little work, but how do you choose among them?

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August 21, 2014

How Heyo Helped a Photography Blog Build an Email List

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Meet Heyo customer Scott Voelker, who runs New Portrait Biz with his wife, Lisa. Scott and Lisa owned their own studio for over 10 years, and now run a company dedicated to helping others start their own photography studios. With content ranging from using digital backgrounds and props, to photoshop tutorials, the photography super team aims to help people follow their photography passion.

Scott wanted to build a new email list to promote New Portrait Biz’s tutorials and props store, so he turned to Heyo to help him do just that. He was able to set up the contest quickly, and ended the contest with 1,402 impressions and 406 emails – a conversion rate of 30%!

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Emily Goodrich

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August 19, 2014

How Valley-Hi Got 1,154 Emails with Heyo’s Sweepstakes Template

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Valley-Hi Toyota is part of the family-owned Browning Auto Group, located in the High Desert of California. For the past two years, they have won Best Car Dealership of the Desert, because they keep their customers in mind. Read More

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August 15, 2014

How a Camping Website Captured 2,453 Emails with Heyo

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Heyo customer Kenny Stevens and his wife Andrea are a camping power couple. They began their camping journey on their 1st anniversary and have been having adventures with their family ever since.

They started their camping website in December 2013 to provide a forum for camping enthusiasts and beginners to go for advice, tips, and tricks. Their goal is to help campers of all ages and skill levels share great stories, content, and products to the camping industry.

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Emily Goodrich

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August 12, 2014

Facebook Image Size Cheat Sheet

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As you’ve no doubt noticed, the layout for Business/Fan Pages changed around March of this year, and a majority of Fan Pages were moved to this new format in June. Since the move to the Timeline format of Fan Pages, there has been a shift in focus towards visual content.

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