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This Is a Great Idea Because It Speaks Directly to the Interests

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Of the visitor in that moment (watching some of the exclusive content being shown in the background), but it’s also a bit misleading as you don’t actually go straight to watching. Instead, you are taken to a sign-up page with another cta to start a free trial. This creates a bit of a frustrating user journey and could rub some people the wrong way. If i were apple, i’d immediately take them to the free trial form or even better to the opportunity to begin watching a show before being prompted with a form. 2. Netflix: “try 30 days free” call-to-action-examples-netflix on the other end of the streaming spectrum, netflix doesn’t play games with its cta. It uses a striking, on-brand red button to attract your eye then uses its free trial to remove the friction of not knowing what you’ll get into. It also does a good job of addressing other common concerns right there next to the button, eliminating any other objections.

Lyft: “ride and save” call-to-action-examples-lyft in this email call-to-action, ride sharing company lyft cuts right to the chase. What is it offering but if you click right now, you’ll also save. Between this simple copy and the use of negative space around the button to draw the eye, this cta is well-staged to attract Canva: “i’m in! Show me canva 2.0” call-to-action-examples-canva in business email list another awesome email cta, canva makes smart use of detailed, introspective copy to let the viewer know exactly what they’ll be getting when they hit the button. It also creates a sense of community and exclusivity suggesting that you’ll be “in” on something when you click through. 5. Chick-fil-a: “find your morning motivation” call-to-action-examples-chickfila rather than flat out telling you to view its breakfast menu, chick-fil-a positions its food not as a mere hunger cure but as “motivation” in this clever cta copy.

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It also gamifies the experience by putting it behind a personality quiz. By clicking through, you’re not just seeing what they’re selling, but learning about yourself. Plus, with its bold use of the brand’s signature red, this cta is impossible to miss. 6. Wordstream: “grade my account for free” call-to-action-examples-wordstream in this pop up, wordstream gets specific about what they’re offering and uses first-person copy to get into the visitor’s head. Similar to netflix, they also make it a point to state that the offer is free, eliminating any friction someone might have about being “sold.” 7. Hotjar: “try it free” call-to-action-examples-hotjar hotjar’s homepage features two calls-to-action leading you to the same place. Both are easy to find with their placement and bright red color and also reduce friction by giving visitors the option “try” before buying. They’re not going in for the hard sell. 8. Spotify: “get spotify free” call-to-action-examples-spotify spotify’s brand and marketing hasn’t changed much over the years, and with good reason — it works. One of the few things that has changed is its conversion strategy. A few years ago, spotify would feature two competing ctas — one leading to spotify free and the other to their premium tier .
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