Popup Domination Review (Video) – How To Double Your Optin Rate Overnight!

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A few months ago, I started looking at ways to further increase the optin rate to the newsletters on my site. Before that, I heard many people say that they experienced a dramatic increase in optins after they introduced one of those “annoying” popup forms.

Well, because I like to experiment, I decided to give it a shot. To my surprise, it actually worked! My optin rate literally doubled overnight! I was really pleased with the result and have kept popup forms on my sites since then.

Recently though, I got approached my Michael Dunlop, a young online entrepreneur from the UK, who told me about a brand new popup box he had developed. Once again, I tested it, and to my even greater surprise, my optins increased by another 30% more!

Because of Popup Domination, I’ve been able to collect a comfortable 200 optins a day from all my combined newsletters. That equates to about 73,000 NEW optins in ONE year!

My video today is about the Popup Domination Review, and it goes into detail what it does, and why you should use it. What’s interesting about this review, is that I don’t only talk about the pro’s, but also the con’s of this amazing plugin.

Now, of course this plugin does not come for free, but it does come at a very reasonable price. To see the offer, go check it out here:

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7 Bonus Videos That Show You How To Increase Your Newsletter Optin Rates Even Further

When you order Popup Domination through my link, I will give you access to some of my most powerful membership videos on increasing your optin rates.

Here’s what you’ll get:

  • Video 1: The best kind of free resource to use for enticing people to hand over their contact details
  • Video 2: How to improve the design of your optin box so it not only looks good, but attracts people eyes instantly to the right place…
  • Video 3: Where exactly on your blog to place your optin box, and why it’s important that you get this part right
  • Video 4: How to build instant rapport with your site visitors and make it as natural as “a-b-c” for them to opt in to your newsletter…
  • Video 5: Specific optin form copywriting tips to make it irresistible for people to join your list…
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  • Video 7: One secret thing you MUST tell people which will guarantee they stay subscribed to your newsletter much longer!

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If you’d like to get FREE access to the above 7 videos, all you have to do, is order through my link, and then send me your receipt as proof of purchase to support[at]becomeablogger.com (replace [at] with @). My team will then make sure you get sent complimentary access to the above 7 bonus videos.

Here is my link:

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Do You Like Or Hate These Kind Of Forms?

I would LOVE to hear your opinion on what you think about popup forms. Are they a good thing? Or do you more see them as a nuisance? If we do use them, is there a good and bad way to use them? And are there any ways that we can improve on popup forms? Are there any alternatives?

Please leave your comment below and let’s get the conversation going!

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Gideon Shalwick

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About Gideon Shalwick

Gideon Shalwick is a YouTube and video marketing expert, and has figured out how to get a TON of attention using online video (with one YouTube channel reaching 10 million views!), and today, he's built a following of over 100,000 people for his business ventures, and 60,000+ people on this very blog, where he shares some of his most powerful video marketing strategies.

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97 Responses to Popup Domination Review (Video) – How To Double Your Optin Rate Overnight!

  1. [..YouTube..] 4:04 Gid… 😉

  2. [..YouTube..] why did you sketch on Michael’s face and still have THAT same straight face??? LOL

    4.04 – looks like “gayy….GREAT” :)

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Desmond – hehehe – I thought I would tease Michael a little 😉


  3. [..YouTube..] Turn on the lights!

  4. Hi Gideon,

    It’s so funny that everybody says they hate these pop-ups and yet over and over again, we’re finding that they simply increase our opt-in rates!

    I’ve observed a similar increase myself, when I began using pop-up forms.

    Thanks for sharing!


    • Gideon Shalwick

      Yeah I think people also get used to them over time. My test so far definitely indicate that I should be using a popup form.

      I do feel bad for those people who do not like the form, but then again, it’s really easy to get rid of it – just click on the little cross right?


  5. People don’t hate pop-ups. They hate annoying pop-ups.
    Done right, I don’t think it is a problem. It’s all in the presentation.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Great point there James!


  6. I don’t like them personally. But I will respond anyway once in a while.

    Future plans include moving the core of my community to a new site, and radically monetizing the linked site, which will include using a popup. Interesting story about that site, BTW. I started it right before you and Yaro did that blogging course last year. Woops.

  7. The only thing that has ever made me hesitate about going pop up advertising such as this is the quality of those opting in. Are they opting in to get the box to go away or are they opting in for your material? How long will they stay are your list?

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Good point Stefanie

      So far it seems like most people are staying on my lists – one way I help people stay on my list is to really blow them away with all the really useful and high quality information I provide.


  8. Rebecca

    I have no question the software is great but NOT the method in getting optins. Let me explain why this method annoys me the most:

    As a reader it is HIGHLY annoying, specially to those that have ALREADY signed up – you get this pop in your face every time I check back to the site. I had considered unsubscribing from Yaro’s site because of his recent pop up that I’d already signed up to a year ago.

    Also, on Yaro’s site you can’t CLOSE the pop up with certain browsers! How annoying is THAT! So, on my laptop which I use at night, I can’t check his site. I just go elsewhere.

    Sometimes you just want to get to some information but can’t so it FORCES you to sign up AGAIN JUST to get rid of the box.

    Why annoy your readers? I don’t get it – you have to put readers first and not stuff them into giving information when they don’t know you yet…

    If you’re good with your readers and they can access info they want quickly, people will subscribe anyway!

    Sorry Gideon, I just go to another site now to get information I want when I see these pop ups…it’s like an assistant selling in my face when I walk through the door of a shop – who likes that?? Not many.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Rebecca

      Yeah I know what you mean about not being able to close the popup box.

      I also know that Michael and his team are aware of this “bug” and are working to fix it for those minority of cases.

      Do you think people get used to seeing the form though, and become “OK” with clicking on the little red cross over time?

      I guess it’s management of expectations right?

      What do you think?


  9. Thanks Gideon, excellent review! This really makes everything much easier.

    Will get it right now


  10. I usually can’t *stand* them, unless it’s a site that I love. Then sometimes I even decide to opt in. I see the benefit, but what annoys me is when I’m getting the newsletter and RSS feed for a blog, and then the pop-up still shows up for me!

    Ah, well, a swift click of the X usually takes care of that. And it’s probably worth it for awesome blogs to use the pop-up. Maybe I’ll do that once I launch my product in November…

    Once again, Gideon, thanks for your expertise!

    • Gideon Shalwick

      No problem Kat!

      I guess I could change the settings for my form to only show up once. But then what about those people who do not sign up the first time round, but who want to sign up the second time round?

      I guess they could just use my optin box on the side bar? But I don’t think it would be as effective then.

      Thanks for letting me know your thoughts!


  11. Isn’t it AWeber can create this kind of pop-up subscription box also?

  12. Vonalda

    HI Gideon,

    What I don’t like is that once you fill in the pop-up, you are taken away from the blog or website and must take that extra step to get back. No question you lose people that way, and as a visitor I find that really annoying to be taken away from where I wanted to be in the first place, simply because I’ve filled out the form. I’ve seen pop-ups/opt-ins that you fill out and never have to leave the page (Or return you back to the page automatically after you fill them out), which I would think is much preferred…How is this done?

    • Hello Vonalda,

      There is an option so that when people opt-in, it takes them to a new window instead of taking them away from the page they were on.

      That should sort that out, either that or you choose not to send them to any page at all.


    • Gideon Shalwick

      Ah cool – thanks Michael – I have just implemented that change now. Thanks for bringing this up Vonalda – it should all be fixed now.


  13. I admit, they annoy me. I rarely read them and especially feel frustrated if I’ve already opted in. It seems like the 3 second delay is a really good idea. All that said, I’m really keen on doubling my opt-in so tempted to try it.

    Michael’s sales process is a bit messed up however, when you click to read the sales page and click away it offers a $10 discount for $37, but then when you click OK it says it’s $47. Something is amiss there.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hmmm… ok I will tell Michael about it… he’s pretty flat out with the launch right now though, but I will let him know…


  14. looks cool, thanks

  15. That’s really interesting. I am just a blogger and not selling any product yet. Heard that Popups are bad for blogs, are they helpful for blogs only?

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey suraj

      Not sure why you think popups are bad for blogs – seems to work fine for me and all my blogging friends :)


  16. Way cool, Gideon!


    I have seen more “terms of use” and “terms of service” and site rules than I can count. Can’t recall every word.

    But somewhere–I think especially of applications for site submission to various web directories–I recall something about sites submitted must not include pop-ups or certain front-and-center kinds that interrupt the reader. You know, some places where one gets backlinks.

    Um. Backlinks AND sign-ups are both kind of important.

    Any comments?

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey David

      Ok, that may be the case with some site directories – I’m not sure if optin box popups would fall under that same category though…

      But I guess if they have that restriction, you’ll just need to ask yourself what’s most important in that case… i.e. is it more important to get the backlink from that directory? Or is it more important to get optins?

      I’ve found that backlinks from directories are not that effective anymore in any case…


  17. I actually ran a poll on my blog to see what my readers thought – and the overwhelming response was a big ‘it really doesnt bother me’ which was interesting.
    I installed PUD recently but have not noticed an increase in my signups.
    Clearly not entirely related to PUD though – maybe?!

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Interesting response from your audience Alex!

      I wonder if it depends on what kind of audience a website has also.

      For example, is an internet marketing audience more likely to be tolerant towards popups than other audiences?

      And for your optins not increasing much, it could have something to do with your free offer. The more valuable you can make it, the easier you should be able to get people to sign up…


  18. Fred

    When you order Popup Domination through my link

    LOL presupposition rulez

  19. For the most part I really dislike Pop Ups. I find them annoying to the max – especially when you start reading or viewing something and it not only Pops Up but you can’t get rid of it easily and it follows you down or around the page.

    My experience has been that they are used improperly. What I don’t mind is the way Gideon has done it. He first via an email or whatever gets you curious about a topic, you click a link and then if you see a pop up of a free report DIRECTLY RELATED to what he got you curious about – that’s OK.

    But I still don’t want it traveling around the page with me or difficult to easily get rid of.


    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Michael

      Yeah I also totally dislike those popups that follow you around the page, and where you have to click multiple times to get rid of it.

      That’s why I like the Popup Domination Plugin, cos it’s nice and clean and easy to get rid of.


  20. I want subscribers as much as the next man, but I’m really not sure about this one. How bad do I want it?

    I hate these things. Do I dispute that they work? No. How do I really want to represent myself.

    Using something like this tells people that you’ve kind of got a “succeed no matter what the cost” attitude. Again, I want money/success as much as the next guy (or maybe not) but I don’t think I’ll go this route.

    For me, it doesn’t matter if this thing pops up or not, if I don’t like what they have to say or if I don’t see any value in what they’re offering, they STILL won’t get me contact info/details.

  21. I wrote a post a while ago about both sides of the popup forms debate. Even though there was a good bit of feedback against the popups, there were also a lot of sales of Popup Domination that came out of it. It really just depends on how people use it – do they give new visitors a chance to get to know a site before asking them to sign up, do they offer a good deal in exchange for opting in, etc.

    Also, I hope you don’t mind – I included your popup as an example in my review post gallery. Definitely an example of a great offer!

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Thanks Kristi

      I saw that – great work!


  22. Great review Gid I see why you and Yaro are partners!
    SOLD and just in time for my new site look.

    Thanks Gideon

  23. TheCuso

    4:04 Gid… 😉

  24. destalks

    why did you sketch on Michael’s face and still have THAT same straight face??? LOL

    4.04 – looks like “gayy….GREAT” :)

  25. Hi Gideon,
    Just checking is there other option to present the popup form? Personally, I don’t like the screen gradually darken and suddenly a popup box appear from nowhere. It could be quite intruding for some visitors.

    In addition, it could be quite frustrating when you need to close the pop up box all the time even when you have visited the site for many times. This could be set to display for new visitors only but once I’ve cleared my cache, I’m being treated as new visitor.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Lynn

      At the moment I think it only comes with the fade in option. But perhaps Michael can add a feature where you can select how it appears on the site in a later release.

      There is a setting inside the software where you can set how often it appears on your site. Mine is currently set to once every 7 days upon Micheal’s recommendation for best results. But I am still testing it a bit and playing around with that, so that may change in the future.


  26. Excellent presentation. I am an editor of a Catholic website. In the past few months i was thinking of using popups too, but as i saw in many websites it appears to be a mess. But thanks for your review Gideon

  27. PurBakVideo2

    Turn on the lights!

  28. Wow amazing review! Thanks for the info, I’m going to give it a try and see if I like it better then what I am currently using.

  29. For the popup detractors out there – I don’t necessarily care for billboards or TV commercials, but the fact is that advertising is a part of commerce and business.

    For something so easy to implement, everyone should at least test a popover out.

    One trick I use to keep non-interested parties from signing up is to delay the popup by about 15 seconds, that way the popup is only shown to visitors that are actually reading the content and engaged. If someone lands on my site and bounces immediately I may not want them on my list anyhow.

    This helps me cut down on ‘poor leads’ that simply enter info to get rid of the popup.

    I use these techniques on my niches sites…. I still don’t have a popup on my main blog.

    • That is a wonderful idea, thanks Devon. Are you using the aWeber popup or a purchased one such as is on offer here?

      Have tried the aWeber on my blog, but not being personally impressed with landing on a blog with popup’s I only tried it for a week.

      However as you suggested this may be an option for niche sites.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Great idea Devin!

      I wonder how that will work on my blog since I mainly have video content here…

      For example, imagine someone watching one of my videos, and then 15 seconds later the popup window presents itself. They won’t be able to pause the video unless they just close the popup window…

      I can see how this will work really well with text blogs though…


  30. Yonatan

    You own popup shows too big. I can’t even see the email field.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      You must have a really small screen?

      I wonder if Michael’s software can “scale” itself down for smaller sized screens…


  31. I`m going to wait and see.

  32. [..YouTube..] @destalks That made me giggle too.

  33. Wordpress Blogging Tools

    I really dislike pop ups on my computer just because I have a small netbook so sometimes the exit buttons doesn’t show up and I can’t get out of the po up. Or I can’t subscribe to the pop up because it’s out of my screen! I know others have small pcs like mine and they get frustrated and leave too!

  34. 30DayAbsChallenge

    That made me giggle too.

  35. What could be interesting would be to know what the quality of the opt-ins is compared to the more understated approach. Chasing more and more subscribers is a bit like chasing turnover in a business: a business can turnover a billion dollars, which is useless if it costs it a billion and one dollars to do that. The trade off seems to be that a few existing followers will be turned off the site because of the pop-up, but that these are compensated for by a lot more sign ups. If the form is in your face a lot of people will casually sign up, some will even assume that they have to sign up to get rid of the pop up! (Never assume that everyone has your level of understanding).
    I have to say that I don’t personally like pop-ups, they are a big turn off and make me think a site has become a corporate money making machine, which when it has been grown as a caring sharing site with an understated commercial aspect is a bit of a problem. It seems that the weight of opinion is that pop-ups are nasty things, but that if it works then they can’t be so bad after all. If so many people have the opinion that they are bad then why do they work?
    Beware the false profits!

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Some good points there Russell!

      I think if a popup window is done in a “tasteful” manner, it does not have to he all that bad. Especially if you give people the easy option to just close the window etc.

      I have only seen positive results on my business for using popup forms. But other people may have different results.

      I have just made some changes to my popup form also so that it’s easier for people to stay on my site, as apposed to getting directed somewhere else after opting in.

      Thanks again for your feedback!


  36. Frank

    Hi Gideon, nice review which convinced me to purchased the popup domination based on your recommendation and of course the bonus you promised. And by the way, via your affiliate link.
    Already notified your support team, and it’s already 48 hours without any response. I will appreciate your, or their feedback.


    • Gideon Shalwick

      Patience my dear :)

      My assistant is currently getting everything ready for you and will send an email out to everyone with access details to the bonus videos…


  37. Vonalda

    Hi Gideon, thanks for addressing my last comment! :-)

    This may have been discussed and I missed it, but, once someone opts in, is their IP address stored/remembered so that they are not shown the pop-up ever again? Most annoying to be a subscriber and continue to get the pop-up, so this feature would totally rock!

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Vanolda

      There is a setting inside the software where you can tell it whether you want to repeatedly show the popup. Mine is set to once every 7 days.

      As far as I know, this is cookie based, and not IP address based. So if you clear your cookies, you will need to deal with the popup again. But perhaps this is a feature that Michael can build into his software.

      Actually, it would be fantastic if his software could figure out whether someone has already opted in and then never show them the form again based on that. Now that would rock!


  38. Vonalda

    Hey Gideon,
    Exactly! :-) Let us know what Michael says about that possibility!

    So if I visit the page and don’t clear my cookies, for example, and the popup is set for 7 days, if I come back on day 1-6, I won’t get the popup, but if I come back on day 8, I would…
    In other words, it has nothing to do with my opting in or not, just how many days have passed since I last visited the page? (Just want to make sure I’m understanding this correctly).

    • Gideon Shalwick

      In my case for my blog, at the moment, yes, you have it correct.

      But I could also set it so it only shows once to you ever… unless you clear your cookies again :)


  39. Jeff

    Hi Gideon,

    I have a question about your membership site, becomeablogger.com.

    Why have you decided to charge $47 for 6 mths instead of ongoing continuity? Have you found that people opt out after 6 months when there is constant continuity?

    Thanks for all your help.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hi Andy

      Two main reasons:

      1. If it continues forever, I have to create new content forever – not feasible :)

      2. By limiting it to 6 months, you actually get people to stay much longer on average. Statistics show that around 80% of people drop out of membership sits within the first 3 months. But with limiting it to only 6 months, people feel like they can handle that better… something finite as apposed to something infinite.

      So, you end up making more money as a result as well :)


  40. Hi Gideon,

    Great review. I would like to ask you how you managed to solve the problem of popup-domination overlapping with the videos on your blog. I have been facing this issue in my blog and have noticed this in your old video blog posts as well.

    Thank you,
    Prajwal Shinde

    • Gideon Shalwick

      I just use the Smart YouTube Plugin for embedding my videos. Works a treat!


  41. Hey Gideon,

    Popupdomination is a great plugin. But I have been facing issues that the pop up overlaps with the youtube video that I have embedded on to my blog. I have noticed that you have solved this problem somehow. Can you please share it with us if possible.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Sure thing! I use the Smart YouTube Plugin for embedding my videos, and that seems to fix the problem all by itself!

      Just google “Smart YouTube Plugin”, and you should be able to find it…


      • The Smart Youtube Plugin Didn’t solve the problem Gideon. I think I should try something else.

        • Gideon Shalwick

          Oh really? Did you download the latest version? Because I was under the impression that the latest version solves the issue…

          Can you please send me an email and perhaps I can send you some code that might fix the plugin for you…


          • I downloaded the latest version, but still facing the same problem. Should I email you at support[at]rapidvideoblogging.com, Gideon?

            • Gideon Shalwick

              yes, email me :)

  42. Dan

    Hi Gideon,

    Another great video from the Shalwick Stables! :) Thanks

    I have a question – I was planning to buy PUD for a sales page & I would like to know if it can be used as follows;

    can it be set-up so that if the visitor closes the sales page(i.e. he doesnt like the offer) or pushes the back button – the will the pop-up will appear ? and I can at least harvest his details ?

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hi Dan

      Not sure about this one…

      I think you’ll need to contact the people at PUD to give you a clear answer.

      Sorry I can’t help more!


  43. Hello Gideon, I’m a total newbie to blogging, lucky for me I stumbled across your site. Thanks so much for the great info. As for pop-up forms, they annoy me. It appears you and others get results from this, but when I’m searching for a product or information I hate it when a box pop-up and will often just leave the site. However, I am a newbie and if their are results to be had, I might explore this in the future. Thanks again!

  44. Hi Gideon:

    Great video review on PopUp Domination 2.0. I do agree, there are not many “holes” in that product … it’s pretty solid. But like you, I wish we could have more list points, and the ability to update the plugin automatically within WordPress. Maybe in 3.0???

    I also have a review on my blog for PopUp Dom 2.0, and I was looking up and down for a great video to complete it. Thankfully, I found yours on YouTube, and now I have your video on my site. Since you offer tons of value on your video, I had to include your on link on my site so my my visitors don’t get short-changed.

    I hope it’s okay w/ you.



    P.S. If any of your readers/visitors are having issues with WP-Cumulus displaying “through” PopUp Dom, they can select the “Transparent Mode” in two places: (1) WP-Cumuls Setting and (2) Widget Setting. That seems to fix the problem.

  45. Kyle Ulch

    Hey Gideon,

    How can I get ahold of you to do a quick 10 minute email interview for a project in my University Class? It’s for an entrepreneurship class.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hey Kyle

      Please forward your request to support[at]rapidvideoblogging.com (replace [at] with @).


  46. i try to follow the rule of thumb, of treating a visitor with the respect i would want in return. or if i was a reader, how would i like to be treated. not just a squeeze chute for lining the sheep up to get sheared. rather as one real person to another. I know i will lag behind in numbers. but i think i reach my reader on a closer/ friendlier level sooner/ more often.

  47. Does Aweber’s Hover ad not have a good conversion or something? I like to create a image on photo shop and then use that as a background image in Aweber and just tab my forms.

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  49. It is amazing to me that popup overlays work as well as they do, but I encourage all of you to try them on your blogs. Your loyal readers will likely subscribe to your email list and then you can create useful and profitable email newsletters.

  50. I LOVE this product – thanks, Gideon, because I bought it on your recommendation. I know some people don’t like ’em … but popups do work?

    Do you know if there’s a way to make these work with video? I wrote to the PopUp Domination support team, but so far have gotten no response. Surelye there must be a way to make that work … it’s the only thing I think that would take this product over the edge of awesome for me!


    • Gideon Shalwick

      Ah now making them work with video would be just excellent!

      I will see if I can get in touch with their team and whether they can develop something that can do video as well…

      Talk soon Andrea!


  51. Flare

    Whats the difference between popup domination vs the lightbox optin form from aweber? Other than the appearance, both look the same to me. Awebers is already free… if you are signed up with their service of course.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Hi Flare

      PUD is much easier to use in my view. And if I understand it right, it uses some clever algorithms to make sure that it actually does not get blocked by browsers like so many other popup forms do. So, you end up serving your form to more people, and hence your list grows faster as a result.


      • I think it is more or less the same, in terms of popup blocking. But the PUD seems to accommodate much larger size image and won’t break the popup window, whereas Aweber’s is template, over certain width or height, the box will look ugly, Flare you can have a test.

        I am still considering PUD, I hope you will have some findings to share

  52. Its a great plugin. But it seems to pop up every single time in Firefox…Even though I set the number of days to show after close to “0”. Anyone else seeing this happening with Firefox?

    It should only show up once for the person right?

  53. I find them very annoying

  54. Josh

    Doubling is increased by 100%, increased by 200% is tripling.

    • Gideon Shalwick

      Oops thanks Josh! Math has never been my strong point! lol!

  55. It is a good looking pop up and nearly everybody who does marketing online uses them. I just recently started considering using one because everybody who sells their products on Clickbanks uses them. Yes they are annoying, that being said I will check out the offer.

  56. becherguy

    video too long… cut down to what matters… other than that.. Good!

  57. great plug in, it is very powerful to increase my list

  58. SARMA1956

    I cant believe this is actually free whoa!

  59. I am really interested to increase my site’s traffic via video and I am commenting even before I read the ebook. I think it adds value. Thanks man.

  60. MrUniqueGames

    Saad its not free. :-(

  61. olaf shiel

    Hi Gideon,

    Very useful videos. It’s really all about chipping away at the percentages to increase signups.
    On that note, which software allows you to pause the video to encourage people to sign up? Pretty nifty!


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