I have just picked up one of the newest popup email list builders. I figured why not create an Engagifire Review post and show you exactly why I decided to pick up this product.
Now if you have been on my site before, then you know that I am already the owner of Thrives Leads plugin. I picked it up at a 90% discount because I had purchased Hybrid Connect. Which I never really used because I didn’t really like it.
Why I Purchased Engagifire
I decided to pick up Engagifire because it comes with an easy to use WordPress plugin that easily adds your email optin forms to your WordPress blog and HTML websites.
That is the one thing missing from Thrives Leads plugin. Now I absolutely love the Thrives Lead plugin and I have yet to write a review for it. But that is on my next to-do list.
Is Engagifire Right For Your Business?
First of all, if you purchase it during the launch, you get the best deal. It is a one time payment and you get a lifetime license without having to worry about paying anything else at all. These are the types of products that I like. I hate it when the product creator expects you to pay monthly subscriptions.
I don’t know about you, but I hate having to pay my monthly utility bills. The last thing that I want to do is pay a monthly subscription to add an email optin box to my WordPress or HTML websites.
They state on the main sales page that after the launch, they will turn it into a $47 per month subscription…so if you’re sitting on the fence and trying to decide if its the right plugin for you….then you need to decide quickly because you will miss out on the discount duration…you may end up paying a whole lot more for this plugin.
I picked up the Unlimited Sites deal, because I figured it was the multi-site license only allows installation on 5 sites. I don’t know about you, but I have more than 5 WordPress and HTML websites online.
An Inside Peak At Engagifire
I wanted to create a quick video that shows you the inside of the Engagifire dashboard. This video will give you an inside peak at the hottest digital product, SAAS drag and drop builder. Watch this Engagifire Review
If you’re in the Internet marketing niche then you know that Lead Monster just launched this week as well. While I can’t comment on how great Lead Monster is because I don’t personally own it.
After reviewing both Engagifire and Lead Monster, I chose Engagifire. One of the reasons that it beat out Lead Monster is because it had better looking optin-boxes. Of course you will want to do your due diligence to find out which one will work best for you.
The Purpose of Engagifire
If you have a blog or any type of website online, then you know that your main purpose should be to build your subscribers list. We’ve all heard the saying that most people won’t buy from you till they have at least seven interactions.
That means if they visit your site and leave without taking any action, then you’ve lost that traffic for good.
Well this Engagifire review was written to let you know that you can get more visitors without annoying your visitors.
As you can see from the video you can basically create any type of optin-box for your site. If you are an Amazon affiliate, you will love the fact that you can embed your Amazon affiliate ID and send people directly to Amazon for products that you’re promoting.
Product creators have the opportunity to promote and embed their PayPal link directly into the box.
I know what you’re thinking, I hate popups. Well so did I, in fact, I didn’t use popups for a long time. I thought that they were intrusive and annoying. The great thing is that you can go into settings and decide when you want your popups to display.
You can have them display when people exit your site or set the popup based on a timer you set. The Engagifire Review video I created just touched on a few things inside the dashboard. Once you get your copy…you’ll be amazed at how easy it is to use this plugin. If you enjoyed this Engagifire Review you can pick up your copy here.