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7 Deadly Website Sins – Gluttony

Me chowing down on a burger and your website. What a combo.

How much do you ask for when people sign-up for something on your site? Seen any examples of insane requests? Do you want a burger now? Comment below!

Like the vid? It’s from my Un-Bootcamp, a 5 week online course to help you UnMarket your business.

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com www.marketing-with-email.com

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.nThe only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it’s relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it’s a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.n

  • http://www.marketing-with-email.com Dr. Z

    I agree with your video a 100% in fact as a person who is responsible for email campaigns, I can tell you that best practices within the email industry state to not collect more information then you need to.
    The only way I can see a site asking for more information is if it's relevant to the business (for example if they need to segment the list for some reason in the future) or if it's a retail site and they need this information to know where you are located and what type of products you are interested in to send you emails on featured items that are specific to where you are located. For example boots in the winter in Canada.

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  • http://www.womenwhofeelgood.com Joanne

    Great video (not fancying the burger much though, you looked like you were in pain lol) – I know myself that I don’t want to bother signing up when people ask for so much and I leave their list just as quickly if they oversell straight away…

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    That looks so fun:P

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    Sign up is on the right hand. The question is optional. I do need to look at having them asked the question on the thank you page (need to work on customizing it anyway.)

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    I think its important for others coming in to your world for the first time to know that. Looking forward to learning more about your Un-Marketing Bootcamp.