1 Quick Website Tweak That'll Grow Your List In 10 Minutes Or Less – Kimberly Gosney

I love making tweaks to my website and today I wanted to share with you 1 quick website tweak that’ll grow your list in 10 minutes or less.

This tweak helps you start making headway towards the BIGGER than life task of growing your list while giving you the added benefit of fully utilizing the most important spot on your entire website.


We’re talking about the header image section of your home page today.

It’s flat out the most important spot (and most viewed place) on your site and I’d encourage you to go for it with this 1 quick website tweak and start growing your list (and your business) like cupcakes and frosting.

Don’t think of your header as a static thing that only changes when you “re-brand” your website.

I’ve been using this tweak for the past four or five months now and I know it works.

Now, I’m sharing this tweak with you!


Enjoy and if you love this quick tweak pop a comment in below or share this quick tweak with a friend.


  1. Ferris Jay on August 31, 2016 at 3:25 pm

    I love it – nice and simple and effective. It also gave me a great idea, as someone who has several opt ins for different segments of my audience, that I could link it to a page with all those free resources. I might just try that out. Thanks for the tip Kimberly.

    • Kimberly Gosney on August 31, 2016 at 4:10 pm

      YAY Ferris this makes me sooooo happy. This is the perfect way to go for your free resources. Can’t wait to see it on your site. Hugs <3

  2. Pattymac Knits on November 10, 2016 at 8:19 pm

    Thanks Kimberly!!! I will give it a try. I love the tip for using Popup Ally. I’ve been wanting to add some content upgrades throughout my blog, and this would work so well. I don’t want to have a ton of separate lists in MailChimp though. It makes emailing the list a royal pain, because I have to do an email for each list. And I pretty much send everyone the same thing. How would I deliver the freebie the new sign up without having to do a separate list every time I add something new?

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