How To Launch Leadboxes From An Image Instead Of Text

I was super excited to hear that Clay Collins and the great folks over at LeadPages introduced a new feature called Leadboxes. A Leadbox is an optin/email box that is super easy to create and can be launched from text, video’s or images. You can see what it looks like below:

Leadboxes

 

When reading a few of the blog posts announcing Leadboxes, I noticed that several people asking about how you can launch a Leadbox from an image. The code you get from your Leadbox is automatically setup to be launched as text so there is a slight change you’ll need to make to have it launch from an image instead. Luckily, I quickly figured it out and I will show you how to launch your Leadbox so it comes up when someone clicks on an image. 

To make it easier, I’ve got a video below but for those of you who would rather read it, here it is in text 🙂

This is an example of the code you get when you generate a Leadbox:

lead box code

 

That code is automatically designed to launch your Leadbox from TEXT, not an image. To launch your box from an image instead, you have to make 1 small change to the code as follows:

Delete: Click here to subscribe to my mailing list

And replace that with: <image src=”http://www.yourwebsite.com/images/yourimagename.jpg” 

Note: In the above line, enter your own website and the path to your image etc. 

That’s all there is to it! Once you make that small change, your Leadbox will be launching from the image you chose and it will work perfectly for you. 

Have a look at my video below showing how it’s done:

 

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