In this fourth thank you page example, you can see how keeping things simple, gets straight to the point.
In this example, the website owner, merely tells the prospect to go and check their email.
There are no steps and there are no screenshots.
There are no links to download anything.
On the plus side, this is very simple - people know exactly what they're supposed to do, and they will go to their inbox.
(Or at least some of them will).
This is perhaps too simple an approach because it doesn't include any steps of what to do.
There's no repeated benefits of the freebie, and no great incentive for people to dig out the email that's just been sent.
However, if you're short on time or experience this straight to the point example can work.
Now let's move on to the next example...