Are you trying to build a list, but starting from scratch? Worry not, we’re here to help! Here’s a great strategy that will help you build a list in as little as 30 days.
If you want to quickly build a responsive email list in the next 30 days — especially if you’re just starting online and don’t have a lot of money — the following strategy can get the job done.
Here’s the story:
I wrote hundreds of ezine articles. I tried setting up joint ventures with other list owners. I even added loads of fresh content to my site hoping to attract search engine traffic and leads.
All of these things were helpful, but they didn’t deliver the big “hit” I wanted.
Then one day, I decided to try something completely different. Something entirely obvious …
Hardly anyone was doing what I was going to attempt (must less teaching it).
What I did was “trade” writing a half dozen press releases to a marketer I knew (who had a big email list) in exchange for plugging my site a set number of times to his list over the course of a month.
Did it work? Oh yeah!
In fact, it only took a few hours to write the press releases, and every time he plugged my site a new batch of leads came in like clockwork. Before long my list was up and running with dozens of fresh, new responsive subscribers.
The total cost? A few hours of my time doing something I enjoyed.
And guess what?
Keep reading here: How to Build a First-Class Email List in 30 Days — from Scratch
Want to know how to create a great email incentive to help you build your mailing list? Here’s a look at the importance of email, as well as a step-by-step guide to creating interest with your list!
A Step-by-Step Guide for Creating a Magnetic Email Incentive
People often ask, “What’s the most important thing I need to do in building my platform?” My answer? ‟Develop a robust email list.” It may just be easier than you think.
When I first started blogging, I thought traffic was everything. Same with social media—the more followers the better, right?
When it comes to leveraging the power of a personal platform, those metrics only form part of the picture. In fact, they can be little more than vanity metrics. Here’s why.
The Power of Email
Following a blog or Twitter feed is a low-threshold transaction. It doesn’t cost the reader anything, and the lower the investment, the easier it is to lose interest. Easy come, easy go.
But once someone gives you their email address, they’re upping their investment in you and your message. They’re willing to listen on a level others may not be.
They are also giving you something incredibly valuable: permission to communicate with them at a deeper, more intimate level.
That means the most important metric when you’re building a personal platform is your number of email subscribers. Everything else is secondary.
Read more here: A Step-by-Step Guide for Creating a Magnetic Email Incentive
Looking for a way to build your mailing list without all the headache and fuss? Here’s a guide of what you really need to build a list easily!
List Building Made Easy
When it comes to succeeding online there is no doubt that having a list of your own is a major factor. When it comes time to promote the reality will be that you either have a list or are at the mercy of those who do.
There is so much published, and so many products sold, about list building that confusion can set in.
List building, at its core, is actually very simple. It’s a multi-step process that works every time it is used.
Here are a few keys to successfully building your list, and profiting from that list once it’s built.
A target audience
It has often been said that “you can’t hit a target you can’t see.” So true.
I find that many people who want to make money online, and want to build their list, don’t take the time to think about their potential audience.
One of the best ways to do this is to draw a profile of the person who might join your list.
Here are a few clarifying questions that might help …
- Do you want to reach men or women or both?
- What stage of development are they in? Newbies? Experienced?
- What is their most pressing problem?
- How can what you offer solve their problem?
- What alternatives to what you offer do they have?
- Just answering a few of these questions can get you closer to having an “avatar” of your ideal subscriber or customer.
Something of value to give
Facts are facts. People join your list more easily when you offer them something. After all, they have a problem and are wanting a solution, or they would not have visited your site.
So offer them something of value. Something unique.
Continue Reading: List Building Made Easy – CharliePage.com