Explode Your Sales By Building Your Own Opt-In List!


    Top 10 Ways to Quickly Build Your List

    Have you ever wondered how many times you have
    heard this comment/suggestion/mantra from the gurus:


    If you are trying to market on the internet;
    probably, too many times for you to count.

    Unfortunately, it's also true - the real successful
    marketers build a loyal and faithful list of subscribers.

    This is nothing new - we usually buy things from
    people we know and trust.

    We regularly go back to our favorite shops/stores/dealers
    because we trust them and know we will get a quality
    product or service.

    It's not surprising then that your opt-in list can
    be one of your most effective marketing tools.

    If we agree that we have to build it - just how is it done?

    Many of these same gurus don't tell us how or charge
    us an "arm and a leg" to find their precious "secrets".

    Well, save your money!

    Here are 10 simple, quick and easy ways to build that
    all important list.

    1. Location Put your subscribe box or link on all
    pages of your website. Make sure it is at the top of your
    home page - usually the right hand side. Some marketers put
    it at the top and bottom of their pages!

    2. Use Pop-up Add a pop-up. They might be annoying
    but they work! Place an exit pop-up and offer some
    free 'goodies' for subscribing to your list. Free
    ebook/membership/report. Anything of quality.

    3. Benefits Describe the benefits of signing up.
    The "What's in it for me" question. List reasons one must
    have your ezine. Quality information should be at the top of
    your list.

    4. Free Keep it free! Offer an ecourse for free -
    five or six lessons over a period of time. This will also
    help you build a relationship with your subscribers.

    5. Repeat No. 4 Offer a free ebook or two!! Your
    own or some of the high quality ones floating around - pick
    one that lets you brand it with your own affiliate links.

    6. Articles Write articles (like this one) for
    other ezines and sites. In the author's resource box place a
    link to your ezine/list subscription form. Here's a few
    places to submit your articles to get you started:

    7. Entertain Make sure you keep your hard won
    subscribers by writing an entertaining and informative
    newsletter. Basically, describe what works for you in an
    interesting way. Write it as if you're chatting to your
    subscriber over a cup of coffee or something a little stronger!

    8. Use a Sig File Put your ezine link in your
    signature file and use it with every e-mail that you send.
    You will be surprised at how many e-mails you do send and
    the number of sign-ups you will get. Again, point out the
    benefits of joining your ezine.

    9. Be Yourself Write or make your own products.
    Name recognition does count! Many free directories and sites
    will list your free product if it's written by you - this
    can be a great source of subscribers.

    Can't write - then get permission and compile a list of
    articles by others into an ebook. This can be a quick
    and fast way to get your name linked to high quality
    information and marketers. Again, quality counts.

    10. Viral, Viral, Viral Make your list viral. Ask
    readers to pass it on to their friends and their lists. If
    they like your ezine or you - they will.

    If you're having trouble building your list - don't give
    up until you try these ten simple steps. Many of these steps
    can be done in just a few hours of work and you will see a
    healthy increase in the number of subscribers to your ezine
    or list.

    Go get 'em!


    EXPLODE YOUR SALES by building your OWN OPT-IN LIST!
    Get a Step-by-Step Guide that will show you How to
    Start, Build & Manage your OWN HUGE Opt-In List!
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