List Building From Scratch

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Dear Friend,

Every "guru" and so called "marketer's" out there are telling you to build a list, build a list, build a list, the money's in the list...

You already know how valuable and powerful having your own list is - You literally make money by sending out an offer to your list of subscribers, providing you share valuable content.

But how do you build your list with absolutely:

NO marketing knowledge

NO network of marketing partners and joint ventures

NO product

NO Offer, and

NO clue where the heck to start? Considering there's so many things you need to know - Autoresponders, opt-ins, newsletters/ezines, writing emails that sell, what to offer to your list, monetizing your list, how to get subscribers to open your emails, best times to email and more.
It's a pain in the rear!

So I've done something about it, and I'd like to share it with you.

Introducing...

'List Building From Scratch'



Inside this special report you'll discover:

Why having your own list is essential to your business. Knowing these facts will give you an advantage over the majority of online marketers who are doing it the wrong way.

The bare essentials you need to get started building a list of thousands. Inside I reveal the sites and tools I use to build my list.

How to write and design your "squeeze page" for maximum results. Use these special tactics to get as much of your site visitors to opt-in to your squeeze page.

Psychological triggers that'll make your offer irresistible to your site visitors. You'll discover the most effective words that get maximum results.

Why you should stress out the benefits, not the features of your offer.

How to write a powerful, captivating headline that will surely get the attention of your visitors.

Examples of squeeze pages and landing pages with the right elements.

How to get heavy traffic to your squeeze page so you can build a list of thousands. Here are some tactics for getting people to your site.

How to test and track your squeeze page for best results. How do you find out whether your headline is working? You test is. Here are free tools you can use to test every element of your squeeze page...

How to milk your list for everything it's worth. Building your list is one thing, and making money from it is another. Here are BIG ways to squeeze as much cash from every subscriber.

+ much, much more!
On top of all that, you'll also discover...

30 proven ways to rapidly build your list. Want to rapidly build your list? Here are 30 powerful ways...

10 different types of content you can send out to your list that always works. Running out of ideas on what to end out? Here are 10 content types.

So How Much is All This Worth To You?

The fact is, you can sit around hoping you'll find that magic pill that'll bring you riches (which would never happen) or starting building your business the right way by creating a long term asset -- your email list.

So really, how much is a list of 1,000, 5,000, 10,000 or even 100,000 worth to you?

Marketers have worked out that a subscriber is worth approximately $1 per month. If you have a list of just 2,500, that's $2,500 you'd be making every month. This, of course, is only if you sell something to your list.

You can get everything today for just $1.35.

Introduction – Your List = Your
Asset
You might wonder why it’s a good idea to build a list. After all, it probably
seems like a lot of work to find prospects, get them to accept emails from
you, and find new things to send out to them on a regular basis.
You might also think it will take a lot of hard work to get people to buy. You
know that you can’t just send them low-grade content and expect them to
buy simply because you sent them an email.
And if you think these things, you’re right: building a list is very hard. And
making sales from lists is also hard. It takes time and it takes attention to
detail to do things right. And this is exactly why many marketers never do
it.
But that is their mistake. You aren’t going to make that same mistake.
Building a list and marketing to it is one of the most profitable things you
can do in IM; and this guide is going to show you how to do exactly how to
go about it.
So why is building an email list a good idea? There are many reasons, but
these five are probably the most important:
i. Building lists allows you to reduce the cost of acquiring new
customers. Contrary to what you might think, it is much, much
cheaper (on a unique-sale basis) to presell and pitch to one person
until she buys than it is to pitch to different people...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014967013
  • Publisher: 99 ¢ eStore, save to buy more
  • Publication date: 6/11/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 45
  • File size: 332 KB

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