I have been around in the internet marketing world for seven years now and I still remember like it was yesterday getting my very first email address on my mailing list. It felt so amazing that somebody wanted to listen to what I had to say. It’s like when you have your own shop and you get that first customer in and they buy your products. You will always remember the first.
So, here we start our A to Z Blogging Challenge at myeasyonlinepay.com, and if there was one subscription that I could never live without in my business I would have to say that it is Aweber.
A business without an autoresponder is not a business.
I never really got into the other autoresponders because I always felt disappointed by them, but with Aweber, it is just so fresh and easy to use. So, let me give you a brief outline of what this fantastic Aweber service does.
I’m sure that you don’t need me to tell you how profitable it can be to have your own mailing list but so many people seem to be completely puzzled by how to build a mailing list. I am not only going to show you how to build a mailing list but also how to increase your number of subscribers by 50% or more.
A squeeze page is a web page that’s used for the purpose of getting people to opt in to your newsletter or mailing list by entering their name and email address. A squeeze page generally doesn’t have as much copy as a sales letter, but most squeeze pages have some teaser text and bullet points.
Here’s another phrase you’ll grow sick of: The gold is in the list. You might get weary of hearing it, but it’s smacking you in the face for a reason – it’s the truth! First of all, let’s answer the question, “What is a list?”
A list in Internet marketing terms is a database of contact information for your prospects. So if you have a product or promote products about gardening and I sign up for your list, I’m a prospect that you can market to repeatedly until I unsubscribe.
This is a guest post written by Lauren Bailey
People are highly competitive by nature, and winning is always a great feeling. You can take advantage of this innate competitive drive by offering a giveaway on your blog. Even if there is no actual contest involved and the winner is simply drawn from a hat, as long as there is a prize to be won, you can still garner plenty of excitement and attention to your blog and gain some more followers in the process. However, there are some things to keep in mind when you are looking to drive up your blog’s traffic with a simple giveaway.
When I’m looking through the various internet marketing forums I can almost guarantee that the subject of Adswaps will make an appearance every few weeks. Questions will be asked about how to set up an Adswap and the steps that must be taken to ensure that the campaign is a successful one as well as asking if anyone can recommend reputable websites that are willing to participate in this form of advertising.