The importance of list building is legend but after you’ve convinced someone to subscribe to your list, then what?
You want to build a relationship with your subscribers and engage them so they will remain a subscriber and come to know, like and trust you.
Sounds good but it also sounds like a lot of work.
You see, these services let you put in a sequence of e-mails ahead of time and then the service send them out not only in the proper sequence but at the proper time you decide upon.
It does this with what’s called and “autoresponder sequence.” These are pre-created e-mails where you tell the service when to send the e-mail — this next thing is important here — in relationship to when the person subscribed.
I go into that a little more down below but wanted you to understand the basic concept of the service.
But, even with a service like Aweber, the question is, what do you say in the autoresponder sequence to build that relationship and engage your subscribers so they can know, like and trust you?
That is very most important question and what we’re going to look at…
You probably know about my 3 Pillars of Guaranteed Success (if you don’t, you should :-).
All of my business efforts are aimed at the Pillars so that I keep focused on only those items that will bring success and don’t get seduced into all those other attractive but distracting opportunities.
In this series of blog posts, I am going to show you 4 things you’re probably doing wrong that can accelerate the success you can get. They work very well with the 3 Pillars but they also work well if you don’t have the 3 Pillars foundation, just not as well as with that foundation.
Continue reading 4 Things You’re Probably Doing Wrong and Don’t Even Realize
This is just my second post on this new blog but this will be something a bit different…
I’ve sent a few more e-mails lately than I normally do and they’ve included some promotions that I’ve thought could help.
This apparently bothers some people and they complained that I’ve “turned into a marketer” or “that I am just like all the rest”.
My initial reaction was…