8 Surefire Tips for Building a Massive Mailing List

8 Surefire Tips for Building a Massive Mailing List Avatar Posted by bigmoneyweb under Strategy
From http://www.businessgross.com 464 days ago
Made Hot by: dEvangelize on January 12, 2013 12:04 pm
You may have read it many times – or even gotten sick of reading – the popular saying that “the money is in the list”. But it’s true. As an online entrepreneur, you need a very strong email list, as it helps make your marketing efforts count.

Leaving an email list out of your online marketing goals would deprive you of many customers – loyal customers.

So, here are eight surefire tips on how you can build an email list easily, ethically, and quickly:

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Written by lyceum
462 days ago

I will soon start with two newsletters (in on Swedish and one in English). The long-range goal is to build a good list of readers and listeners of my content creation that could lead to future business based on the V.C.P (visibility, credibility, profitability) process (created by Dr. Ivan Misner of BNI).



Written by bigmoneyweb
464 days ago

Thanks for your comment tcamba.. So happy you found it very useful.



Written by tcamba
464 days ago

I have learned useful tips in reading article like this. Thank you for reminding me about the power of having a good email list . If I decide to promote a new product, I can instantly inform all my potential customers. List building should be in my agenda!



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