FIVE POWER AUTORESPONDER AND OPT-IN EMAIL LISTS TIPS
#1: Content, Content!
Content is what makes the web-go-round so.... If you haven't done this already then it's
time to create a content site. One that is on the same topic as the list that you are building or planning to build.
Include lots of keyword rich articles so that you get traffic from the search engines, then make sure you add an opt
in email form on all of your pages, so that people that enjoyed your articles can sign up for your list.
Keep in mind that you don't have to write all the content yourself. You can hire a ghostwriter to write the articles
for you or you can purchase ready made articles and even ready made websites theses days. Just do an Internet search for "private label content" and you will find endless possibilities.
#2: Gifts - Everyone loves a free gift
Offer a free gift as an incentive for people to sign up for your list. This is a tested and proven method to increase
the number of people that subscribe to your list. The gift that you offer doesn't have to be anything expensive, but it should be something that is perceived as useful and
valuable to the people that you want to subscribe to your list.
For instance if your Web site is about dogs, then you could offer a free report on dog grooming. If you sell
software you could offer a free trial download. Just make sure your gift is something of great value to your potential subscribers and you will have people eagerly joining your list.
Contests are great, because everyone likes to win! Start a contest on your site. Give away something of real value
to the winner of the contest. Of course they have to join the contest by signing up to your list.
This will give you the privilege of contacting them in the future. Make sure that whatever you are giving away is
relevant to the topic of your site and that it something that will to encourage people to want to enter and win.
#4: Joint Ventures
If you already have a list and you are looking to get
more subscribers then it's time to work a little trade (joint venture).