Building your own list is one of the best things you can do for your online business. Having a massive list is the one sure way to generate huge profits. You can expect to earn about one dollar every month for each person on your list. An productive and growing list can catapult your profits to levels you only dreamed of. An effective list building campaign can gather 15 to 20 new subscribers each day. This works out to about 500 subscribers each month and nearly 6000 people each year. And remember, that means that your income will grow by that amount. Wouldn’t you like a $500 raise every month at your regular job?
But how do you get people to subscribe to your list? Following are the steps you need to take to effectively grow your list.
1. Develop your own niche. Everything you do should be related to a single subject. Your subscribers will all be interested in this topic, after all, that is why they joined your list.
2. Create a targeted web site that includes lots of content related to your niche. Give people a reason to come to your site. Provide hard to find information that they cannot find elsewhere.
3. Provide free articles, information and downloads on your web site. This will increase your traffic and get you referrals.
4. Put a sign in box on every page of your site. Give them good reasons to subscribe.
5.Develop a good squeeze page that you market exclusively. That is, all of your marketing efforts should link to this squeeze page. Provide plenty of bulleted benefits to joining your list. Make effective use of bold colors and large headlines.
6. Get a good autoresponder. An autoresponder is a necessity to maintain a list.
7. Build a good relationship with members of your list. Send them lots of valuable free stuff. When promoting a particular product to your list, make sure it is a good quality item. Never recommend something that is crap.
By using the techniques outlined above, you are on your way to growing a large and profitable list. So start building that massive list and generate those huge profits. Your bank account will thank you for it!
>By Jo Mark