Automatic Email Responder: How To Build A Massive Subscriber List Using Nothing But Free Ecourses (part 1)

Posted on February 17, 2007. Filed under: autoresponders |

Here are a few tips for using your free ecourses to build your automatic email responder list.

You might want to print these out or save them on your computer because every tip that I will be giving you has been proven to work online for getting new subscribers. And you can prove it yourself by trying them out with your current list.

Here they are:

1. Offer your course as a free bonus for purchasing one of your main products or services. People will buy your products quicker when you offer a bonus.

2. When you write and give away a free course you will become known as an expert. This’ll gain people’s trust and they will buy your main product quicker.

3. Allow others to add your free course to their own product packages. Their customers will see your ad when they purchase.

4. People love to get freebies. A free autoresponder course is perfect. They will visit your web site to get the free valuable information.

5. Allow people to receive your course for free, if they give you the e-mail addresses of 3 to 5 friends or associates that would be interested.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith


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One Response to “Automatic Email Responder: How To Build A Massive Subscriber List Using Nothing But Free Ecourses (part 1)”

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Great idea Keir,

People love getting free things. An added bonus will almost always skyrocket your opt-ins. It doesnn’t even really matter what the free bonus is, just the fact of getting something is always appealing.

I also like your idea of letting a few people try it out the course for free, in exchange of a few referrals. Referrals lead to whole new markets, and can open an entirely new market you may have never reached.

Brad Young

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