Automatic Email Responder: How To Build A Massive Subscriber List Using Nothing But Free Ecourses (part 2)

Posted on February 18, 2007. Filed under: autoresponders |

Ok..if you read part one of this series then you’ll remember that I said that I would be giving you some ideas about how you could build your opt in list by using nothing but free ecourse’s delivered by automatic email responders.

I gave you 5 tips.

Well, I have 5 more tips for you today. Check them out.

6. Allow other people to give away your free course. This will increase the number of people that will see your ad in the course.

7. You could trade advertising space in your course for other forms of advertising. It could be banner ads, e-zine ads, web site ads, etc.

8. Gain new leads by having people sign up and give you their contact info before they can receive your autoresponder course.

9. Give away the autoresponder course as a free gift to your current customers as a way of letting them know you appreciate their business.

10. Give away the course to people that join your affiliate program. This will increase the number of people that sign-up.

Thats all for now.

Keir Smith

P.S. Make sure you check back soon, because I will be giving you part three of the series.


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