Autoresponders: How To Use Them To Build Your Subscriber List (part 2)

Posted on February 21, 2007. Filed under: autoresponders |

Now that part 1 is in the books are you ready for part 2?

Alrighty then, here you go.

You can use your autoresponder to:

4. Create mailing lists. Inform subscribers to your articles when you’ve written new ones that they may want to publish in their own newsletter or website.

5. Automate your sales process. Use an ad to insure repeated exposure of your message. In your ad, put your autoresponder address where a visitor will be exposed to numerous marketing materials. This multiplies the chances of converting visitors into customers. For example, if you’re selling a particular product, put testimonials about how spectacular it is on your autoresponder, and add a detailed, enticing description of your product.

6. Distribute advertising rates. Let’s say you sell advertising on your website or in your newsletter. Set your autoresponder to send the information about rates and how to place an ad automatically to all prospects email addresses. Then have your autoresponder follow-up. It can also send notification of any special deals you are currently offering.

Part 2 is over and done with. We’ll be moving on to part 3 soon and you don’t want to mis that one.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

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