Autoresponders: How To Use Them To Build Your Subscriber List (part 1)

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

Ok…here is the first part of a 4 part series on how to get the most bang for your buck with autoresponders.

You can use your autoresponder to:

1. Publish a newsletter. Your newsletter can keep your visitors informed about your services or products, while building your reputation as a credible expert in your particular business.

2. Publish a newsletter only for your affiliates. Inform them of current sales you are running and of promotional material that your affiliates can use to increase their commissions. Include tips, advice, and techniques that your affiliates can use to successfully go out and promote your business.

3. Write reviews. Cover books, software, music, e-books, movies, etc., and put each review in an autoresponder. Review your affiliate programs, using a link to your affiliate’s page in your autoresponder.

Well, those are the first 3 tips.

Memorize them and put them to use in your business.

Also, be on the look out for part 2 of this series. It will be coming up pretty soon.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

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