How To Use An Autoresponder

Posted on March 5, 2007. Filed under: autoresponders |

I’m going to share with you a simple autoresponder sequence that you can use to start building credibility with your readers that will ultimately lead to the sale.

I hope you’ve got your pen and paper ready.

Here it is.

1. Your first message should deliver the information that you promised. This should happen immediately.

2. Your next message should offer more information about your initial product. This message should be sent at least 1 day after message 1.

3. In your next message you need to mix in information about your product along with free information. This message should be sent 1 day after message 2.

4. In your next message you can use a soft sell for your product while still providing free information. This message should be sent 1 day after message 3.

5. And now the clincher. In your next message you send out free information..but this time you tell them all the ways that they will benefit. This message should be sen 1 day after message 4.

And that’s it.

You can play around with other messages in the sequence…but what I just gave you is a easy way to get started.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

http://imttt.blogspot.com

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