Are You doing These 2 Things To Weed Out Freebie Seekers From Your Opt In List?

Posted on March 6, 2007. Filed under: Opt in email marketing |

Try this tip out for attracting more paying customers to your opt in list.

Talk about things in your messages that only buyers are interested in and not what freebie seekers might want to learn about.

If you are building your list for profit, then you will need to learn how to get your readers to spend money. That task becomes much harder if your list is filled with freebie seekers.

Another great idea is to talk about money in your messages. Specifically having to spend money.

Beginners and freebie seekers will subscribe to your list in droves if you use a message like “how to build your opt in list using these 5 free marketing tools”…but they will never graduate to becoming a paying customer because beginners sometimes are unwilling to pay for the right knowledge.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith


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One Response to “Are You doing These 2 Things To Weed Out Freebie Seekers From Your Opt In List?”

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Great point here. Nobody wants to fill their list with the freebie seekers. We all want the good old buyers. Great point to weed them out before they ever even opt in. That should knock out a high percentage of them right off the bat, so you can put your focus where it needs to be, making money.

Keep it up,


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