What Should You Put In Your Autoresponders First Couple Of Messages That Will Make Your Readers Trust You Much Quicker

Posted on March 7, 2007. Filed under: autoresponders |

Hey, would you like to know how to get off to a good start with building a relationship with your readers?

Then try this.

Pay attention to your autoresponder sequence. Specifically the first couple of messages.

Keep in mind that you are not trying to sell them anything here, your just trying to establish a relationship. Your building up to the point where you can recommend them something.

So what should your first message contain?

In your first message you should offer a thank you along with any freebies that you might have promised them for signing up.

Your next couple of emails should be spaced out between 3 – 6 days a part. You can test that idea out to see which number works best for you.

I personally have found 3 days apart to be a good starting point.

Next, your messages should contain useful information.

=> Useful websites

=> Useful content

=> Useful links

And keep providing them with information that moves them forward towards their goal.

Then in time you will be able to make product recommendations that will generate new sales for your business.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith



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