Add 100+ Subscribers to Your List… in the Next 30 Days!
Some gurus may try to tell you that email marketing is dead, but don’t believe them. From the dawn of the internet, building an email list has proven to be a vitally important way to stay in touch with your customers, clients, and prospects. So, don’t believe the naysayers…email marketing is alive and well. Let’s discuss adding subscribers to your list…
We’re going to walk through some strategies for adding new subscribers to your list in the next 30 days. I highly recommend completing all of them and I have crafted this post so that each step builds upon the last.
However, don’t get overwhelmed thinking you have to implement these all at once! Every one of these strategies work, both alone and in conjunction with the other methods, so begin with the strategy that resonates with you most, then branch off and try the other methods after your first opt-in is in place.
Just as you can make the most amount of money with multiple income streams, so can you attract more email subscribers by utilizing multiple methods. You can count on your email list as a steady stream of income provided you build a targeted list and keep your offers relevant to your audience. However, you have to get started first with these strategies, so let’s get started!
What You Need First to Add Subscribers to Your List
Wishful thinking that your website visitors will remember your URL once they leave your site is NOT how to market your business! How frequently have you walked into a room and forgotten why? With all of the internet’s distractions, do NOT rely on people to remember you.
Instead, give those web visitors a reason to leave their email addresses with you to stay in touch. Once they grant you permission to contact them again, you can customize your offers and make more sales. The more you stay in touch with your email list, the more your audience will know, like, and trust you, thereby increasing your sales and overall revenue.
First, sign up with an email marketing provider. Gmail or Yahoo Mail isn’t a professional look and those platforms won’t allow you to email many hundreds or thousands of people at once; instead…