Email Marketing: A Simple Guide

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  1. Great Post. Thanks for sharing the info.

    I have heard about “offering something free” but the two other is new for me, and my questions is will that works?

    (Ask them! If you’re networking, ask if you can add them to your mailing list ; Promote your list on social media networks, on your blog, website and marketing materials)

    If we ask a stranger to give their email will that works? I think we need further effort in build relationship to get that stage.

    I am more interested in how to “Promote your list on social media networks, on your blog, website and marketing materials” is there any different with offering free updates or free e-book?. If you have further explanation about this, I would be happy to read it, :).

    Once again thanks for the great information
    Okto recently posted..How to Sell Your Content in Social Networks : an Interview with Mavis NongMy Profile

  2. Create relevant and useful contents that your prospective customers will be able to use to solve a problem or to feed their passion. When you find what your prospective customers are “thirsty” for, give them something to quench their thirst. When they come for more, you’ll have a chance to put your offer in front of them; as long as the offers would genuinely solve a problem for the, you’ll get them buying from you.
    Shamelle@BetterBloggingWays recently posted..How To Prevent Copy Paste Bloggers & Auto Bloggers From Stealing Your Blog Post ContentMy Profile

  3. Hi Okto, I guess Shamelle has answered you – it is all about the quality of your content. If you write stuff that resonates with your readers, they will want to hear more of what you have to say and will subscribe to your list to do so.

    Do you have a Faceook page? That is important, along with a Twitter account. You can sync your blog with both so that your posts are broadcast immediately they are published. However a note of caution; if that is all you do on Twitter, you will be spamming. Make sure you make the effort to build relationships in the process. If you want to know more about building relationships with Twitter, download the Twitter Report.

    Thanks for commenting.

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