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Any point in building email list for freebie wanters

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by dondada7, Dec 14, 2014.

  1. dondada7

    dondada7 Power Member

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    I was going to link traffic to a email list subscription then to a CPA offer from a giveaway I am doing every week.

    Thinking about it though, it wouldn't make any sense as there not going to convert very well when I try to sell them something surely?

    Anyone tried this before?
     
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    You never build a list from people that directly want to buy. That's all the work of a list. Give them somehting free, keep them updated with more interesting stuff, build a relationship, and eventually sell them something. You only need a small percentage of buyer to bank. Just build it and take care of it until you have something to sell.
     
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    You've got a point actually
     
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    Building a list of people who want to buy is actually the most profitable kind of list...That's why it's advised to further segment your lists as they purchase items you recommend.

    For example, people on your list who buy product A would be put into your "product A" list. And people who purchase product B would be put into your "product B" list, etc. Basically, you allow your list to segment itself based on the purchasing intent of your subscribers.

    You pay special attention to these "buyer lists" because they've already proven they're willing to spend money on certain kinds of products, and if you continue to provide value to them, you will continue to earn money from them.

    Of course, it all depends on what you're going for. But if you want to start maximizing the ROI of your list, that's an important aspect of how to do it.