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Autoresponder sample for CPA offers

Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by thestrategist, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. thestrategist

    thestrategist BANNED BANNED

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    Hi all,

    I would like to know if just my weekly newsletter as a responder to new user that have registered should be fine since my website content only CPA offers.

    Thanks and regards
     
  2. WizGizmo

    WizGizmo Super Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

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    It might be okay, but the most effective way it is usually done is
    to have a strategically, pre-written 8 -12 week set of autoresponder
    messages, and send no more than two messages a week. They
    should be designed to give your subscriber your best, most useful
    content that builds your subscriber's confidence and trust in you.
    Then, after the 8 - 12 weeks are over, intermittently send more
    great content and sprinkle it with a few "recommendations" for
    some affiliate products (or CPA offers) you are promoting . . .
    or better yet, for your own original product.

    Cheers! - "Wiz"
     
  3. thestrategist

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    Thanks,

    I will start for this month with my newsletter than make the full auto-responder as soon as I finish to write the content (free courses).
     
  4. avalanche

    avalanche Newbie

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    Depends on what the market is, but I mail every weekday. I sell in every email. Difference between my emails & what others do is I try to make mine interesting and slightly entertaining. text-only, and under 300 words if possible. I tell them up-front that's what I'm going to be doing and give them compelling reasons for it with the content I'll be providing. If they unsubscribe, who cares - they weren't going to buy anyway and just clog up my list & throw off my stats. You want hyper-responsive buyers, not a big list.