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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 Moderator Jr. VIP 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.