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Extract emails from your Clickbank sales to make even more money

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by tacopalypse, Mar 24, 2010.

  1. tacopalypse

    tacopalypse Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    here's a quick tip for those of you that don't bother to collect emails when you promote cb products

    go to reporting -> transactions -> download as csv
    open with excel - now you can view all the email addresses

    sort by product - what we have here is a highly targeted list of people who have proven they'll buy any old crap off of the internets, and we know what niche they're interested in.

    so find a related cpa offer, blast it out, and make monies :cool:

    (also in case anyone's wondering, if someone buys something from you, that counts as an opt-in and therefore isn't spam)
     
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  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I always send the buyers a thank you and let them know I am available for any questions if they need help. Of course, I send them to another of my websites that offers some ancillary information related to their purchase which is set up to take more of their money.
     
  3. peter2002

    peter2002 Senior Member

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    A person who buys something from you doesn't automatically give the vendor the permission for follow-up emails. But the likelihood that this person reports this as Spam is slim to none.

    BTW, good idea to use these email addresses to promote CPA offers:)
     
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    This is just good, sound marketing. Very pertinent suggestion, and well worth noting.
     
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    always remember, business is not only about making money

    business is about two things

    1. finding customers
    2. keeping customers

    it cost more to acquire a customer than to keep a customer, why do you think those people with leads lists are so successful
     
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    Kick ass! This is an awesome idea. I was just thinking about it the other day but wasn't sure if there was an easy way to do it.
     
  7. OTrap

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    Another thing you can with this is, once you sort them by "Vendor," you can mail to them using the persona associated with that Vendor's website. The buyer will be familiar with the name, because they will have bought from the name. If you mail to them like that, it won't seem like cold emails coming to their inbox. Willing to bet this will increase responsiveness even further.

    What might be better yet would be to buy a domain similar to the one associated with the same vendor and set up your outgoing email address to the buyers from that domain.

    If, for example, they bought Maverick Money Makers from Mack Michaels, you sort all such buyers into one group, buy a domain similar to the one for MMM, set up an email address from there, and mail to them as "Mack Michaels <whatever@similarwebsiteurl.com>."
     
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  8. zeehman

    zeehman Regular Member

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    Actually I Tried Doing That Using Yahoo Mail. I tried Sending To 100 Email But Yahoo Wouldn't Let Because They Though I was Spamming.

    You Think Aweber Would Be Be A wise choice?

    Any Suggestion anybody?
     
  9. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hard thing about AWeber is that if you import, they make you reconfirm.

    As far as a mailing solution, peruse the Email Marketing forum on this site. Plenty of info there.
     
  10. zeehman

    zeehman Regular Member

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    What Do You Mean By Reconfirm?

    Sorry I Have Never Did Email Marketing...
     
  11. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you import an email address to mail to, they make you first send an email to that person making sure you have their permission to mail to them.
     
  12. aishahriar

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    Aweber requires double opt in...
    Zheeman, if you want to do more hardcore mailing you could check out the mailing section here :)
     
  13. OTrap

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    Takita, if you don't personally mail, I'd market your inboxing strategy. Milk THAT shit for all it's worth.
     
  14. OTrap

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    You'd be surprised the monetization that can be done with this. Think about it. They're all buyers. All-buyer lists are pretty potent, traditionally.