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Got 50,000 niche email addresses - all work for sure, high-net-worth people. Now what?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by MongooseStrike, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. MongooseStrike

    MongooseStrike Newbie

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    These email addresses are very niche in the health care fields and are narrowed down to specialty if I want that information. All of them except maybe 0.5% are active and nearly all make over $100,000 per year. None opted-in but they weren't scraped either.

    How to I make some quick money on these? Many of them are older professionals with money to blow. Any creative ideas?
     
  2. MongooseStrike

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    Thoughts?
     
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    Pretty easy... sell them art.
     
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    I doubt if anyone is going to respond to unsolicited emails especially with the high fraud cases.
     
  5. MongooseStrike

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    I also have their names, job details, physical address, spouse's name, job location, etc. And most of the emails are personal, not work, if it matters. I'd say every single one makes $100,000 to $600,000 per year. I have salaries for about 70%.
     
  6. judaculla

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    Personally, I'd approach it from a data-mining perspective—trying to crawl several popular social media sites and match users from your email list to their profiles on social media. Assuming your emails didn't get flagged by spam filters, most people aren't very responsive to unsolicited email offers. You could literally send me an email offering a free car, for real, and I wouldn't respond because I'd assume it was a scam.

    On the other hand, send me a personalized message on social media relevant to my interests with a link that eventually gets to an article of yours, and I might just be your next customer.

    How certain are you of the quality of your information?
     
  7. MongooseStrike

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    100% certain. It's been verified in a bunch of different ways.

    So do you think starting off by building a social media group/following would be the way to go before selling them something? Use their email and names to find their Twitter and Facebook accounts?
     
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    I wouldn't say following so much as just try to find them. I'm sure it would be more effective to follow them, invite them to follow, etc.. but that's not really an efficient approach when dealing with 50K potentials. You'd want to qualify them somehow to help limit scope.

    I'll give you an example, that accounts for people with much less known-info:

    By using a FB search for groups related to a few keywords, I got a list of users that were members (all open groups mind you, so loads were probably fake profiles) which I was able to tag on an interest based level, determined by data I scraped from each group.

    With their name, keyword interest, and group name, they were all sent a personalized message leveraging those three known data about them.

    Of ~5000 messages sent (I was just testing) I saw a ~4% CTR on the actual messages, and of those I saw a ~12% CTR for affiliate offers from my site.

    Those numbers surprised me, considering how little I knew about each potential.

    Social media is a very powerful means of communication if done in the right way, and people respond well.

    You've hinted at being able to get even more data about your list—get as much as you can, you never know when something would be useful.

    Feel free to PM me
     
  9. destinywakes

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    op. healthcare means are they using proscription pills?
     
  10. davids355

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    If what you say is true then the list is potentially very lucrative, so it's worth some effort.

    I think you need a way to legitimise your list, and then monetise it later.

    Like send out a mail that will have them opt-in again, like maybe build a site in healthcare niche like a society/charity/event/research site that they would likely be interested. Then send an email in relation to that, that they could easily assume they had signed up to at some point- not trying to push or sell anything so they won't get suspicious. That point you have got their attention and a bit of trust , then the ones that responded you can try to sell them something a little way down the line.