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How to Maximize Profit from Mailing List

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by realvision, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. realvision

    realvision Newbie

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    Dear forum members,

    A week ago, I got my hands on a mailing list of 5,000 - 10,000 people of a
    specific demography in my State. I cannot give out the details to prevent
    racism and stereotype, but I can tell you that it is a mailing list of mainly
    people 18 or older. Many have them have a family and have been to
    graduate school and have a Masters or PHD, so they have the potential to
    spend money. My question is : what is the best method to profit from
    these people?

    Last night, I sent out an email sharing a local event to the mailing list and
    they were getting opened every 5 seconds for 20 hours straight, not to
    mention that the tracking service doesn't work on Gmail accounts. I've
    been contemplating on CPA offers, fake offers to click my adsense, promote
    affiliate products, etc. I know for a fact that I'll be the first one to ever
    spam them, so I want to give my best into this one shot. So dear forum
    members, please advise me on the best method to earn money from this
    'virgin' list.

    Regards,

    Real
     
  2. aStroke

    aStroke Regular Member

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    From the top of my head....Insurance, dating, make money, job opp, and credit.
     
  3. Koqui

    Koqui Registered Member

    Dont Just spam them with CPAs, Start with Simple stuff..Local Event + Coupon to event (aff). Since Local Events was a blast for 20hrs Keep at this niche. Also dont forget your adsense on the Side legit. Dont Fake them you might just continue to get positive results. After that...Spam them a once in a while with another account, passively..

    Just my 2 cents