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I have a list of 12K e-mails. How do I use it?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by blackx, Jun 10, 2012.

  1. blackx

    blackx Registered Member

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    I've been running a blog for quite some years now and today I added an e-mail subscription on the blog through feedburner. Today I check feedburner, and it has over 12000 e-mails for that niche in it. I was wondering if there was some tool that I could use to make use of this huge list and make some money off it. Any suggestions?
     
  2. crashus

    crashus Junior Member

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    mail them and ask
     
  3. blackx

    blackx Registered Member

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    I just re-read this post, and sorry I made a typo. I did not add feedburner today. I added feedburner on it a long time ago to accomodate e-mail subscriptions. However, feedburner doesn't give you an option to mail them. I can, although, export those email subscribers from there and use them elsewhere.
     
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    AR!ZONA Regular Member

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    Well, you could transfer the list to excel and then import that into an autoresponder. I use mailchimp because it's free up to a certain amount. For your size you may want aweber or another paid autoresponder program.
     
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    Doesn't matter if he uses Aweber, getresponse, mailchimp, etc. They all charge for the number of opt-ins you want to mail to. Your best bet would be setting up your own mail server so you don't have to pay such high prices for mailing.