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List buliding with a amazon aff site ?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by k0991, Oct 21, 2012.

  1. k0991

    k0991 Newbie

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    I am new to this list building idea ?

    Currently i have a site that gets about 500-800 visitors a month with a 7-9% conversion .

    Should i build a list ?

    I am going to offer a 7 emails as mini course on the subject.

    So after the 3/4th email i will offer a product or service.

    What products do you offer to your list ?

    Clickbank ?

    Thank you for your help
     
  2. k0991

    k0991 Newbie

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    bump anyone ?
     
  3. megler

    megler Junior Member

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    It's always good to build a list if you can. A list will expand your exposure to your audience and if done right, give them helpful information that they need/want. As far as product, it depends on your email course. Offer a product that dovetails into that course. For instance, if you're offering a course on dog training then plug in useful dog training products like clickers, harnesses, leashes, etc. In this example, you could also review dog training guides on clickbank and offer one of those.

    Just look at the overall offering of your site and ask what the audience that comes to your site would like to learn. Then choose products that compliement that. Don't go overboard on the product offering. Offer value in the course first so that your audience is happy they signed up. If you bombard them with stuff to buy, they'll see through your scheme and unsubscribe.

    If you're able to find it, look up Frank Kern's List Control 2.0. It's the most recent one he put out and addresses all of this. It's harder to find than it used to be (torrents, filestube, etc), but it's still floating around.

    Best of luck!