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Modification of the [TUT] How I Make At Least $3000 A Week

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by scmapple, Dec 29, 2012.

  1. scmapple

    scmapple Newbie

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    Hey there,

    Noob here.

    I was just reading through the tut how I make at least $3000 a week". Loved the idea, but a little worried about getting in trouble/ not getting paid by my affiliate if I send him non opt in email traffic.

    I do like his email to affiliates - it's a great idea.

    Hello. I currently work with some other online dating sites. My question is this, I send alot of traffic to them by means of emailing. My emails are not opt-in but I do try to stay as compliant as possible. I always include an opt-out link, an ICAN disclaimer and I subtract suppression lists for each email blast. However if too many complaints come in, I make myself a new account, he terminates my old one and transfers my funds over to the new account. Then I start again. I do well and they're all happy with my conversion rates so it?s a win-win.

    I was wanting to know if you might be interested in 'testing out my traffic' and if happy with the results if we could work out a similar type of arrangement? If not, no worries. I just feel like being honest about this stuff from the very start is the way to go.

    But, then I thought of another way. Why not send a mass email to these non opt-ins to see if I can get them to opt in by offering a free ebook or something. Then at least I will be able to build up my opt in list - which will get much better conversions and won't get me in trouble with my affiliate.

    Is this a good idea, or am I needlessly adding more loops in the chain to getting paid?
     
  2. Mr.Whitehat

    Mr.Whitehat Senior Member

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    Lol drop the idea of mailing since u are a noob in the game. unless u know what you gotta do and be able to tackle the issues come up u wont succeed. And high chances that you won't make any $ from a scraped list. I tried that 3k method as is, spent nearly $600 on tools, vps and custom mail setup. I didnt make any single penny out of it. well i diversified into another segment and gained success but its totally different concept and area. so think twice before stepping into mailing..lot of things involved in it and hassles are thr..my 2c
     
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  3. scmapple

    scmapple Newbie

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    What was your specific problem? or were there many? - were you actually hitting inboxes?
     
  4. Mr.Whitehat

    Mr.Whitehat Senior Member

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    different things in it..blacklisting of ips too quickly due to sp@mtr@ps..honeypots, no conversion of leads to sales n many
     
  5. QTrex

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    Well tbh, the more blackhat you decide to get the cheaper it gets. For me to send 10k emails it costs me a maximum of $15 but on average I pay around $8 for the tool.Buy an email list orScrape A LOT and get someone to verify them and run them through there trap lists.
     
  6. scmapple

    scmapple Newbie

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    thanks for the input. Where do you find someone to verify them and run them through there trap lists?
     
  7. QTrex

    QTrex Junior Member

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    Go to freelancer.com

    I found someone there and on Fiverr I saw someone offering to check 10k emails for $5 which is really cheap

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  8. scmapple

    scmapple Newbie

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    ok, but wouldn't they just steal your list and use it themselves though?
     
  9. QTrex

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    They might do but I get replies

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  10. whiteninja

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    You definitely need to clean and scrub your list before you mail otherwise your just asking for headaches. You can look at sendsafe tools for this btw.