Need advice in Email marketing

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by roobbb, Jan 30, 2015.

  1. roobbb

    roobbb Newbie

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    Hi, I have IM niche getresponse email list with +1000 subscribers, but I cant make any money out of it. I have setup autoresponder sending 1-2 emails per week, with useful ( at least I think it would be useful for beginners ) information and I have been sending maybe 2-3 times a month some clickbank offer to them but, no sales. Any tips or advice would be great, thanks !
     
  2. DioPolare

    DioPolare BANNED BANNED

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    Send an EMAIL per DAY.

    emails of three types:

    - useful content
    - promotional ones

    - engagement email to get a more personal contact.


    You can also sell clicks, and use an automated tool which promotes the programs for u.

    you absolutely have to master copywriting.
     
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  3. Dayowl

    Dayowl Junior Member

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    I agree with @DioPolare , check how many opens you get how many clicks on your product , master copywriting. Inspire curiosity, help and if you have let say 5000 people on list you can start selling clicks
     
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    JustinKowalsky Junior Member

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    Keep giving value and tracking the opens. Stop trying to make money off it until you know your numbers.
     
  5. DioPolare

    DioPolare BANNED BANNED

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    or go just automated: pm me if u are lookin for an automated program which sends mail with your affiliate link, made by a well-known marketer and with no need of autoresponder