Rick Burdo Here!
A Proud Disabled Veteran
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I Say, Thank You
To All Our Veterans.
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So, you’ve started building your list. Your super-tested list building squeeze page is working for you. I mean, you’ve tested your headline, your bullets, maybe even your picture, and you’re getting sign-ups. But you aren’t getting them fast enough.
Where are some other places that you can put your opt-in box?
The obvious place to think of list building is on the homepage of your website–right on top of everything else. Give people a place to opt-in to your list. If you have a newsletter, offer people free subscriptions and BAM! Put that opt-in box right at the top of your page.
How about putting an opt-in box on your blog or in your profile at MySpace? It’s easy. Just go to “edit profile,” which is right beside your picture, at the top of your homepage. Then, get the code from your autoresponder and feed it right into one of your profile boxes.
You can also put that opt-in box at the top of your blog. If you aren’t technical, get someone to do it for you. You can hire programmers pretty reasonably at eLance.com, for instance. Just pay them to put your list building box right at the very top of all of your blogs.
If you’re selling a product, you can use a pop-up on the thank you page (on which you’re selling a back-end product, I hope), offering a free subscription to your newsletter. They’re easy to make on AWeber. But if you can’t do that, just put an opt-in box right on the thank you page.
If you do a teleseminar with someone, offer your newsletter and autoresponder address to listeners.
Any of these ways is great for list building. Just remember to keep your form simple. All you should ask for is name and email address. Anything else will make people stop and think about giving out personal information. You want to make sign-up as painless as possible for people.
But the best list building tool is viral. If you provide quality content, people that like you and your style will tell other people, who will tell others, and so on. You aren’t just list building, you’re reputation building. Be sure to offer only solid information and then, tested and quality products, and your list will grow faster.
Tellman Knudson, CEO of OvercomeEverything, Inc., is a master list builder and well-known for his List Building Club. Tellman teaches students how to build a successful online business. Create your successful business from his step-by-step videos at: http://www.sendaemailaday.com/lbc
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