One Week List Buildingby Dan Carter Is there ever a perfect time?
This is not a get rich quick scheme, it will take some work on your part. But in my view, the work to get to $600k a year in less than 12 months is well worth it and
Consistency is key.
We are marketing with confidence working free and paid traffic. So when you are building your list you have two main strategies for traffic. Paid vs Free.
There are lots of free traffic sources out there, youtube, blogging, article
marketing, forum marketing and I can go on and on. But these traffic
sources aren’t really free.
You pay with your time, and another downside is they don’t yield instant results. That is why we focus on paid traffic.
Paid traffic has a number of upsides, the main being it is instant and you don’t have to wait days or even weeks for traffic to arrive like you would if you were article marketing.
So we are looking at investing around $20 per day into traffic, spend $20 per day and you’ll be flying within a few weeks if you stick with this.
The true power of email marketing lies in its automation. Therefore, you should make sure your email follow-up sequence is set up to run for at least 90 days.
Establishing a great relationship with your subscribers. Being able to show your subscribers EXACTLY what they’re interested in will guarantee more sales and higher conversions.
It’s time for the juiciest part of your sales funnel. Create a marketing quiz with 1 or 2 questions. Nothing complex, but the questions need to be specific so they can pinpoint the needs of your subscribers precisely.
And at the same time, when they enter their name and email you redirect them to the product related to their answer. I hope you’re starting to realize how powerful this is.
Map out the starting and desired end point for the average person on your list. Create emails and content around each key obstacle, and distribute it like a boot camp. A three or five-day boot camp to help them hit their goals.
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