Do List Building Sites like Listbandit, List Joe and ViralURL actually work?by Melanie Milletics I am asked all the time if list building sites like Viral Url, List Bandit, and List Joe work, and can answer a resounding YES. I use these services to mail out to 2000 or 3000 of their members every 3 days, and consistently generate quality leads. Its like running solo ads all week long, for one flat price!
I like to use these lists to test out ad copy and headlines. Its a cost -effective way to find out what really pulls, so that when I run paid ads Iâ€™m going with the GOLD.
Each of the sites have a free to join option- and the Viral Url site has features that are worth using on its own- for sure- But honestly, the real value is in the upgradeâ€¦ and Iâ€™m not just telling you that for the commission! I generate between 40 and 100 leads using these system mailers each and every week. The trick is to keep on schedule and mail every single time you are able - every 3 days.
Think about itâ€¦every 3 days you mail to 3000 active online opportunity buyers. Do you think you could get a few leads from these folks? What if you were offering them someting FREE, like the 7 Great Lies of Network Marketing? Think theyâ€™d download it? You should check my stats! My memberships to these sites was paid from mailing out invites for that alone!
The bottom line is, if you are looking for a cost-effective way to generate leads, test out your ad copy, and to build your list- then these list builders absolutely do work.
The screen shot tells it all!
See the video below to watch just how EASY it is to use ViralUrl to generate massive prospects!
If you are currently using these kinds of mailers, please leave your comments, good or bad! And if you know of a hot, new and responsive list- send it along!
About the Company: Melanie Milletics is a successful internet marketer and webmaster of http://www.sponsoringsuccess.com/apsense.html who provides information and tools for those who strive to have a successful home based business.
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