7 Ways to Create an Email Marketing “Snowball Effect”

7 Ways to Create an Email Marketing “Snowball Effect”

Reader Comments (18)

  1. For me as complete email marketing noob this is really helpful.
    I have tried to use email marketing for many times but most of the time I haven’t got any conversations even when the lists are really targeted and well recently updated, but looks like I was trying to shoot in the wrong way

  2. I think Ben had some great points and even subscribed to his site but I was confused by one point. He said not to give away something for free because usually those are the people that will not likely buy his material. But then he offers something away free at the end? I actually had to replay just to make sure I was hearing it right.

    Anyway I thought he had some great points. I do think giving away a free product is beneficial to building a list. Even if you only grab 20 paying customers after the other 100 unsubscribed you still have 20 more then when you started! Love these podcasts.

  3. That was really interesting, thanks for this podcast. Email marketing is one of the niches I’m interested in at the moment.

  4. These are very useful and need to know tips for everyone who plans using email marketing to promote his business.
    I and i say this from my own personal experience, think that email marketing is the marketing strategy that offers the biggest return for the initial investment. It is really easy to set up.
    All you need is a good email template to get your potential customers interested and an email database with opt-in email addresses that you can gather on your own or buy from one of the many email list providers on line.
    I’ve been buying my email lists from http://www.emaillistus.com and so far it is as good as it gets.

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