3 Simple Steps to Get Your First 1,000 Email Subscribers

3 Simple Steps to Get Your First 1,000 Email Subscribers

Reader Comments (6)

  1. My biggest problem right now is thinking of ten people who would want to read what I write. I’ll do some digging on LinkedIn to see what I can find.

    After that, I’ll send the questions. 🙂

    Thank you!

  2. Thanks – i will try this & ask 10 people the 3 questions you recommend. What can I learn about my audience using Google Analytics? Not much? Would appreciate your reply 🙂 Tanya Mimi

  3. I’ve found as well in my own marketing and in that of others I work with, that writing as if you are only writing to a singular person can increase both conversions inside and outside of blogging. You’ve pointed out too, the importance of relationships… In every crowded industry and niche, it truly is important to have a group of both friends and people you can depend on to interact with your content to ensure more exposure. (Reciprocating said interaction is just as important as well)

    Great article my friend, getting to 1000, 10,000, and 100,000 subscribers takes time, but it’s MORE then worth the journey 🙂

  4. Great stuff. I still think there’s a place for a “join our newsletter” block on your site if you’re managing to do something along the lines of Point #2. If you are generating the content that’s consistently bringing people back to your site then they might be actively looking for a place to subscribe and that’s where the simple join our newsletter box on the sidebar can still get some signups.

  5. Wohoo… I am just stunned by your approachh of getting email subscribers. Creating an email course is a mind blowing idea. I loved that.
    I am just started out with an eco-friendly blog and i was getting frustrated as to why no one signed up for my email list.

    I was using the same “Join my newsletter” tag to attract visitor which was a complete FAIL.

  6. With thousands of websites flooding the internet, a simple “subscribe to my newsletter” will not work.

    There has to be a particular reason, something that touches the wound.

    Thanks for detailing the steps!

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