How Co-Registration Can Build Your Fan Club Fast

How Co-Registration Can Build Your Fan Club Fast
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  1. Hmm. very interesting . But Brian has anyone done any research on what is the best number to co opters to keep on the thank you screen?

  2. This technique has been used by web masters since the time immemorial and you could view them on sort of websites. I’m not sure if they still do it.

    It’s basically like this: now that you have subscribed to our newsletter, why not try these great newsletters too? It primarily appears on the thank you page of the subscription event.

  3. A lot of the bigger email newsletters still do it, and in fact, that’s how they got so big. The reason for the article is that many bloggers don’t know about co-registration, and certainly aren’t using it.

  4. Great post. This is certainly an effective way to increase subscriber numbers. I’ve been using a coreg service for a few months and I’m very pleased with results.

  5. 10-12! Are you sure Brian. If a guy had 10-12 on his list, I would be very, very suspiocious about spam. And not susbscribe to a single one.

  6. You asked me what I’ve heard research-wise, Shabda… so yes, I’m sure that’s what I’ve heard. 🙂

    I personally wouldn’t go with that many, and it sounds like you wouldn’t either. Business decisions are made by the people running the business, so, as always, do what works for you.

  7. It’s not necessarily a majority, either. *Some* people have found that they could make 10-12 offers without conversions suffering. I’ll see if I can find out more about this for a follow-up post.

  8. I am looking to sign up for a barter co-registration system, but the most renowned one, co-reg complete, recently got bought ad no longer offers barter services. Does anyone here have any suggestions for another good co-reg barter software?

  9. I’m bringing my Co-Op Co-Reg service back and is in beta right now.

    You can get on the announcement list after you read the testimonials from version 1 users on the site.

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