Sunday, 1 April 2012

List Building Secret 1

In my business we aim for 300 or more new

 subscriber per day, so I might be 300 to 500 a day

 on average. That’s 300 to 500 leads. For you, I

 would start to aim for something like 250

subscribers per day. You might be thinking that’s a

 lot of subscribers, or it’s going to be too expensive.

  Well there are great paid lead sources, there are

 also very good free ones that you can use to build

 up your list to generate 350 or more subscribers per

 day. Once you hit 250 subscribers per day or more,

 then it’s all a matter of focusing on converting them

and then just doing the list building stuff you’re doing

 over and over and over and getting the same results

 all the time. Converting them is another thing and

this post isn’t going to be anything at all about

converting leads into sales, it’s all about generating

 lead flow. As I was telling you, I can’t stress this

 enough that the bulk of your money that you make

is going to come from the people that are the newest

 on your list.


The older a lead gets, the less responsive they

 become, generally, especially if you’re an affiliate.

  Now if you’re a product creator and you do classes

and such, you may find that some of your older

subscribers are the most profitable subscribers you

 have because they’re your own customers who

enroll in all of your classes, all of your $1,000 classes

  As an affiliate, it’s different; you don’t have that


See when you’re a product creator, it’s easier to keep

 the retention of your list,for some reason.

  I’ve found this to be true and that’s

 one of the reasons why I’m starting to create more

 and more products now, although over the years

 I’ve been mainly just an affiliate. If you are just an

 affiliate, again, your normal focus should be fresh

leads and keeping your leads coming in on a daily

 basis. That’s at least 250 leads a day. If you’re a

 product creator, you may not need as high of a lead

 flow, but why not do both? Why not be a creator

that keeps retouching the list and also generate 250

 subscribers or more to your list? Let’s go ahead and

 get into this because I have tons and tons of list

 building methods and strategies to cover for you

 now. Public and Private JV Giveaways The first one is

  JV giveaways these haven’t changed much

 as far as public JV giveaways go. You can go to anytime you want and jump in

 on any JV giveaways. But what has surfaced since

2011 is something called the private giveaway. There

 are a lot of little private giveaways taking place that

 you can be part of all over the internet. You can go

to people who are just as big as you are online, and

even bigger, and start a private JV giveaway with

them. What I mean is you can get 5 to 10 or more

 people in on a private giveaway, where no one else

can join and be a contributor. This means that the

people who are on there, who are contributors, are

 responsible for generating all the traffic to the

giveaway and there is a WordPress plug-in that you

 can use to host your own private giveaways called

 WP Venture. So go do a search on Google for WP

Venture and it’s being sold on the Warrior Forum for

 chump change, as a Warrior Special Offer.

  A giveaway is where a group of contributors come

together and submit their gifts. People who come and

 join the giveaway as members are going to opt in to

different giveaways and this will add subscribers to

your list. If you’ve been around for awhile, you no

 doubt know what JV giveaways are, and I’m not

going to dwell on what JV giveaways are or how they

 can build good business for you because you can go

 to a place like and find out all

 you need to know about giveaways freely on the

net. But just the fact that I’m pointing you in that

 direction is pretty valuable because if you’re just

starting out and you have no money to spend on ads,

 getting giveaways is a really good way to start,

 because you can add that first 10, 50, 100

subscribers on your list fairly quickly. Some of these

 giveaways get up to 30,000 subscribers joining; not

 to your list, but to the actual giveaway. What

happens is the host of the giveaway is going to get

 the most subscribers. They’re putting the giveaway

 with all the contributors and setting the dates, and

 then once the giveaway is live, all the contributors

 send traffic to the JV giveaway main page, but the

 host is going to get all the subscribers onto their list.

  Then the member who just joined will probably see

 a one-time offer or some kind of offer before they go

 and see all the different gifts that that contributors

 have. So when you’re a contributor and you promote

 one of these JV giveaways through your own link,

 you often make sales right there before they even

 get to the gifts. That’s one thing about it. My point is

 if you’re just starting out and you don’t have much

money to buy traffic, then this may be one that you

 want to master. The truth is, if you became just a

 master of one of these methods, then you’ll

generate all the ads you’ll ever need. Let me say that

 again. If you become the master of just one of these

 methods I'm going to share with you then you will

generate all the leads you’ll ever need. So why not

 do something like JV giveaways? You can do public

 ones, you can do private ones, and you can host

 ones and make the real money. I’ve hosted a couple

 and that’s where I generated the most leads. You

could generate 10,000 leads in one day, 20,000 leads

 in one day from contributors blasting traffic to your

own giveaway. So just think about that. If you were

 to jump headfirst into the world of JV giveaways as a

 contributor to start off with, then one day you may

 be able to host your own JV giveaways.


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