If you aren’t resending your emails to the unopens you are missing out on one of the easiest and most readily available sources of traffic to your content. In today’s post, Mark Sieverkropp, my resident “Sender of Unopens” will share some tips and techniques we use to resend virtually EVERY email at least one time.
How many times have you opened up your inbox, seen an email that you wanted to read and told yourself that you’d go back and read it later when you had a little more time? You might even have “starred” or marked it as important.
What if you could completely remove failure as an option in your affiliate marketing? What if there was a way to set goals that would guarantee your success as an affiliate? Well, there is. By following the three principles outlined in today’s post you can ensure your success — whether it is your first affiliate promotion or your 100th.
Let’s be honest:
It hurts when you join a launch as an affiliate and don’t make a dime.
What is your biggest challenge with affiliate marketing? Is there a question you’ve been meaning to ask me? What type of content is the most helpful to you? These are a few of the questions I ask in my Reader Survey.
Would you mind taking 5 minutes to answer a few quick questions? By doing so, you will be helping me to help YOU by telling me what types of topics most interest you, what types of content are most useful and the questions that you want answered.
More than three years ago, I began this amazing journey called a blog. It’s been full of ups and downs, elations and frustrations. Most of all, it’s had a positive impact on so many lives. And now it’s time to change it.
I’ve only purchased one Grateful Dead album (technically a CD) in my life. It was a greatest hits album called “What a Long Strange Trip it’s Been.”
That album title aptly describes this blog.
Over the past three years, I’ve learned a ton. I’ve also influenced people in ways I never imagine. So why change it? I’ll get to that in a moment.
First, what I’ve learned…
What I’ve Learned in 3+ Years of Blogging
Life isn’t like Field of Dreams. Just because you build something it doesn’t mean anyone will use it.
Just because you open a business, create a killer product, offer top-notch consulting services at competitive prices, or incorporate yourself doesn’t mean that people will flock to give you money. The fact is that most businesses fail because of their marketing and sales.
I recently began using a really cool free plugin for GMail called Rapportive. This isn’t a post about how awesome Rapportive is, but let me first say that it is awesome.It is, by far, my favorite GMail plugin. This story will show one of the cooler uses of it. A few weeks ago I got […]