We’re back for part three of this quick series on using optin lists in affiliate promotions. I’ve shared WHY you want to use them, HOW to get them, and some best strategies for getting the most of them. Today, I’m going to share five things you need to know. I’ll cover common mistakes, frequently asked questions, and things you might not have thought of it when it comes to using optin lists.
What are the best practices for using an optin list as an affiliate? That’s what today’s episode is all about in part two of this three-part series on using optin lists. Used right, they can dramatically increase sales while virtually eliminating unsubscribes.
Today, I’m starting a quick three-part series on using optin lists. What is an optin list exactly? It’s a list of those people who have opted in (by giving their email address) to an affiliate promotion. In today’s episode, it’s all about WHY you should use your optin list and HOW to get it.
Jennie from Little Girl Designs asked me about segmenting her list to better target content and promotions. Here is my answer.
Lately, I’ve been getting a lot of questions about growing an email list. Today, I’ll share a simple formula for creating optins that get results.
One of the biggest challenges for new online marketers is knowing how many emails they can send to their list. This is especially true when it involves asking them to buy something. I got a question about this recently and today I share why you can and should email more than you think.
To cloak or not to cloak…that is the question. Cloaking affiliate links is one of the most controversial issues in affiliate marketing. Some call it “black hat” others don’t. They see it as an important part of their affiliate marketing strategy. So, should you cloak your affiliate links?
So first off, what the heck is link cloaking?
How are you conditioning your audience? Every post you write. Every podcast episode you air. Every email you send. Everything you do with your online business is conditioning your audience. The only question is: How are you conditioning them?
People are creatures of habit. That can be bad or it can be good for your email marketing.
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.