So you want to build a list?
Are you looking for practical guidance; for an easy-to-follow list building course?
Listen, I will assume that you are already aware that growing your own list of subscribers is absolutely necessary when it comes to building a successful online business.
Many Internet marketing experts go as far as saying that it is nearly impossible to make a consistent amount of money online if you fail to build your list.
And yes, I am one of those experts who feel that list building should be the #1 priority of every online business.
So without further ado, here are four (4) quick tips that can help you build a cash-producing opt-in list:
1. Create a Lead Capture Page: You will not be able to capture a single person's name and email address if you do not have a lead capture page. In case you don't know, a lead capture page is a simple one-page website that is designed to give your visitors two (2) simple choices, which are: Join your list or leave your website.
2. Size Doesn't Matter: That's right, contrary to popular believe, size doesn't really matter when it comes to building a list of subscribers. It is in you best interest to focus on quality, not quantity.
3. Avoid Buying Subscribers: You see, there are many companies on the internet that sell subscribers. Yes, you can actually purchase millions of names and email addresses and get yourself an "instant" opt-in list. Beware! You will only throw away your money, as this so called "opt-in lists" are filled with untargeted prospects; therefore, you'll be lucky to make $1 from them.
4. Respect Your Subscribers: Your subscribers will buy from you only if you treat them right. Do not abuse their trust by selling them junk or recommending affiliate products that you haven't actually reviewed. Breaking the simple "respect" rule will result in a huge number of people unsubscribing from your list and not to mention the fact that you'll taint your reputation.
Do you want to learn more about how I do it? I have just completed my brand new list building course, 'Critical List Building'