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List Building Firepower PLR Ebook

List Building Firepower PLR Ebook
Date Added: October 22, 2017
License Type: Private Label Rights
File Type: ZIP
SKU: 61233
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Introduction

If you're seriously interested in learning more about growing your opt-in list, you need to think beyond the basics. This informative report takes a closer look at things you need to know about list building.

It addresses some of the key issues for building your opt-in list. A careful reading of this material could make a big difference in how you think about list building.

1. The "Specific Date" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a free bonus for subscribing before a specific date. Tell them the bonus won't be available after that date. You could also say they need to subscribe before midnight or the end of the day.

2. The "So Many Minutes" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a free bonus for subscribing in so many minutes. You could have a timer running down the time on your opt-in form. If they really like your bonus, they will subscribe before the time runs out.

3. The "Here's Your Lesson" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a free e-course for subscribing. You could just publish each lesson on a daily autoresponder series. People like to take courses one lesson at a time. You could even include an ad with each lesson.

4. The "E-Report" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a free e-report for subscribing. You could write up a 5 to 12 page e-report that your subscribers would really be interested in. You could have it ready to download in PDF format on your "thank you for subscribing" page.

5. The "Tease Me" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a free sample chapter of an ebook you are selling if they subscribe. People like to get a sneak preview of products before they buy them. Even if they don't buy your e-book, you'll be able to sell them something else in the future.

6. The "Great Deal" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a coupon or discount to one of your products for subscribing. People love getting a good deal and all they would have to do is opt-in to your list or e-zine.

7. The "JV Discount" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a coupon or discount for someone else’s product if they subscribe. You could set up a joint venture deal with another information product seller. They would get sales and you will build your list quicker.

8. The "Worth It?" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers how much the free bonus for subscribing is worth. People will feel like they are getting a great bargain for opting-in. You could list the retail price or what other people are selling it for.

9. The "Virus" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers they will get a free e-book for subscribing. You could also include your e-zine ad in the e-book and allow them to give the e-book away or offer resell or master resell rights. It will become a viral marketing tool for your list.

10. The "Swipe Them" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers that they will get the private label rights to the articles or content of your list if they subscribe. People will be able to read and use your list content as they wish. There is a huge demand for private label content these days.

11. The "Republish It" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers that they can reprint or republish the articles or content of your list if they subscribe. People will be able to read and use your list content with your resource box included. You could include your e-zine ad under each article they republish.

12. The "Future Goals" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers the goals they will accomplish by subscribing to your e-zine. You could tell them how your information or content will help solve their problems, improve their life or get over their obstacles.

13. The "Future Problems" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers the goals they won't accomplish if they don't subscribe to your e-zine. You could tell them how not reading your information or content could cause future problems or make their life worse.

14. The "Prize Fest" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers what prizes they could win by subscribing to your e-zine. You could tell them that you will randomly select a subscriber every week to get one of your products for free. Also, you could have them complete a certain action to be in the contest.

15. The "Las Vegas" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers how much money they could win by subscribing to your e-zine. You could tell them that you will randomly select a subscriber every week to get a cash prize. You could have many cash prizes, like $100 for 1st place, $50 for 2nd place and $25 for 3rd place.

16. The "Fast Forward" Technique

Tell your current e-zine subscribers to forward your e-zine to their friends, family or associates. If they like it, they'll end subscribing too and forwarding it to their circle of acquaintances. It's a viral form of word-ofmouth marketing.

17. The "See It Everywhere" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers to subscribe on any page of your web site. You want to put your opt-in form or pop up on every page of your web site. The more times people see it, the higher the percentage of people will be who will subscribe.

18. The "Multiple Choice" Technique Tell your potential subscribers they can choose between text, PDF or html format. People that like text may not want to subscribe to an e-zine that just offers html. You can lose an awful lot of subscribers by not offering two or more options.

19. The "My Credentials" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers your business credentials. People don't want to opt-in to a list that doesn’t have the experience or authority to really give them the information they need and want. They just don't want an ad with every email.

20. The "Confidentiality Agreement" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers you will keep their subscription information confidential. People don't want you to share, rent, lease or sell their contact information. They want you to protect their privacy at all costs.

21. The "100% Pure" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers your content is 100% original. People subscribe to a lot of lists that just publish articles that are found all over the Internet. If you can't always offer 100% original content, at least publish some once in a while to keep your subscribers loyal.

22. The "Look Who's Here" Technique

Tell your potential subscribers about the famous, expert or reputable people who have subscribed to your e-zine. Most people are followers rather than leaders. They want to model themselves after people they respect, admire and look up to. People will think your list must be good if so-and-so subscribed to it.