There are many traditional and well-known methods of building your email list, and my favorites tend to be automated email marketing methods.
The traditional ones tend to be used quite often – things like article marketing, search engine marketing, and video marketing are good for building your email marketing lists. Still, there are many unconventional methods that your email marketing campaign can greatly benefit from if you incorporate them into your overall list building strategy. These are less common methods that are nonetheless still incredibly effective in getting people to sign up for your newsletter. One of these non-traditional list building methods for automated email marketing success is cooperative list building.
This is how cooperative list building works.
When you go there, you will be greeted by this annoying little popup. In this popup there are about 7 or 8 different email marketing lists. The popup has a small description, about a line long, of each of these different newsletters related to your specific email marketing niche. Several of these boxes will be pre-checked, and people will read the descriptions and check the ones they want. They then enter their name and email address, fill out a verification form, and submit it all.
Now, it’s not about putting 7 or 8 links to your own newsletter. In fact, only one of the options is to subscribe to my newsletter. The rest is made up of newsletters from other people who are in the same specific email marketing niche that I am in.
Basically I show their newsletter in my little popup ad and they show my newsletter in the little popup on their website. We work together; we take advantage of each other’s traffic to help us all, and it’s all done passively, true automated email marketing right here.
This cooperative works with what is known as a credit system. Basically, every time a visitor lands on your site and your popup appears, you get some credits. Each of those credits is worth 1 display of your ad in other people’s popups. It is very simple and very effective. And perhaps best of all for the ease of integration into your email marketing campaign is that it takes no time to set up and you passively get new people who are targeted to your niche to check out your newsletter and be exposed to it and quite possibly buy into it. register. he.
It’ll build your list fast, works with almost every autoresponder service, and is completely free to get started.