How do you build an email list of prospects?

Vitali Lutz
320 Words
1:33 Minutes

An email list is a kind of life insurance for your business. A single email can boost business and generate a large amount of revenue.

An email list is one of the most valuable assets you can have in a business. Building such a list is not difficult: you just need to ask your potential customers "properly" for their email addresses.

The easiest way to build a quality email list consists of the following steps:

  • Create a Freebie
    A freebie is something you give away for free. You can do this through a website, blog, social media, etc. It's entirely up to you. However, make sure the content is worth giving away for free.
  • Promote freebie
    The easiest way to get more subscribers is to promote your freebie. People love to get something for free! So if you offer something they want, they'll be happy to sign up and trust you with their email address.
  • Add value
    Once prospects sign up, you should make sure they get value-added emails. Make sure you send them relevant emails, not just spam or ads.
  • Be useful
    Don't just sell products to your target audience. Give them helpful tips and tricks. Show them how they can use your product. And don't forget to follow up. Send them helpful emails for the first 2-3 weeks after they join your list.
  • Repeat
    Repeat steps 1-4 until you reach your goal. Then you should begin sending regular emails to your list, occasionally recommending relevant products that are useful to them.

The better for those who already have a website with daily visitors. The free offer can be promoted on the website, for example, in the sidebar or under each article, so the email list will grow even faster.

Also, you need a professional provider to create and send the newsletters. For this purpose, I can recommend GetResponse and AWeber. Both providers are among the best when it comes to email marketing.

Vitali Lutz

About Vitali Lutz

Since 2007 I am interested in online marketing and online business. For more than 16 years I have also been interested in the technical aspects of the Internet and daily life. I am most fascinated by websites and digital products. Writing is my biggest hobby.

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