Are you opted in?

It’s time to get an opt-in list. You’ve read countless articles and sought expert advice about opt-in lists and read about people who’ve made a small fortune with them. You think you know all about opt-in lists and followed their advice to the letter, but still weren’t able to make money. You might even be losing money. No matter how many people you have on your list, if only a tiny percentage buy from you, you’re still losing money.

Is there anything we can do to fix it? Where have you failed where others have succeeded? Most people make the mistake of diving right in. Your topic is something you think will be really popular and make you money. I’m sorry, but that’s not true. There’s no guarantee they’ll buy just because you wrote them.

You can rejuvenate your failed opt-in list if you’ve started one and failed. Here are three easy ways to build a profitable opt-in list for beginners.

1) Make sure your customers trust you and your products. Launching your opt-in list won’t make you an expert or a believable seller. Before you start an opt-in list, write a lot of articles. Start your own site and write about what you know. First, build forums so you can learn about your customers’ wants and needs and then target those.

Join forums on other sites too. Make sure you’re giving expert advice. Eventually, you’ll be able to start your own opt-in list once people trust you. You can also build a base with other forum users. Let them know you’re looking for subscribers. It’s always helpful to have friends as customers. Give them a link to your site so they can see what you’re all about. Consumers and subscribers will only trust you if they believe in you. They want to get value for their money. It’s unlikely that they will buy from you if they don’t know you.

2) Make a product or service people want and need. Even though it’s not your forte, if you provide something you’ve researched and learned a lot about, you can carry it on. Put your time, effort, and money into something you can sell and that your subscribers or buyers can use. Make sure you do your research well and you’ll make money. Don’t forget to give your subscribers some promotional stuff they can use.

3) Get to know the other members of your opt-in list. The benefit is obvious, especially if it’s someone with a successful opt-in list. These are people with experience in this field, and experience is still the most valuable teacher. You can find lots of articles on the internet, but nothing beats a first-hand account from someone you trust. It will be easier for you to figure out what to do and what not to do if you ask experienced opt-in list users. The general concept can still be applied even when different situations happen. You’ll be able to find out what you need to stay away from from these people.

Don’t expect to build a profitable opt-in list overnight. It takes a lot of preparation and effort. You need to maintain your opt-in list’s quality as your list grows. You’ve got to keep it organized and manageable. Get help if you need it, but make sure your subscribers are happy and satisfied, and they’ll want to buy.

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Published by Official dgivens

CEO of @officialdgivens, @dgivensphotos, Vice President of Digital Marketing & Sales @kidneytrails

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