Is it necessary to get the top brand? Wouldn't a simple autoresponder that does the basics be good enough for list building?
I'm not talking about getting free autorepsponders. I know those have slow send-out rates.
An interesting article by Brian Dean. Some of the things that caught my eye:
For those of you that slept through freshman English class . . . Or were more focused on the gross pizza splatter on the teacher's blue perma-pressed shirt . . .
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Here's a very powerful marketing lesson if you recognize and use it. When I was a kid, everyone on the block washed and waxed their own cars in the driveway at home - even in the winter. On any given weekend day (most everybody worked M-F 8-5) you could drive up and down the neighborhood streets and see hoses, buckets, sponges, a chamois, towels, brushes, portable radios ("transistors") and assorted vacuum cleaner gear littering driveways everywhere.
How often have you tried to promote your services or products to a client only to be knocked back? Too often, we as business owners, waste time trying to promote products or services that believe are solutions for clients but we fail when they are not accepted or perceived as a good idea.