lists - Potential buyers and Buyers

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I have a question, since I'm going to be launching my first product soon. Obviously offering something to potential buyers on the sales page to have them opt in, well help increase my sales, but I also know that people that end up buying are people that are proven buyers. Which obviously makes a better list.

Obviously I'm going to be collecting emails to help sell better, but should I be getting the people that end up buying to opt-in to another list of buyers only? If so, how would you go about that?
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  • Profile picture of the author sparrow
    From my view point this shows you who are loyal and you can offer them specials the others don't get to see.

    It depends on your autoresponder, if you are using Aweber they have support to show you how to do this.

  • Profile picture of the author raj7
    I would seo your site and see how it goes on the websites by analytics. email lists are expensive. I think GetResponse might have email lists for sale however.

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