Getresponse - delivering an ebook on signup

by Matt Hoey 4 replies
I've just added a Getresponse email signup form to my website. I want to offer a free ebook through it but i'm unsure how i do it.

Can anyone help?

I've setup my settings so it says "thankyou for downloading my ebook bla bla but there's nothing that says how i automatically send it for download.
#main internet marketing discussion forum #delivering #ebook #getresponse #signup
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  • Profile picture of the author Rich Blondi
    Put your PDF on your server and put a link to it in the body of your email. You don't want to send it as an attachment anyway, although some autoresponders allow it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Montgomery
    First you will need to upload the ebook to your server.

    Then you will need to create your first message that
    goes out to the person.

    You've got two choices for getting the ebook to them.

    You can either put a link directly to the ebook in your
    first mailout or you can put a link to a page that has a
    link to your ebook.

    Does that make sense?

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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Hoey
    Just a general "click here for your Ebook" link? Ok, thanks. I gave you a thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Hoey
    Thanks guys, it's all working now, i've got my first list building application hehe
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