Best Co-Registration Service?

by JasonParker 9 replies
Warriors... Where's the best co-registration service?

Thanks. =)
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  • Profile picture of the author WilsonA
    This is the only one I have used Opt-in list-builder adds subscribers and leads to your mailing list it is expensive but it is worth the money.
    They take time to deliver the leads and you would get better results if you used getresponse as it is their service
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  • Profile picture of the author Chipt
    Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

    Warriors... Where's the best co-registration service?

    Thanks. =)


    Be careful when you get involved with co-reg deals because you can waste a lot of money and time and even get yourself in trouble if you aren't familiar with that 'game.'

    Just a consideration -

    Chip Tarver
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    • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
      Originally Posted by Chipt View Post

      Be careful when you get involved with co-reg deals because you can waste a lot of money and time and even get yourself in trouble if you aren't familiar with that 'game.'

      Just a consideration -

      Chip Tarver
      How's that?
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      • Profile picture of the author Chipt
        Originally Posted by JasonParker View Post

        How's that?


        Hey -

        This can be an exhaustive explanation, so here is the short version...

        1. Not all co-reg companies are ethical

        2. Not all co-reg leads are created equal

        3. Co-reg can be a mixed bag of leads from stop-smoking, lose weight, make your body parts bigger, buy insurance, re-fi your morgage [etc. ad nauseum]

        4. It is typically almost impossible to get true and specific demographic and pychographic profiles on the leads unless you're spending BIG money on the leads

        5. Lots of people don't remember checking all those boxes on the co-reg form and will accuse you of spamming them, which can get you in trouble

        6. One friend of mine just deleted 60,000 co-reg leads off his list because they were basically worthless

        7. Another friend on mine managed a co-reg deal for a very well known IM company... and my friend actually quit the company because the deal was such a scam and didn't work

        I could go on. Hopefully this is enough to help you ask the right questions and make a smart business decision...



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        • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
          Originally Posted by Chipt View Post

          Hey -

          This can be an exhaustive explanation, so here is the short version...

          1. Not all co-reg companies are ethical

          2. Not all co-reg leads are created equal

          3. Co-reg can be a mixed bag of leads from stop-smoking, lose weight, make your body parts bigger, buy insurance, re-fi your morgage [etc. ad nauseum]

          4. It is typically almost impossible to get true and specific demographic and pychographic profiles on the leads unless you're spending BIG money on the leads

          5. Lots of people don't remember checking all those boxes on the co-reg form and will accuse you of spamming them, which can get you in trouble

          6. One friend of mine just deleted 60,000 co-reg leads off his list because they were basically worthless

          7. Another friend on mine managed a co-reg deal for a very well known IM company... and my friend actually quit the company because the deal was such a scam and didn't work

          I could go on. Hopefully this is enough to help you ask the right questions and make a smart business decision...



          Chip
          Thanks for your insights Chip. =)

          Although I get what you're saying, I know there has to be a smart way of using Co-Reg.

          For example... Your targeting problems could be fixed by simply using a better service targeted only toward IMers.

          Your list worth problems could be solved by joining some kind of limited co-reg service in which you're only "JVing" with 100 or 200 internet marketers.

          "One friend of mine just deleted 60,000 co-reg leads off his list because they were basically worthless"

          That's ridiculous. =) If they're not buyers, you could at least leverage them in some other way. Like as affiliates... to build up points in giveaways...
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          • Profile picture of the author Chipt
            Good points, Jason, but...

            The big issue with a mixed bag of co-reg leads is 'warming up the list,' and that is not as easy as some would have you believe.

            The challenge is getting the people [leads] to raise their hands and reveal to you what they are really interested in / looking for...

            ... without you getting accused of spamming because you sent a mortgage re-fi email to someone who wanted to lose 50 pounds...

            'Nuff said. Just my experience I've learned along the way. Have a good one -

            Chip
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            • Profile picture of the author JasonParker
              Originally Posted by Chipt View Post

              Good points, Jason, but...

              The big issue with a mixed bag of co-reg leads is 'warming up the list,' and that is not as easy as some would have you believe.

              The challenge is getting the people [leads] to raise their hands and reveal to you what they are really interested in / looking for...

              ... without you getting accused of spamming because you sent a mortgage re-fi email to someone who wanted to lose 50 pounds...

              'Nuff said. Just my experience I've learned along the way. Have a good one -

              Chip
              Thanks for the heads up Chip. Much appreciated. =)
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              • Profile picture of the author RobertX
                I have used the following before, and can recommend:

                Effective Online Co-reg
                EMBR Group
                Plannet49

                You really need to ask where they get their traffic from, because co-registration lead quality is really hinged upon where they generate their traffic from. Ie. if traffic for your 'finance' related offer is coming from porn sites or free online desktop games during the day... then it may be safe to say that it might not really work for you.

                There is such a variance of offers on the path so the coreg company needs to keep this in mind.

                Be aware also that the traffic sources WILL change based upon who their big players are on the path. For example if they get a major client targeting 18 - 30 year olds then a lot of your leads will be of a younger demographic... its really a balancing act and doesn't work for everyone.
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                • Profile picture of the author heavysm
                  The original definition of co-reg email marketing was that the subscriber willingly selects a list they want to be apart from the one they subscribed to originally.

                  That's what co-reg is. The other stuff is just spammy can-spam defying crap that's just asking for an AR shutdown.

                  There's a company at the tip of my tongue that good for most major markets, but I can't think of it right this second. I'll update my post/this thread when i remember it.

                  **I think the service is opt-intelligence.com.

                  The leads they generate are only those people who *want* to be on your list. No defiance of their permission here; they actually want to be on your list as per the co-reg definition.
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