just say it was an absolute failure.
- Barely anyone cared
- Barely anyone bought my pitches
- Barely anyone opened my emails I'm talking less than 2-3%
copy that was the problem. I think it was more to me having a rubbish list
(giveaway subscribers mainly) and me never having a real plan.
I had no plan with the list, I just emailed when I felt like it...had no structure either...big mistake I know.
I'm at a stage where I'm finally making some money online every day and
have the right mindset these days. I feel like I have valuable info to share these days too.
I think I'm ready to make a new list and expand my income
So now we come to my question. Are lists really as good as people say they
are? Are they really worth dancing around and drooling over? OK that's not
my real question. My question really is the following:
"how on earth do I make a profitable list?!"
I mean spare me the "you need to offer value and build relationship" drill, I
know all that already. But I need specifics.
Should I create a few $1 WSO' reports and build a list that way?
Should I build just a paid list?
Should I once again try and build the biggest list of freebie seekers I can,
like last time?
Any advice in this field will be greatly appreciated.