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Hello,

Please someone tell me from your experience how much approximatly one optin worth? I know what it varies , as it concerns a lot of factors. For example if someone have 2,000 email list and the list is buyer list,NOT some crap who only wants free things, how much can you make from 2,000 email list? How often you will blast to this email your offer? In overall can one optin be $0,50 worth ?

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  • Profile picture of the author brunom
    You can usually get $1 per month per opt-in if you market it well and it's a buyers list that's interested in what you have to sell (i.e. same niche).
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    • Profile picture of the author Kukelka
      Originally Posted by brunom View Post

      You can usually get $1 per month per opt-in if you market it well and it's a buyers list that's interested in what you have to sell (i.e. same niche).
      $1 per month per opt-in is NOT to much? It need's perfect marketing to reach $1 I think. Also about squeeze page. If I want to check opt-in rate , it would be good idea buy for example 40 solo ad clicks and see how my squeeze page performing?
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  • Profile picture of the author Shaun OReilly
    There's far too many variables involved to give you a
    sensible figure.

    For example, it depends upon the quality of your traffic,
    the quality of your writing, the suitability of your offers,
    etc.

    There's a common figure of $1 per subscriber per month
    that gets spouted, but very few e-mail marketers are
    skillful enough to ever approach those figures.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kukelka
    dublicate post , sorry
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  • Profile picture of the author stevemorse
    Also depends on the niche market niches convert better than others.

    for example, the niche InternetMarketing, must quickly convert leads to new products. There is plenty of competition but there is so much traffic.

    While such a niche free energy converts to me very well and there's no competition.

    The percentage of clicks to reach niche IM 2/5% on the list, and Free Energy to 15%, and Forex 30% .

    It also depends on the relationship you have with your users.
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  • Profile picture of the author paul nicholls
    as shaun says there really is far too many variables involved

    the best thing you can do is build your list the best you can and giving your subs the best information you can and while doing it you can make tweaks, improvements and test etc

    it really does come down to testing and seeing what works best for you and your list as no 2 lists are the same

    paul
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  • Profile picture of the author incomefix
    This is a great question to which I'd also like a good answer. Some people think lists are just a numbers game. But what if you use your list to lead into high-end offers, or else very good converting offers only .....?
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  • Profile picture of the author GetRichMatrix
    hmmm, I personally get a lot more than $1 per optin from my lists. It depends on so many factors. How much is your product/service selling for, how much do people REALLY need it or want it or think they need it, and most important of all: how do you treat your list? Do they love you, do they love spending money on your products and services because you give them so much value in return it's just ridiculous...well, then you can get that $ amount per subscriber a whole lot higher.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
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    There are waaaaaaaaaay to many variables to give you a straight answer.

    People like to say about $1 a month; if you know what you're doing $2.

    But, really it all comes down to you and the subscribers. I've seen a couple of lists in the thousands that only make like $300-$400 per month.

    I've had lists where the subscribers were worth $.50/pm - $1/pm and $2.15/pm.

    They all started off fairly terrible - except the $2.15 one as it was a straight buyers list. I just worked with what I had and got the list performing to the way I wanted the best I could.

    Really - you have to just test to know. It's all about optimizing and giving your list what they want. Not all the stuff that somebody elses list wanted.

    Nobody will be able to give you a 'real' answer to your question as there isn't one.
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  • Profile picture of the author SeanSupplee
    The old saying used to be for every 1 optin subscriber you have each month you should be making $1 +. If your not then your doing something wrong. If that was the case id be freakin swimming in cash right now lol but to be honest it really all depends on what kind of list your building and what your looking to do with it. I have a number of lists and some make very little as its mostly free information with only one sell on it.

    Normally a list is worth more when its a buyers list compared to the list you created off the free product they where signing up for so if you can split the two would be in your benefit.
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  • Profile picture of the author erwin78
    Hi,
    interesting question? I'm also new to list building but I know this is the right way.
    I hope even $0.50 would be a good at the begining.

    All the best.
    And see you on top.
    Erwin.
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  • Profile picture of the author warrock
    $1 is more in line for the guys who spam their lists to death.

    If you take time to build a relationship and offer value you will have $1000 days even with small lists.
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    • Profile picture of the author pers1t
      I think, when just starting you list building story, even $0.30 per subscriber is good result. But ultimate goalshould be $1 and higher. I am building lists in different niches for about 8 months, but didn't reach $1 per subscriber point yet.
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      • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
        Has this question, by any chance, got anything to do with the other question you asked in this thread where you want to know what to do with your list of 200,000 people?
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnStP
          Over time, I think the larger your list, the less you're going to make per subscriber. Especially if you're just trying to build numbers and not value. I have lists that do a LOT more than $1/subscriber, but they're lists I've cultivated over time, only offered quality stuff I use myself or have tested AND I take my list through an ascension strategy that gives me break-even numbers up front, and much larger profit down the road.

          So, it's not just how and how many you're driving onto your list. It's also what you're doing with them once they're there.
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        • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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          Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

          Has this question, by any chance, got anything to do with the other question you asked in this thread where you want to know what to do with your list of 200,000 people?
          This question was uppermost in my mind, too, on seeing this thread.

          I mention it specifically not to criticise, of course, but simply to clarify that if the two threads are connected in any way, the answers given here, unfortunately, are almost certainly in no way applicable to the circumstances referred to there.

          Does this help? http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post6123982
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          • Profile picture of the author Kukelka
            Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

            This question was uppermost in my mind, too, on seeing this thread.

            I mention it specifically not to criticise, of course, but simply to clarify that if the two threads are connected in any way, the answers given here, unfortunately, are almost certainly in no way applicable to the circumstances referred to there.

            Does this help? http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post6123982
            Thanks everyone for answers, I got very usefull information from you , thanks again. And the thread about 200k is NOT connected, just one member was offering to me email list after this thread was created,I was thinking what only emails is worthless...but asked your warriors , maybe something good can be done from what emails. So thank's again and wish me luck in list building
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  • Profile picture of the author Willie Crawford
    One of the biggest factors is actually the niche (or sub-niche)
    that you're in. I have tiny lists where I earn over $50 per
    subscriber per month, and I have huge lists where I earn less
    than $.50 per subscriber per month.

    It also depends upon the time that you've taken to build a
    relationship with the list, the expectation that you set when you
    attracted people onto the list, and too many other factors
    to list here.

    I find that that internet marketing niche, one of the ones that
    I started list-building in first, that you often have the most jaded
    and over-whelmed subscribers, who are also most-liked to study
    your emails analyzing your angle... since they study marketing.

    With an IM list, so many list owners seem to use "churn and
    burn" that it also depends heavily upon where your subscribers
    come from. Fresh subscribers, new to the niche, are probably
    a lot more responsive to some offers for example. More seasoned
    subscribers are more-likely to respond to others.

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  • Profile picture of the author carlosterrazas
    Great post, as usual a lot of good information for us new at IM.
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