Do you move your subscribers to buyers lists?

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I have been creating a few sites on different subjects, to start building some lists. I have heard people say to move people who buy your product, to a buyers list. I have several digital products that I own, and want to sell on these sites.

If a subscriber on one of my sites, on my list1, buys product #1, I guess I should move them to buyers-list1. Now I start to promote product #2, to both lists, and some people on buyers-list1, buy it.

Do I put them in with the same people in buyers-list-2, even though they bought different products.? What if someone in buyers-list-2 buys it, do I make a buyers-list-3, and move them there?

I am assuming I keep moving them to a new buyers list, every time they buy a different product, so they don’t keep seeing the same offers, but no one has actually said that. Is this right, or do most people just have one buyers list.

I am just wondering if the benefits are worth the added work, of writing emails for multiple lists, or if keeping them all on the same list, works just as well.

I Would appreciate some feedback.

Thanks Glenn
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  • Profile picture of the author David Keith
    well, there is no perfect automated way of dealing with this.

    for me, i use multiple lead lists and 1 single buyers list in most niches. I use advanced techniques with hidden fields and such to pass the data dl links and such into my AR systems.
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  • Profile picture of the author Prashant_W
    The purpose of segregating your list is to make your life easier. You'll know what types of products to market to each sub-group, what sort of content you should send out to them, etc., Ultimately, it'll be significantly easier for you to add genuine value to them.

    It's not simply to avoid sending out the same promos to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author abbesnwk
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    Hi, do not forget that you can do fine without segregating your list . Find your own way to make order in the chaos
    Regards
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  • I personally have one buyers list per niche, not per product.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    Originally Posted by gjd6599 View Post

    I am assuming I keep moving them to a new buyers list, every time they buy a different product, so they don't keep seeing the same offers, but no one has actually said that. Is this right, or do most people just have one buyers list.
    I would suggest this.

    You will have to put in the work to setup new autoresponder lists and emails. Once you have it setup, things can pretty much be automated. Have at least 30 emails in each autoresponder list that you set up.
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