How do you Email Market

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I have tried everything and now i am on my wits end. Need your help. Warrior rise to the occassion to rescue me please
I am caught with Atomic Email Studio and lost terribly. It does not work and top of that support continue to pass the buck and refuse to refund They totally ignore. Unprofessional deceitful team taking us for a ride and refuse to accept it is a scam. I have burnt my bridge, please you don't. DO NOT BUY ATOMIC EMAIL MARKETING PRODUCTS at all.
Now i can't send email messages their extracted mails are inspite of verification, demon, address does not exist. AEStudio is a deceptive and not for internet marketers. Well don't tell me i did not warn you.
Now can some one tell me is there a way to extract genuine email addresses and promote afiliate products.
Will appreciate your early reply lauriedharma
Desperate
Lauretta
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by lauriedharma View Post

    Now can some one tell me is there a way to extract genuine email addresses
    To "extract" from what? :confused:

    Autoresponder companies provide opt-in boxes for your websites/squeeze pages. People type their email addresses into the box and get added to your emailing list.

    (Are you trying to do something different from this?).

    I don't quite understand what you're asking, because I don't know what you mean by "extract". Does this thread help you? http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post6123982

    PS - having your email address in your post in that clickable form, here, will subject you to all kinds of unsolicited and perhaps unwelcome email from "scraping bots" and other malicious entities and people. You can avoid some of that just by replacing the "@" with "(at)". Warriors will understand, and it will protect you from being spammed to the point at which you'll seriously regret it and want to change your email address - "just saying".
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    • Profile picture of the author lauriedharma
      Thanks Alex, much appreciated.
      I am trying to get a mailing list by extracting from websites. Is't that most of the affiliates are doing
      lauiredharma
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      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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        Originally Posted by lauriedharma View Post

        I am trying to get a mailing list by extracting from websites.
        Ah, I see what you mean. "Scraping".

        This is bad. Not only because it's wrong and generally illegal to send bulk unsolicited mail with affiliate promotions, but also because it won't work and you won't make any sales that way. What sells affiliate products is the relationship you have with your subscribers and the trust they have in the credibility you've established with them by providing them with valuable content, and the resultant strength of your recommendations.

        And you don't have one (other than maybe a strongly negative one!) if you send email like that to people who haven't opted in and asked you to. That's called "spam".

        Here's one post that explains the "relationship" aspect of it (you can substitute the words "affiliate sales" where it says "ClickBank sales"): http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post5210243

        Originally Posted by lauriedharma View Post

        Is't that most of the affiliates are doing
        Nooooo, you'll never make affiliate sales that way: the people who try that are all the ones who end up saying "affiliate marketing doesn't work". :p

        Seriously, Lauretta, how do you feel, yourself, about receiving unsolicited email like that? :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author huester
    Go with aweber. create a free product. then a landing page which you can host with aweber then get traffic to your free product page. rinse and repeat.
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    • Profile picture of the author RyanWasHere
      Try sendblaster. We use it for our promotional emails. Just be careful, there are anti- spam laws in many countries.
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  • Profile picture of the author Joseph Robinson
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    1. Pick niche.
    2. Find relevant products for niche.
    3. Create incentive for opt-in.
    4. Start website, put chosen opt-in chapter on landing page (with opt-ins on the right side and bottom of the text).
    5. Plan article series.
    6. Writer articles.
    7. Load articles into autoresponder, add occasional product review/plug, other information.
    8. Publish articles on my website.
    9. Confirm indexation.
    10. Syndicate articles to niche network (if you don't have one yet, this step involves finding and building a relationship with them).
    11. Post articles on EZA, occasionally check to see if published.
    12. Wait for inevitable traffic. Watch opt-ins come along. Answer any questions given.
    13. Wait for readers to receive the emails with product reviews. Collect sales.
    14. Look at sales stats, weep.
    15. Write a new article to keep up a 5-day autoresponder schedule. Repeat steps 6-14.

    Make all the monies, rinse and repeat with other niches.
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  • Profile picture of the author lauriedharma
    I do get lots of affiliate offers for which i have not subscribed. Thats how i ended up with Atomic Email Studio and suffering the consequences. Atomic Email Studio promoters are indeed scammers, they do not fix problem neither willing to refund. They trap and surwive on innocent clients.
    I did use sendblaster and it did not work for me either. I have opt in on my sites and nothing happened, only Aweber rakes monthly fees.
    I need some sort of good email marketing solution. Is there one?
    I have tried websites articles and so on. Webstart is another scam ripped off and refused to refund. Do not go for WEBSTART.
    Help me please to do email marketing correctly and effortless.
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    • Profile picture of the author riton
      Originally Posted by lauriedharma View Post

      I do get lots of affiliate offers for which i have not subscribed. Thats how i ended up with Atomic Email Studio and suffering the consequences. Atomic Email Studio promoters are indeed scammers, they do not fix problem neither willing to refund. They trap and surwive on innocent clients.
      I did use sendblaster and it did not work for me either. I have opt in on my sites and nothing happened, only Aweber rakes monthly fees.
      I need some sort of good email marketing solution. Is there one?
      I have tried websites articles and so on. Webstart is another scam ripped off and refused to refund. Do not go for WEBSTART.
      Help me please to do email marketing correctly and effortless.
      I'm one of the innocent victim. I'm totally aggree with it.
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  • Profile picture of the author faisalmaximus
    I depend on Aweber, they do what they said. I like their service a lot. My suggestion is, don't think about cheap services for those which controls major parts of your business.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamesmorrison80
    Many members here offered Aweber. My suggestion is, don't think about cheap services for those which controls major parts of your business.
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