Does Size REALLY Matter?
I’m sure you’ve probably heard the expression, “The money’s in the list.” This refers to the database of names, email addresses and other contact information you collect from customers and prospects.
Nowadays, building a list is a core principle behind online marketing – whether you’re selling services or physical products. Generally speaking, the bigger your list, the more money you’ll make.
Sounds pretty good if you’re an online marketing guru or someone who has tens of thousands of folks on their list. But what if you’re just getting started? Can you make money with a small list?
The answer to that question is “Heck Yes!”
When you’re ready to make some serious cash from your list, here are 5 Done-For-You ‘Copy and Paste’ Emails to revive your subscribers so you can do just that. Grab your emails now.
Does Size Really Matter?
Nope. I had a relatively small list (about 1,000 subscribers) that generated over $10,000 in one month. And I’m no online marketing guru.
It wasn’t difficult, I simply drove traffic to my website or landing page and captured the names and emails of my visitors. Then I sent them valuable content, follow-up emails and relevant sales promotions.
Just to give you a frame of reference, most online marketers say that if you can earn an average of $1 per subscriber per month, you’re doing well. So if I’d brought in about $1,000 in sales from my 1,000 list that would have been average. The $10,000 I actually generated is 10 times the industry average.
How did I do this? Size isn’t the only thing that determines how much you make from a list. The responsiveness of your list is a critical factor.
Responsiveness refers to the number of people who open your emails and take the action you want them to take – signing up for a webinar or making a purchase, for example.
Let me bottom line this for you:
If you’ve been sitting at a ZERO percentage open rate and people aren’t taking the action you want them to take, you can revive your dead email list. All you gotta do is write your emails with confidence, “swag” and influence.