Two Top List-Building Tips
Well, this post was started yesterday and I aimed to have it published as per usual. However, WordPress decided to kindly throw a hissy fit when I was saving the draft, so after it had greeted me with a message telling me that this particular function could not be performed, I found that it had deleted everything that I had written since the last save.
Now, I have actually experienced this before and had implemented a habit of copying and pasting everything I’ve type just in case this stupid error comes up. But no, on the one occasion when I click “Save Draft” without doing that, it decides to throw up the error.
So with about an hour’s work down the drain I just couldn’t bring myself to type all that up again, so I decided to call it a night.
Instead, I have covered all that I wanted to say in a video.
I don’t mind doing videos but I find that I can articulate what I want to say much better in written format rather than spoken format, hence why I do more written content on my blog. But seeing as I just didn’t have the heart to start writing from scratch I decided that it would be much easier and, indeed, quicker to do a video instead.
I’m sure you’ve heard it said, “The money is in the list”.
There are variations on this, such as: “The money is in the relationship that you have with your list” and, “The money is in a responsive list”.
Whichever way you look at it, you should be building an e-mail list, if you aren’t already.
But are you getting the subscribers you want? If not then there could be a couple of reasons for that. In the video below I talk about two tips that you can implement to increase the chances of someone noticing your opt-in form and entering their details.
I hope that you found those little tips useful.
If you have a mailing list, are there any other tips that you have found that you’d like to share? Please feel free to leave them by commenting below.