So, you can tell I’m back to work, eh? Yep. Running like mad, as usual. But…
I just had to write and tell you about my friend Mike Purvis’s new website, called The List Auction.
Even if you’re new to the Internet marketing arena, you’ve probably heard this more than once: “The money is in the list.”
It’s the mantra.
Guess what else?
It’s the truth.
If you don’t have a list, you had better start building one TODAY. Without a list, no money.
Yet, if you’re just starting to build your list, no matter how long you’ve been online, you won’t have a sizable list overnight. So, what can you do?
You can try co-registration. I have been a List Builder Pro member for a couple of years and it’s grown my list tremendously. It’s reasonable and it works.
But it’s a monthly expense that some folks starting out just can’t afford.
What’s the alternative? Safelists. These are groups of people who belong to one website and who mail to each other. Some are non-credit based and some are credit based, meaning that you have to have enough credits in your account to mail to the other folks in the program. You usually earn credits by reading other members’ mails.
Well, The List Auction twists that notion a little and makes it more fun. You should check it out.
But don’t be surprised if you get a bunch of emails. That’s what safelists are for. So, set up a separate folder in Outlook to catch them all or open a GMail or Yahoo account for the purpose of just getting safelist emails. Then, go in and read them when you can.
I rarely use safelists anymore, but The List Auction might be something worth upgrading in and using religiously. I know for a fact that Corey Lewis uses them all the time and says they work great for him. I’ve decided to take a second look. Maybe you should, too.