How to Start Your Own Mailing List

Written by Joanne King

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This option is very much labour intensive as you will need to keep on top of who’s subscribed and who wants to be removed every time before you send out a newsletter.

When I’m actively promoting and advertising my websites I have been known to get over 100 subscribers a day. That’s why I love my aweber, it does allrepparttar labour intensive work for me. The small fee it costs has paid for itself time and time again.

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Will RSS Replace Email?

Written by Kent Thompson

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One is not better thanrepparttar other because they both serve two totally different purposes.

In my opinion, RSS is better for reaching a large list of subscribers because it is 100% spam proof and putsrepparttar 141891 control intorepparttar 141892 hands ofrepparttar 141893 consumer.

Why fightrepparttar 141894 spam filters when you can avoid them altogether?

Internet marketers that think they are "more in control" by using email instead of RSS are somewhat disillusioned. Consumers can unsubscribe to your email list any time they want to. If they try to unsubscribe from your list but can't, then you are spamming them.

If you truly offer valuable content, consumers will look forward to getting your messages whether they come by email or RSS.

Consideringrepparttar 141895 fact that a good number of emails are getting blocked by spam filters, you have a better chance of reaching more of your subscribers via RSS.

With that said, email will always be necessary on an individual basis so you can have two-way communication.

RSS was never made for that, and will never fill that role. But RSS can reach a large group of spectators with a 100% delivery guarantee. And that is something email just can't match!

Now you can bypass the spam filters altogether by delivering your newsletter via personalized RSS feed! Kent Thompson's new software makes it too easy. Check it out!

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