The Goose That Lays Golden Eggs

Written by Mustafa K.

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Build a Relationship With Your Goose

You have to concentrate on building an undying relationship with your list. By offering quality content you form a strong relationship with them, which will definitely pay off handsomely inrepparttar future. Because when you create a worthy relationship with them, you start to gain your subscribers trust. Which is byrepparttar 109476 wayrepparttar 109477 hardest thing to gain online.

With time, your readers began to see you as an expert in your field and start to trust you more thanrepparttar 109478 other guys in your field. Any advice given by you will carry a mark of importance and would never be ignored by them.

So basically, it's extremely important that you gain a lot of trust and familiarity with your subscriber list, if you want to make money from it. People always buy from someone they know and have faith in and not from someone who tries to sell them. No one likes to be sold but everyone wants to be recommended. Everyone wants to be helped out.

Don't Kill Your Goose!

Even though it all seems so perfect,repparttar 109479 biggest mistake most ofrepparttar 109480 inexperienced marketers commit is they cut open and kill their goose expecting to find a lot more gold inside.

What I mean by killing your goose is, dont kill your list by sending too many offers promoting everything underrepparttar 109481 sun.

Trying to sell too many products too soon would literally suffocate your list.

Your list hasrepparttar 109482 potential to make you thousands of dollars for years, treat it like you treat someone special. Treat it with respect and dignity and help your subscribers as much as much as you can.

So there you have it, your own goose that lays golden eggs. Just treat it with respect, feed it well and dont even think of cutting it. That's all you need to do to make allrepparttar 109483 gold you want!

Mustafa K. is the co-founder of , a free online service that helps anyone deliver targeted content to their subscribers through RSS. Sign Up for your FREE account on his site to put an end to blocked messages and add more subscribers.

7 Ways Email Can End Your Business Relationships Before They Start

Written by Dina Giolitto

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Scare Tactic 5. Send out a group email, and forget to blind copy. I recently signed on to work for a company that contracts out writers. I likedrepparttar spirit in which business was being conducted andrepparttar 109475 site owner's honest approach. But there is such a thing as too much honesty. The first project came through via email - and I could seerepparttar 109476 name of EVERY writer who was competing with me for work! Not only does this have trouble written all over it, but no one wants their email address shared. A Privacy Policy isrepparttar 109477 hallmark of a real business. Implement one, and assure people their information is safe with your company.

Scare Tactic 6. Send an email that you haven't proofread. We're all in a hurry, it's true. But haste makes waste! If you request information on "barbecue girls," you might just get some unexpected feedback! Double-checking your message can ensure thatrepparttar 109478 recipient can respond properly. Ultimately, you'll get an answer torepparttar 109479 question you asked - and not one you didn't.

Scare Tactic 7. Send an email that's either too enthusiastic, or too austere. People are people - and I've encountered personalities from both ends ofrepparttar 109480 spectrum. Those who are "SO EXCITED to make your acquaintance that they CAN'T STOP SHOUTING!!!!!!" and those who apparently are so wrapped up in themselves that they can't spare a courteous hello. My advice: takerepparttar 109481 middle ground. Keep it friendly yet professional, and don't go to extremes in your correspondence.

Don't want to frighten people away with your email? Then avoidrepparttar 109482 "Scary Seven!" Above all, discussrepparttar 109483 who, what, when, where, how and why of your message, and be sure to include any information that will help your future colleague get to know you better - a website link, some articles you've written, your resume, etc. Don't be overly pushy on email, and avoid over- or under-communicating. In time, you'll getrepparttar 109484 feel forrepparttar 109485 type of emails people respond to. And once that happens, you're on your way to cultivating fruitful internet business relationships!

Copyright 2005 Dina Giolitto. All rights reserved.

Dina Giolitto is a New-Jersey based Copywriting Consultant with nine years' industry experience. Her current focus is web content and web marketing for a multitude of products and services although the bulk of her experience lies in retail for big-name companies like Toys"R"Us. Visit for rates and samples.

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