20 Ways To Increase Your Traffic And Sales Using Free Follow-Up Autoresponder Courses

Written by Eugenijus

An autoresponder course is a group of articles or information set up to be sent out separately over a set period of time by e-mail. People just e-mail your autoresponder to receiverepparttar free course and it is sent out automatically over time. You can find f.ree follow-up autoresponders to use by typing it into any search engine. Below are ten ways to use them to i.ncrease your traffic and sales.

1. Offer your course as a free bonus for purchasing one of your main products or services. People will buy your products quicker when you offer a bonus.

2. When you write and give away a fv.ree course you will become known as an expert. This'll gain people's trust and they will b.uy your main product quicker.

3. Allow others to add your free course to their own product packages. Their customers will see your ad when they purchase.

4. People love to get freebies. A free autoresponder course is perfect. They will visit your web site to getrepparttar 143759 free valuable information.

5. Allow people to receive your course for free, if they give yourepparttar 143760 e-mail addresses of 3 to 5 friends or associates that would be interested.

6. Allow other people to give away your free course. This will increaserepparttar 143761 number of people that will see your ad inrepparttar 143762 course.

7. You could trade advertising space in your course for other forms of advertising. It could be banner ads, e-zine ads, web site ads, etc.

8. Gain new leads by having people sign up and give you their contact info before they can receive your autoresponder course.

9. Give awayrepparttar 143763 autoresponder course as a free gift to your current customers as a way of letting them know you appreciate their business.

10. Give awayrepparttar 143764 course to people that join your affiliate program. This will i.ncreaserepparttar 143765 number of people that sign-up.

Internet Marketing Strategy: The Advertising Co-op

Written by Robert A Kearse

The advertising co-op is an Internet marketing strategy that should bring sustained financial success.

Benefits from a well run advertising co-op include:

(1)Responsive highly targeted advertising

(2)Low cost

How An Advertising Co-op Works

Members ofrepparttar same program pool their money to pay for advertising. Typically, a co op advertising group will consist of 3-12 members.

The best co op advertising buy is often a solo ad or top sponsor ad in an ezine. Let's say for example that a top sponsor ad in an ezine costs $120 (US). If 10 members participate inrepparttar 143738 co-op,repparttar 143739 cost per individual is only $12 (US).

Suddenly, highly targeted advertising is within reach of everybody. The members should be advertising a program where each member has his/her own individual referral url.

To organizerepparttar 143740 co-op you'll need:

(1)an URL (website) rotator

(2)ad trackers

For a comprehensive list of FREE URL rotators visit: http://100freeworkathometools.com/freeurlrotators.php

For a comprehensive list of FREE ad trackers visit: http://100FreeWorkAtHomeTools.com/freeadtrackers.html

Whenrepparttar 143741 ezine ad is run,repparttar 143742 ad will containrepparttar 143743 URL of a rotator. Inserted inrepparttar 143744 rotator will berepparttar 143745 referral URLS ofrepparttar 143746 co-op members. As ezine readers click onrepparttar 143747 URL inrepparttar 143748 ad,repparttar 143749 referring website URLS come up in rotation forrepparttar 143750 co-op members.

To insurerepparttar 143751 integrity ofrepparttar 143752 co-op each member should convert their referral URL to an ad tracking URL and submit this second url torepparttar 143753 co-op organizer.

Each timerepparttar 143754 ad tracker URL is clicked a hit will be recorded byrepparttar 143755 ad tracking program. All co-op members can be assured thatrepparttar 143756 ad responses are distributed evenly since they can compare number of hits with other co-op members.

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