The Little Web Site That Could

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The Little Web Site That Could

By Irina

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Just imagine, with allrepparttar 134283 fly-by-night scams, empty too- good-to-be-true promises and outright illegal pyramids floodingrepparttar 134284 Internet, I had found a real gold nugget - honest to goodness online income stream that, by usingrepparttar 134285 proper system, could be multiplied over and over and over again. Andrepparttar 134286 best part was - ANYONE could do it! It didn't take ANY money to get started - just some time on a computer hooked up torepparttar 134287 Internet.

Build or Buy--Should You Build Your Own Opt-in Email List?

Written by Mohamed Rabea

By Mohamed Rabea

The easiest way to acquire an email list for your ezine or email marketing is just to buy one. They're not too expensive, and they provide you with a long list of names and email addresses.

But if there is one thing I've learned asrepparttar owner of an ezine, it is thatrepparttar 134276 easy road is not alwaysrepparttar 134277 one that brings yourepparttar 134278 best results. The problem with buying an email list is that none ofrepparttar 134279 people on that list know who you are. When they receive an email from you, most likely they will just delete it without bothering to open it.

That is why it is so beneficial to build your own opt-in email list. Yes, creating a list from scratch isrepparttar 134280 more difficult and time-consuming solution, but at least it is a solution. Email lists rarely bringrepparttar 134281 desired results, sorepparttar 134282 money you spend on them might as well be flushed downrepparttar 134283 toilet.

Email marketing and ezine distribution isn't about blasting a bunch of strangers with sales pitches and information they don't want and didn't ask for. If you really want to achieve results with your email list, you need to build your own.

Here is a list of questions you need to ask yourself when building your email list:

*Who is your target audience and what do you have to offer them?

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