If you’re running an online business and you somehow want to make money off of it someday, then you probably know by now how important having a targeted email list is. List building is a hot topic in the online world, and for a good reason. When starting to build an email list, the hardest part is the starting point. That’s why you should have a realistic capstone, so you can measure your efforts and ROI to see what works and what doesn’t. This is exactly why I created this guide. More and more, I realize my business is tending towards the teaching angle, and I’d love to share the little knowledge I have with those just starting out! This is because I want you to have a 1000-hour headstart in your business and start making money as soon as possible, or increase your revenue before the year runs out. In a true “Evan fashion”, this guide first started like a blog post. But then, I ended up with 5k+ words and 45 pages of general deliciousness. Needles to say, that would be too much for a blog post. So I made this into a pretty pdf which you can download and read at your convenience.
Here’s what’s included in this epic guide:
- Your brand DNA
- Your targeted audience
- Your list building goals
- Understanding the Pareto principle
- 10 models for creating email sign-up offers
- 5 essential elements for building your email list
- 6 ways to promote your opt-in offers
- Creating content for your email subscribers
- Branding your newsletter
- A sample email newsletter wireframe
- What should you send to your subscribers?
- Managing unsubscribers and increasing your open rate
- 7 ways to lose your newsletter subscribers
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Time taken to complete this guide: 7.5 days plus 8 cups of coffee, in the midst of two kids screaming their lungs off every time they couldn’t get my attention.
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