Internet Marketing – Don’t Make These 3 List Building Mistakes

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Just about anyone can build (or
even buy) a big list. That’s
nothing to brag about.

What you’re
really after is a responsive,
profitable list. And that’s where
it gets a little tricky.

So let me share with you the three
most common list-building mistakes…

Mistake 1: Offering a junky lead

A good lead magnet should live up
to its name and attract targeted

But a lot of email
marketers throw any old piece of
junk up and expect people to
subscribe just because it’s free.

Doesn’t work that way.

If you want to build a big,
responsive list, then start by
offering a high-value, desirable
lead magnet that will impress the
heck out of your prospects.

Blow their socks off upfront, and it’s
much easier down the line to hold
their attention.


Mistake 2: Creating a poor lead

Some people think if the lead
magnet is good enough, then even
poor copy or poor design won’t

Wrong again.

People make snap decisions about
you based on your site. If your
site looks unpolished and
unprofessional, then your prospects
will think your products are
outdated, unpolished and cheap.

So, be sure you create a stylish,
polished lead page.

Last one…

Mistake 3: Not engaging readers.

Okay, here’s where it all comes

You can send out emails, but if no
one reads them then your business
is dead in the water.

So how do the world’s best email
marketers hook readers and get them
hanging on their every word,
clicking on their every link, and
buying like crazy?

That’s just one of the things
you’ll learn when you join the
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of all, if you act now you can get
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using the link below.

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Join now and you’ll find out what
the top list builders do
differently than everyone else –
I’m talking choosing the right
offers to promote, building a
responsive list, and making more
money than everyone else.

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