How To Make Your List Building Efforts Pay by Caring For Your List

I am often asked how to care for a list once your list building efforts start to pay off.

There are simple guidelines that will ensure that those who join your list are serious and want to continue their online education don’t quit your list.

Here are 3 tips you can apply right now:

  • stop dropping money bombs on your list every time you email them. People get bombarded with make money offers all the time and they certainly don’t want to get that from you. That’s why you have to show your appreciation by giving value. I’m not saying not to send out a money offer at times but do this as a general rule of thumb. “Send out 5 value emails for every 1 money offer”. So what is a value email?


  • give your list free training on how to build a list, or show them a video on the subject and even share with them a free PDF (with no optin) that is pertinent to your topic and will further their education


  • show them other places they can get free material for their blogging efforts and even share with them traffic methods that have given you good results.

As you can see, there are all manner of things you can do to keep your list engaged and looking forward to your next email.

And as a thank you for having taken the time to read this post, the link below takes you to a place where you can download free audio shorts you can use for your marketing efforts.


Giving your list the training and time it deserves does take some efforts but when you do take the time your list building efforts will not be as difficult since you won’t be losing your prospects as fast as they come optin to your offer.

Do as I do and provide them with concrete usable information they can apply to make their life easier for their online marketing.

About the Author Marie Leonard

Marie is a seasoned online coach and marketer helping newcomers save time and money in applying sound internet marketing processes and providing them with versatile tools to ease their lead generation frustrations.

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