You have a mailing list, you have sent messages to that mailing list either in the form of instant broadcasts or timed follow-ups. Once you write and send that e-mail, you’re done right,
Not exactly. You can re-use your e-mail autoresponder content in different ways to avoid having to do work over and over again, in the form of affiliate ads, articles, blog post and follow-ups. You sent that e-mail to your list about why they should buy that report from you. If it works well for you, chances are it will also work well for your affiliates. If you want someone else to promote your offer, take that autoresponder message, put it on a web page for people to copy and paste and send it to their own list.
Did you send a real thoughtful e-mail message to your list a while ago and thought, “That’s really constructional and it could work well as an article,” If so, go to your autoresponder sent messages link and you could probably find that e-mail you sent, dust it off and submit it to article sites to get more traffic back to your OptimPages and sales letters. But that’s not all you can do with an article, you can also place it on your blog and ask a simple question at the end to encourage comments. Now you’ve taken that e-mail message, given it to affiliates, used it as an article and ever recycled it as a blog post. But there’s still the easiest and most straightforward thing to do with an autoresponder broadcast and that’s to recycle it as a follow-up. If you’ve just now sent it to your list, copy and paste it into your follow-up sequence that when someone new joins your list, who had not seen that message, they might get the follow-up on day 10 or day 15. Even if you’ve just wrote this as a follow-up, there’s no harm in scheduling it 90 days ahead of time as a reminder.
And those are many different ways that you can and should repurpose your e-mail autoresponder follow-ups as affiliate ads, articles, blog post and follow-ups.Recommended ...
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