A very simple and Lazy Way To Create A Responsive List Of Email Subscribers

If you do business online to make a profit, then you probably know how important a list of potential customers is to your success.

But what if you don’t want to spend countless hours every week promoting, writing, and managing continuous email publishing?

So, here’s a relatively untapped strategy that you can use to create a list of potential customers who not only trust you, but also want to get more of your experience.

And that’s without having to face the difficult task of writing a newsletter issue every week, draining valuable hours of your workday

“What is it?” – you ask… It’s very simple! You are using an autoresponder to store a pre-written newsletter publication. Then you can let the autoresponder send pre-written questions to each of your subscribers every week, like clockwork.

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“But doesn’t that lead to a extreme work?””

At first glance, Yes, it may seem like a lot of work. But the secret is to use your time * wisely*. Of course, you can write a release every week… but when time allows, you can set up 3 releases at once, so you don’t have to write anything for the next three weeks (assuming you install each release weekly).

If you have your own material for getting information (for example, your own information products), this strategy is very useful and will free up a lot of your time.

Instead of having to write a newsletter issue weekly, you can actually write each issue at your own time and just add it to the autoresponder so that your subscribers get it when needed.

The best part is that your subscribers can always read all your issues, no matter when they subscribe. And after setting up a certain number of questions, you can decide to stop writing and follow what I call “read as I write”, where there is no set interval for future questions.

Of course, you can write an issue every week, but it may be more convenient for you to send an email whenever you have something to say or perhaps a new article to send.

Remember that, despite what gurus tell you, there are no Golden rules when it comes to designing your email list.