Autoresponders automatically send a sequence of pre-written promotional or educational emails based on a schedule that you set. Autoresponders also track the clicks and user activity in the body of the email. Successful internet marketers use autoresponders to automate their online business.
Whenever an internet marketer wants to drive sales to their new product or services, they will send an email to their list of customers and introduce their new product or service. Most of their subscribers in the email list, if they have built a relationship with them, will usually make a purchase within the first email or two. The rest of the email subscribers will receive a different set of emails that are custom created to increase their buying temperature. These subscribers require some time to build their interest and trust (as well as motivation) to invest their money in what the internet marketer is trying to sell.
Autoresponders make it easy for an internet marketer to add his large number of prospects to the autoresponders email list. It is also possible to build a huge email list when subscribers opt-in to their email list. Autoresponders will help the internet marketers to understand what motivates their subscribers to take action. Once the internet marketer separates his subscribers into different groups, it is easier for him/her to send custom emails to different groups. The subscribers in some group may purchase any product hearing the initial hype around the product. Some other subscribers are looking how to get things that cost little or no money.
If you are new to autoresponders, then try investing in an autoresponder service like aweber.com or GetResponse.com. You can always get technical assistance once you are a paid customer (most will offer limited technical support to the free trial offers as well – because they want you to become a paid subscriber)! The customer service representative will guide you step-by-step manner in how to set up your subscriber list and initial campaigns.
These autoresponder services will also have tons of videos that will teach you a lot about email marketing. Make sure you ask the customer support for any upcoming webinar training related to email marketing they are hosting. The autoresponder services conduct webinar training almost every month and it’s a great opportunity to learn more about interment marketing and email marketing.
Most people will not give out their email addresses like in the past, so you need to deliver your customers something valuable in exchange for their emails. If a person is looking for weight loss tips, then offer them on an informative video or e-book entitled, “Loose 2 pounds every week by drinking homemade juice every morning” or something similar. You need to offer something that sounds easy for them to do with fantastic results. NOTE: be truthful in your claims! Do not offer an outrageous claim for success. Something like, “Take this one pill every night, sleep 18 hours per day and lose 900 pounds in one month – guaranteed!” You will look silly; you will look like you are lying (which you are) and you will probably find yourself in trouble with the authorities at some point in the near future!
If you are offering a solution that is easy for the customer to implement right now and the customer (who is over weight) sees the potential in your product (because he/she want to cut down their weight as soon as possible with very less effort), you might convince them to give your product a try.
This means you need to have an effective opt-in page for your new customers. In order to do this, you should do your research in your niche and find out what drives them; what their greatest need is; what the motivation is in even searching for your product. Once you know what drives them, you can use the knowledge you learn to help sell your product to them. Remember, you MUST deliver value to your client. If you do not deliver value to your client (or what your client perceives is value), you will soon be facing many refunds and your reputation will be ruined.
Make sure the first email you send to your potential customer is always informative and helps solve the problem he/she is facing. Craft your first 2 emails in a way the reader would find that you are genuinely trying to help them. In you third email write about the product that you are selling. If you are an affiliate of the product then you should always make your own mini sales page, because the sales pages of the product owners are often generalized to cater to customers in a broad niche. If you are able to find core problems the customers are facing, then create a mini sales page and concentrate your sales letter on only that problem. Once they opt-in to your email list, send them to the sales page of the affiliate product you are promoting.
To be successful in internet marketing you need to constantly improve your traffic sources and find new ones. You also need to learn to write your emails in such a manner to generate trust and respect in the eyes of your clients; generate interest in your product and get your potential customer ready to make a purchase of your product or services.
Remember this one rule: ALWAYS deliver value for your client FIRST! Only then will you be rewarded financially in the end. If you focus on the money aspect first – you will, most of the time, lose what you were seeking to accomplish.
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