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Dedicated Email Drops 101 – Discover The Secrets To Harnessing The Power Of Email Marketing, Even If You Don’t Have A Single Subscriber Of Your Own – Includes Sales Material + Master Resale Rights

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Discover The Secrets To Harnessing The Power Of Email Marketing, Even If You Don’t Have A Single Subscriber Of Your Own

Get Results With Email Marketing

 

Find out how you can practically steal subscribers from your competitors‘ lists, and they’ll thank you for it!

Discover the secrets to getting the lowest prices on dedicated email drops, plus bonuses and more!

Learn how to get the best results from every campaign every time!

 

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Risk Reduction

There’s risk in everything in business, but there’s also a way to mitigate some of that risk.

With regard to dedicated email drops, there’s a possibility that the quality of the list isn’t what you’re hoping for, that the subscriber numbers aren’t as high as the seller claims, etc.

Fortunately, you can take a few steps to help reduce your risk. Here are a few ways you can help mitigate the potential risk involved in buying dedicated email drops.

1. Ask For “Make Goods” – Some list owners will be willing to “make good” on their offer if they send an email out and it doesn’t perform. As upfront if they are willing to do this for you if you don’t get good results.

2. Use Cheaper Options First – If the list owner offers cheaper options such as text, display, or banner ads, try those first to see if you get any results. If so, you can then purchase a dedicated drop. If not, you might want to find another list to try.

3. Use Tracking – It’s a good idea to set up conversion tracking so you can see how many people make it to your thank you page and not just the traffic you get to the landing page.

4. Buy A Partial Send – You may be able to buy a partial send, which is when the list owner sends your email only to a small segment of their list at a lower price. For example, if the owner charges $200 for a dedicated email to a list of 20,000 people, they might send an email to 5,000 of those people for only $50 to let you test the quality.

Even with these techniques, there’s still a possibility that you won’t get the results you’re hoping for, but this way you won’t have as much at stake, so your potential for loss is greatly reduced.

Finding Lists

Perhaps the most difficult and time-consuming part of buying dedicated email drops is finding lists that fit with your niche. There are two main ways to do this. You can either use a broker, or you can find lists on your own.

If you would like to check out a broker, here are two sites to take a look at:

http://next.srds.com/home

Brokers are great, because you can let them do all the work finding the lists, negotiating deals, etc. However, it comes at a price. The broker takes their cut of the money, making the service significantly more expensive than if you buy direct from list owners.

The above link will let you search about 60,000 mailing lists to try to find some that will work for you. But a lot of people use this same site, so it may be hard to find something affordable.

The other way to find lists is a bit more work, but you have the potential to locate “hidden” sources that might have lists that aren’t overused and that are priced a lot more reasonably.

Let’s say you’re in the weight loss niche. Start visiting popular websites in the weight loss niche and looking for the links that say “advertising” and such. Many websites will have a list of all their different promo opportunities, or at least a contact page so you can inquire about them. They may also have a media kit that You can also Google like this:

As you can see, this search came up with over two thousand potential sites you might be able to advertise on.

You may have to wade through a lot of sites, but eventually you will come up with a nice list of sites you can contact about advertising.

Before You Advertise

There’s a couple of things you need to do before you commit to advertising with any list. Primarily, you need to subscribe to the list and watch it for a week or two to get an idea of what the list is like.

Things you need to look for:

• How frequently do they send emails? If they slam the list day after day, it probably won’t be very responsive. If they hardly ever email, the list may have gone cold.
• Do they mail only ads, or do they also send valuable content? If the list is nothing but ads, it probably won’t be very responsive.
• Do they endorse their advertisers or merely send ads? Ideally, you want to see the emails coming with the list owner’s name in the FROM field, and you want them to say something like “Our friends at Your Site Name have a really cool offer for you!”

Once you have a few prospects that fit these criteria well, it’s time to start contacting them and finding out how much the list owner charges for advertising and you’ll want to ask a few other questions.

Here are a few important questions to ask:

• List Size – You’ll obviously want to know their subscriber numbers, but also ask if they are willing to send a test email to a smaller segment of their list at a lower price so you can see how well it converts before you commit to a larger price.
• Cost – Find out how much their standard rates are.
• Estimated Open Rate and CTR – Many list owners don’t know this information, but those who do should be fine with providing it. If not, it could be a red flag.
Split Testing – Find out if they allow split testing so you can test different elements of your promotion.
• Other Incentives – Ask if the list owner is willing to offer any special incentives to get your business. For example, 30-day terms so you can pay after the email is sent, or a reduced rate if you buy ads on their website or a lower rate as a first-time buyer.

Buying Your Ad

Once you’re ready to buy, find out their availability. You should be able to schedule a specific date and time. Hopefully the list owner will be able to tell you which days and times perform best for them, but if not, a good rule of thumb is that the best days are usually Tuesday-Thursday between 8 PM and Midnight Eastern time.

Weekends can also do well, but make sure you ask what their typical open rate and CTR is on weekends, because it could be lower or higher on weekends depending on the list.

Make sure you’re going to be the only email sent to the list that day. Otherwise, you’ll risk getting lost in the shuffle, and you won’t see the kind of results you could if you were the only email that day.

Remember to ask for those bonus incentives. If you don’t ask, it’s not likely they will be offered voluntarily. As for every possible discount you can get, such as a discount for it being your first time advertising with them, and discounts off putting banner ads on their website.

Finally, don’t forget to try to negotiate Net 30 payment terms, meaning you have up to 30 days after the email is sent to pay. This will let you see what the results will be before you pay, and you can negotiate afterword for a “make good” email before you pay if results are dismal.

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1 Ebook (PDF, DOC), 18 Pages
7 Part Autoresponder Email Messages (TXT)
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