If you’re an affiliate marketer, I’m sure at some point you’ve either heard or been told that you really should build an email list.
List building can often be seen as something of a black art but at its heart is very simple in principle:
- Put an opt-in form in front of your visitors
- Add some incentive for them to sign up, like a free report
- Add their email address (and possibly their name as well) when they sign up
- Communicate/market and build a relationship with them by emailing them regularly
That’s the “what to do” of
The “how” is what trips people up. These are common question …
Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve had a few emails drop into my Inbox that are promoting the Cobra Mailer bulk email system. Some of these emails have come from people I’ve come to trust so I pointed them to my review of this system (posted back in November) and suggested that they not promote it.
Whether they took that onboard, I don’t know. But if you happen to get emails pushing this system, I’d advise you to steer clear of it. Besides being extremely expensive ($1,497 plus $297 per month), it is not the all-in-one solution to email marketing that it is being advertised as and is misrepresented to potential …
This Cobra Mailer review looks at my experience with the program. Every so often, I see another pulse of emails from IM people pushing this system. To cut to the chase, steer clear of Cobra Mailer. You’ll be glad you did. It’s a Bait and Switch system designed to part you from as much of your money as possible.
You’ll find no affiliate links for this system in this post as I wouldn’t promote such a scammy product to my readers.
Ok, now let’s get into the nitty-gritty.
What Is The Cobra Mailer System?
Cobra Mailer is promoted through webinars by the developers John Shugart, Luke Sample and Stephen Renton. It’s touted …
Marketing should be done by all companies, but not all do it effectively. Running affordable email marketing campaigns are a great way to promote your business. Keep reading to find out how you can send out effective emails.
Sending emails is a fast and personal way to keep in touch with your customers. Keep your emails short to ensure you hang on to your reader’s attention. Few people will care to read a lengthy, thousand-word wall of text about a single product or service. Include links to your website. This way, your customers will be able to get more information there.
Never send emails to consumers without gaining their permission first. People …