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Top 10 Ways to Make Money with Your List


Top 10 Ways to Make Money with Your List

  (recommended by Matt Lloyd)

Have you built up a list of subscribers, but none of them are buying from you?

If you have a list and you’re not making money from those people, you need to be doing a different strategy…

Here are the Top-10 ways to start making money with your list right now…

1. It’s not just the size of the list.  It’s the relationship you have with the list, which really pays you.

Most online marketers think by merely building a list it’s going to get them paid. Building a list is only the first step—but it’s not what really pays you.

In fact, I know people who have a list of 10,000 leads but they still can’t make a dollar online, or still aren’t getting regular commissions.

The size of the list is a factor, but the relationship is what’s infinitely more important.

The relationship is incredibly important if you ever want to sell something to anybody. Then once you build a rapport with your prospect, the next step is to get those people to respond.

2. Market to the right people.  

This might sound obvious, but you could be reaching out to the wrong people—and this is actually pretty common among online marketers…

If you’re promoting some product or solution and that’s what you advertise, then you’re lead capture page should match that product.

For example, my lead capture page promises I’ll send you daily videos where I answer your questions about marketing. But what if you signed up, and then I started sending you emails about gardening?

Would you want to buy my videos about marketing? Absolutely not, because what I offered, what I presented on their entry point into my sales funnel was completely different to what I’m actually offering.

3. Frequency of your messages.

Another reason why you might not yet be making money from your list is you’re NOT contacting them frequently enough.

You should be reaching out to your list, in my personal view, almost daily. Some people might think that’s too much. But your average prospect spends less than 5 seconds a day thinking about you or your business, so it’s not too much at all.

If they are receiving your content / stories / offers daily, and it’s too much for a prospect, they’re probably not the right prospect for you.

Plus, if someone is in the Internet marketing niche, they are probably checking their email several times a day. You should aim to send daily emails—every single day.

4. Consistency is key.

Consistency is just as important as frequency…

How often do you email them? Is it every day, or two days, or three days?

And how often are you staying in front of your prospect? This is what consistency is all about

For example, if you email them every day for a week, and then they don’t hear from you for a month, guess what? That list is pretty much dying out.

That’s not going to last for that long, and I see this happen all the time.

5. Don’t be forgotten (especially in the first few weeks).

New leads have very short-term memories

Many Online Marketers get excited when they’re building their brand new list. But when they start emailing their new contacts, they don’t notice immediate results, and they put everything on hold.

Then six months later, they come back to it and they start sending emails again, but now they’re not getting any response. They are not getting any opens, they’re not getting any clicks, and they wonder why…

If someone subscribes to your list and they get a few emails from you, then you don’t email them for a week, they’ve probably already forgotten you. You should always be conscious of this, and keep in touch with them from the beginning.

6. Get “Paranoid” about the constant threat of the declining value of your list.

You’re list is a very unique asset. Here’s a big tip I learned from Dan Kennedy…

It’s important to keep a healthy degree of paranoia about your email list. You’re list is very valuable, but not like gold or real estate, because those are static things and their value stays the same over time.

On the other hand, you’re list is actually an organic asset—which means you’re list is perishable and it can expire. Your list is either improving in value or it is decaying.

You must actively take steps and actions to improve the responsiveness of your list and improve that relationship with your list—or it will die out. And if it’s neglected too much, it will die out completely.

7. Survey your list (i.e. ask them what they want from you!)

Now, you might then ask, “Well, how do I know what they want?” And the answer is very simple—YOU SHOULD ASK THEM.

The best thing you can do is to do a quick survey. You can go to a site like SurveyMonkey.com, there are lots of sites like this that allow you to conduct surveys. These sites allow you to do a free survey where you can ask them a bunch of questions. You send your new survey out to your list.

Ask what they actually want to learn. Ask them what they actually want to buy—and why they felt compelled to give you their email address.

You’ll quickly discover why they originally joined your list, and then you can branch out with more questions about that topic to see what they actually want to learn.

8. Make offers to your list (this is the whole point in having a list!)

You’re Here To Run A Profitable Business, And You Must Never Be Afraid To Make Offers And Ask For The Sale!)

Be relentless in promoting offers.

You should promote an offer in just about every single email you do. Now, that doesn’t mean you’re just saying buy this, buy this, buy this, because you will burn out your list very quickly.

You still want to be interesting, you still want to be engaging, you still want to educate them, but you have to be making an offer in just about every single email. You will notice in my marketing I’m always making an offer. Sometimes it’s a very obvious offer, and sometimes it’s very subtle.

For example, every few videos I might promote one of my products or services, or live event, and somewhere below this video right now there should be a banner ad for one of my products.

So even though that’s a very subtle offer, I’m always putting some kind of offer in front of my market, my list. So you want to make sure that you are doing that.

9. Copywriting skills: Never stop improving them.

You should really work at improving your copy writing skills—it’s a very important skill to master. Copy is the ultimate leverage point.

The ability to put words on a page and influence the masses to do what you want, is one of the most powerful and profitable skills you can posses. Some people pick it up really quickly, and others can take years to get good at it.  But it’s something worth studying and practicing.

When you are writing an email, make sure to encourage responsiveness. Send them an occasional email where you say, “If you have any questions about this get back to me.”

Ask them actually reply to the email or contact you on Facebook. That way, you are actually responding to them after they raised their hand and submitted their email to you.

It might sound surprising, but responding and following up with prospects is VERY RARE in this Industry. So the moment you respond to them, you suddenly become a real person in their eyes. They feel a little connection with you. They become more responsive as leads and as buyers. So keep on writing to them.

10. Make offers to different marketing channels (that you introduce through your emails)

Again, your success in marketing is all about making offers…

Use different channels. So sometimes you might do a webinar, bring them to a webinar, teach them something on a webinar, make an offer at the end.

Another channel: Bring them to a Facebook group you have, engage them on Facebook, and make an offer there as well. So have these different channels, and again just be relentless in marketing to them.

You should develop several main marketing channels over time, and again just be relentless in marketing and following up. It’s what separates the people in this game who can extra $2 of value out of every $1 click they buy, from the majority who can’t even get $0.20 out of the same traffic.

It’s all about persistence in the follow up. Always be putting an offer in front of them or some piece of content so that you’re relevant, you’re in their life, and when they’re ready to buy, you’re right there in front of them.

So there you go. I hope these top-10 ways to start making money with your list right now… actually help you make more money with your list.


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Affiliate Marketing: The Most Complete Guide Ever

Let’s talk about that holy grail of bloggers everywhere —

Making money while you sleep.

This is how you imagine it’ll work…

You’ll launch a blog, get some readers, and sell them stuff.

People will snatch up your cool offers, and before you know it you’ll be retiring to an island retreat somewhere.

Because that’s how blogging works, right? Well, maybe.

But if you’ve ever tried to monetize your blog, you’ll know it can be more difficult than you expected.

It takes time to build an audience, discover what they want and then create products they’ll crave.

Even then, you can invest time and money to create something amazing, and launch what you think is a sure thing — only to have it flop. Not pretty.

But the thing is, once you have the beginnings of an audience, every day that goes by that you’re not offering something for sale that will make their lives better is a missed opportunity.

It’s not benefiting them, and it’s not putting money in your pocket, either.

Fortunately there’s a solution:



Affiliate marketing.

It’s one of the most effective ways to help your readers and start monetizing your blog at the same time.

And it’s an engine that can power your blog’s earnings for years to come.

Ready to find out more?

So What Is “Affiliate Marketing,” Anyway?

As you’ll know by now, bloggers make money by building an audience that trusts them, and then offering products or services that will genuinely help that audience.

Affiliate marketing is really just a quicker way to offer products and services without creating them yourself.

In practice, it’s a modern interpretation of a very old idea — getting a commission on a sale. You introduce your readers to products or services from trusted companies or individuals and get a commission on any sales to customers you send their way.

For bloggers, that means you find a product or service that you like, promote it to your readers, and earn part of the profit on each sale that you make.

Simple idea, right?

Let’s see an example.

Blogger Gardening Jones is upfront about how she has partnered with several companies as an affiliate. She lets her readers know that if they purchase any of the products she recommends using her links, she’ll make a little money from the sale. And you….

Monetize your blog.

Then, throughout her site, you see links like this:

affiliate links

These particular graphics look like ads, but they aren’t.

They’re affiliate links.

Average readers might not be aware of the difference, but as a savvy blogger, you should be.

You see, when you put ads on your site, you get paid when someone clicks on them, whether your visitors end up buying or not. The advertiser is essentially renting space on your blog, like they’d rent a billboard along a highway.

But the problem is that you usually earn only fractions of pennies for clicks. You have to have an incredibly high-traffic site to see any real income at all from advertising.

On the other hand, when you’re an affiliate, you only get paid when someone clicks the link and actually purchases.

However, commissions on the sales that you refer are usually much higher.

It’s a slight difference, but one that can make a big impact on your income.

In addition to graphical links and banners, text links can also be slipped into blog posts, often followed by an indicator that it is an affiliate sale — like this:

Join the Seeds of the Month Club here (affiliate link)

You’ve probably seen both types of affiliate links. Bloggers can include links in emails, sales pages, and much more as well. We’ll get into all the possibilities in this post.

For now, though, it’s important that you know exactly what affiliate marketing means — as well as its potential for you as a blogger.


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Why Affiliate Marketing Rocks for Bloggers

At Smart Blogger, we’re big fans of selling affiliate products and services.

Here are three compelling reasons why we think you should look into it, too:

  1. You can monetize your blog sooner than you would if you created your own products from scratch.
  2. You can learn what types of products your audience is clamoring for, reducing the risk of any future product launch of your own.
  3. You can get your readers used to the idea of buying from you — and increase their level of trust (as long as you pick the right products and services to sell).

All pretty significant advantages to you as a growing blogger.

But that’s not all. There are additional benefits to affiliate marketing as well.

  • It’s easy to implement. You share a link with your readers and that’s it. You don’t have to worry about tracking sales, providing customer service, setting up payments, or anything else. All that support is handled by the merchant.
  • It doesn’t require you to have a support team in place. Affiliate marketing is completely doable even if you’re a one-person show.
  • It doesn’t require specialized expertise. You don’t have to be a world-renowned expert in your niche. You only need to be familiar enough with your topic area to know what products are good and worth recommending to your audience.
  • It’s low-effort and low-risk. While affiliate marketing isn’t exactly passive income, it doesn’t require a significant time or money investment on your part.

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