“Money is in the list.” How many times have you heard that? Would it be better if you can make money online without the list? It would, but it also means you are not going to get that 6 figure income anytime soon.
Target your marketing and you will generate the most highly targeted leads possible…which is vitally important in terms of the quality of your leads.
Second, the funnel is designed to capture the name and email address of your prospect. Here you will offer information to persuade them that the answer they are looking for is inside the next page. They are informed they will have access to this information or a free offer related to the information they are looking for by giving their name and contact information.
The best way to get alot of leads into your email list is by setting up a squeeze page, and driving all of your visitors there. A squeeze page is a small web page designed to get people to sign up to your list. There is very little text on the page, and there’s an “opt-in box” at the bottom of the page. Your goal should be to get as many subscribers as possible into your list.
Many people laugh when they here the secret of success is giving. Then again, most people are nowhere near as successful as they would wish they were.
The quickest, but most expensive, is PPC (Pay Per Click)advertising. If you are a beginner, I would suggest NOT moving into PPC until you have generated an average of 10-15 leads/day using free strategies. There are tons of free strategies available that work. Here’s the deal with free marketing: It takes time and work to get a steady flow of targeted leadsto your clickfunnels. You are trading time for money. If you can’t afford PPC advertising, then free marketing is obviously the way you want to go.
Another great option is an e-course. You will need to have an autoresponder set up for this through an email management system, so that once you create your course, you can set up the system to send out the e-course to new subscribers automatically. The e-course can come in a series of emails, spaced out by a day, 2 days or a week. I wouldn’t stretch it out any more than a week, or you risk having your new subscribers forget who you are and losing interest.
The key is to get these three structures in place so you can know what training to obtain and what training you can say no to at this time. Too often, marketers buy every available training, and end up scattered and ineffective. They then think the training was not good, but in fact, the training they choose did not fit together like pieces of a puzzle.