Building A List:

Posted by Neville on February 17, 2011 under Blogging, List, Traffic | Comments are off for this article

Building A List From A Blog.

Very early on in my blogging I was encouraged to make sure that I was using my blog to build a list of subscribers.


List Building

It has taken some time for my thoughts about that task to develop, and consequently I have not been doing much list-building in my blogs.

That is all about to change!

In fact it has already started and there are several people who have subscribed to download the Resourceful Blogging eBook. These people have been receiving follow-up email messages that will provide more information and tips about being a Resourceful Blogger. They have also been getting links to valuable sites and resources to help develop a blog.

I have just added some extra resources for subscribers to download when they sign up for the eBook. Those resources will help with understanding the process of building a list.

For now here is a very brief summary of what you need to start building your list.

What You Need:

  • A name for your List Building activities. Select a suitable domain name.
  • A site to put your listbuilding offers. A blog is ideally suited for that. You will need a host for your blog.
  • A product or service to attract subscribers to your list. It can be your own or maybe someone else has a great product to give away, or at low cost.
  • An Auto-responder to manage the sign-ups and to manage your subscribers. (Now it’s getting to the serious stuff!)
  • Value to add to your list. It can be more products, training, links to other great programs that you use. The possibilities are only limited by your own imagination.

For a more comprehensive look at List Building I suggest that you subscribe to the Resourceful Blogging eBook, where you will also find another eBook (also Free) that focusses specifically on Building A List. You will also find other resources on the page that you are taken to after subscribing.

Looking forward to seeing you on my list.

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