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You may be like most people, and not even know what an autoresponder is. An autoresponder is a piece of software, or a service that automatically emails a mailing list. Most would wonder what use someone would have for an autoresponder? Think about how many people don’t buy something form you but opt-in, is it a lot? Could you make money by mass emailing all those people another offer at a later day? All your hard work is being short changed by relying on a single impression of your website. It can take up to seven times for some people to make a decision about a purchase.
An autoresponder can be used to send daily offers to your visitors who use an opt-in. By emailing your list of visitors, you have an increased opportunity to make sales. Perhaps that same person is more awake now than when they first saw your offer. Suddenly they get your message and have no idea why they passed it up and then make the buy!
You now know why they say that the money is in the list. It’s true. Autoresponders will continue to mail more people as you add more opt-ins to your list. The larger your list the happier you will be! If you had a mailing list of a few thousand subscribers, you would have the ability to send them all a new offer whenever you wanted, by pushing send on your software or service. But, you will have to use a strong autoresponder to be sure that your emails are not landing in people’s junk mailbox. Make sure that you do a couple searches for best autoresponder reviews before you sign up for a service.
Before buying an autoresponder service you might also search for GetResponse review and AWeber review. Reliable autoresponders can be tough to find, so do your due diligence when researching the purchase.
What is keeping you from making more money? Get out there and start farming your mailing lists!