March 19, 2013 in Attraction Marketing, News

If the money is always in the list then how do you develop your list?

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One way of building your list is through your own website.

From the moment you launch your new network marketing business, your website should have a form, either in the website itself or one that pop-ups separately, that asks the visitor to give you their name and email address. You can give them an incentive to sign up, like a free report. Or you can simply ask them to sign up for your monthly or weekly newsletter. Whatever you do, you need to start capturing the names and email addresses of your visitors.


Only a small percentage of the visitors to your website will be converted into buyers on their first visit.

Without the names and email addresses of your visitors, you won’t have any control over whether or not these people ever return to your website. And statistics show that it takes over 7 visits to a website before a prospect buys a product.

With a list of your visitors, you can email them on a regular basis and get them to come back to your website and purchase your product.  Once you have the names and email addresses of visitors to your website, you can contact them on a regular basis about new products, special discounts and offers, or just give them valuable information that will motivate them to want to visit your website and look around.

Keep in touch with your email list and you’ll create a strong bond with them. People like doing business with other people they can bond with. By connecting with the people on your email list, you increase your chances of getting them to convert into buyers.


If someone buys a product from you, they’re more likely to purchase more products from you in the future.

4 responses to LIST = $$$: THE MONEY IS ALWAYS IN THE LIST!

  1. I recently had to disallow subscriptions to my blog because of spammers, after getting about 100 in a few days. Instead I have a double opt in auto-responder form in my sidebar to subscribe to my email newsletter.

    • Great Idea Sue, but not sure about the double opt in form. I think people tend to get a little discourage when they have to go thru a couple of different processes.

    • I know i have used it recently Sue and yes it is a little hey WTF, but once u work it out i think it is a good idea, tho maybe i would say something on your site when they subscribe that it is a double opt in (if it doesnt already, as i didnt look) then they wont mind.

  2. Thanks for the blog Primitivo, I put you on my list!!! I would say the most important part is giving the visitor enuf value in your offer so they are compelled to give you their name and email address.

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