Back when I was a newbie marketer I made a fundamental mistake…
I forgot to build a list.
Or rather, I didn’t realise how crucial that was not only to my success but to my bank balance.
Luckily for me, I learned fast.
And thank goodness I did because my lists are the foundation upon which my 6 figure business continues to grow and thrive, bringing me in regular income.
But it could have been so different.
I could have been one of those newbies who found they couldn’t make any kind of money at all…
So they give up. Never realizing that just doing one thing could change everything.
That thing, of course, is build a list.
How’s that going for you?
You see, it’s all too easy to know that you need to build a list.
And much harder to do it right so you end up with quality subscribers who want to hear from you, read your emails and ultimately buy.
I cracked the code on that one a long time ago and I’ve shared my secrets in my training courses.
I'm going to share my secret...
I’m going to share one of the biggest here with you now…
But first let’s just take a look at the three biggest obstacles that stand in the way of you building a quality list these days:
The competition is greater than ever
People are far more skeptical about signing up for anything, let alone your list
Even if they do sign up it’s only to grab your freebie before they disappear
Yep, it’s tough out there.
But you can still succeed.
By offering something that your target audience really wants and needs…
And making sure that something keeps them coming back for more!
What is that something?
Here’s the secret…
An ecourse that teaches them something they really need to know without teaching them everything…
A reason to get them opening your emails each time so they can learn step by step...
Which means that once they have completed it they will be eager for more from you.
It’s my tried and tested method.
One that has worked for years and will continue working.
But – and it’s a big but – it takes time to create ecourses.
Hours of research and then many more hours putting it all together.
Sounds a lot?
But there is another solution: