Sonic List Builder by Chris Moran
When you’re starting out in the Internet marketing, an often advice you hear is “build a list” and “money is in the list”. I have too and I’ve followed the advice, I’ve signed up with Aweber and started building lists. I’ve amassed quite a list of subscribers at over 30,000 over the years. And yesterday I’ve deleted them all and canceled my Aweber account.
Confirmation emails provide a valuable service to the sender. They let those sending emails know the recipient has received the desire email and whether or not it was read. Confirmation of these two facts are important for many reasons. Email marketing can be extremely effective. However, if messages are not received or read it is the equivalent of a message falling on deaf ears.
Understanding Email Confirmations
Email delivery confirmations are especially useful if a contact’s email address has not been determined to be valid. The easiest way to tell if an email has not been received is to receive a “failed delivery” message. However, if such a message is not received an email may still go unread due to “spam catcher” techniques used by many common email services. Some anti-spam software will send a “false failed delivery notice” so that an email address cannot be validated.
Permission email marketing has been the default style of many savvy online marketers for close to a decade now. But there are still some proponents who feel there is little to be gained from permission marketing. These are typically experts at non-Web marketing channels like print, TV and radio, medial channels that are traditionally not attuned to seeking permission from prospects.
Today Internet marketing is gaining more and more popularity. If you are a newbie and want to boost your online business you should at least be aware of the most important and tested marketing techniques.
Yeah that would have been a lot easier if we submitted our URLs to the search engines and waited for the traffic to boost itself. Unfortunately this is not going to happen. And certain steps should be taken in order to increase the visibility of our website.
Once you’ve learned a little bit about what a squeeze page is, it’s time to get down to business and build one for yourself! Don’t let this task seem too daunting as it’s actually not that hard.
First of all you’ll need to understand how to do some basic HTML/CSS programming and there are all sorts of different guides out there on this. I’d recommend doing a Google search for HTML tutorial and you’ll quickly learn the basics of this.
Secondly you’ll want to have your own webhosting and domain for your squeeze page. You can probably get away with hosting it on a free server however this looks a lot less unprofessional and in the end you’ll get better conversions if you host on your own server.