I was really nervous when my business began. I was even nervous when I subscribed for a full year registering my domain. I saw my website, blank. Yet to be filled with these kinds of content. After two years, I’m more confident than how I was. I’ve had my share of sponsors for advertisement and revenues. I’ve got contacts willing to guest-write for me in this blog. Everything is stable here.
But you do know that pay-per-click advertisements don’t really earn so much. How to I earn enough to keep this website running? You need to build a profit-generating list. This is different from an email list because this focuses on turning your prospect into a customer. Email lists give them useful content that involves your services. A profit-generating list is when those you emailed are turning into likely customers. You’ll only need these five tips so read carefully!
Amazon is an amazing platform for buying or selling second-hand property, equipment or anything else you could think about. After creating an Amazon account, the web owner could sign in to his or her profile page and create an informative profile that allows you to write some reviews about products, services, books or anything else you’ve used in your household or office. Create honest reviews. People interested in your reviews will want to know more about you.
After creating a profile on Amazon, focus on creating accounts in other review sites for products and services you’ve used in the past. Make them interesting and honest enough. You’ll see people click your link and know more about you and your business.
From here, you’ll be creating your email list. Concentrate on sending useful content that involves your products and services by the end of your by-line. These useful content could contain tips in using other products and services, sharing more about your experiences with these products and services and some ‘hacks’ or optimization capabilities you’ve discovered.
Send A Pitch
From time to time, send them something about your product or service that they’ve been missing out on. They might consider subscribing because your content and your products and service sound amazing. Allow people to have a ‘taste-test’; a free trial period of sorts for your service. Keep the people who had used your trial service in your profit-generation list, even after their trial subscription.
Contact the people in your profit-generation list after a few weeks or months. Send a message saying the website or service had missed them. Show them their latest activities before their trial subscription ended. This should convince them to consider subscribing with you permanently on a regular basis.