When you're in the process of creating a newsletter
series for your list, all sorts of niggling questions, trivial or significant,
are bound to pop into your head.
I know as well as you do that when it's hard to find the answer to something right away, it's easy to lose interest, and progress can get delayed.
We don't want that happening!
That's why I've collated answers to many of your common questions about setting up a newsletter series from various places around the Affilorama...
How do you get
more people to sign up to your newsletter?
I believe it boils down to one essential component and an optional ‘cherry on the top' that dictates whether your site visitors hit the exit button into Never Return Land, or sign up to your emails with the type of enthusiasm that I'm feeling now that the season in New Zealand has turned to Spring...
A season of new beginnings and hope where everything smells of daffodils - that is exactly the mindset you want to create for...
For the average affiliate marketer out
there, especially those just starting out, choosing a niche to promote often
goes beyond whether there's enough demand and not too much competition.
If spending money on outsourcing isn't an option, there is a lot more riding on your ability to knuckle down, write engaging content, and get the job done.
But how well can you really do that if you're not particularly fond of the niche that, on paper at least, is most likely to give you the best...
I have good reason to believe that many of
our Affilorama members are faced with the task of rewriting articles at the
moment. (AffiloJetpack members, I am especially talking about you!)
If this is you, read on for my version of the who, what, where, when, how and why of rewriting articles.
First things first, we are talking about rewriting articles that you have ownership of. This might be Private Label Rights (PLR) article packs that you have purchased, or if you've...
thought do you put into choosing a domain name?
Surely it's the easy part of setting up a website, right?
You could be missing out on well-deserved traffic and not even know it if you haven't been savvy about choosing your domain name.
So what can you do to make sure you're not sending your hard-earned traffic to someone else's website?
You need to put yourself in your customers' shoes. Say your fancied domain name out loud and see how many interpretations you can get out...