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Email marketing in health niches

3rd May, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Lately, I've been soaking up a bit of time learning email marketing, and from what most people advise is that the aim is to keep your subscribers "warm" by: 1) Staying in regular contact i.e. emailing at least once a week 2) Writing valuable/useful content and; 3) Occasionally offering that related affiliate product Now I understand...

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Is email marketing effective for small niches?

23rd March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

A lot of the newsletters I subscribed to were in health - particularly products that offered natural solutions to problems like; tinnitus, yeast infections, reflux, excess sweating etc..

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Is email marketing effective for small niches?

23rd March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Six months ago I created a throw-away gmail account and signed up to a number of free mini-courses offered in sales letters. I was quite selective and only signed up to small evergreen niches. Recently I went back to this gmail account to discover that most newsletter series lasted less than 30 days, and a couple under 60 days... then I never...

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Help: Branding strategy for Clickbank ebooks

21st March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

I'm a little confused and need some help with web design branding... I have a goal of building 10 different minisites to sell health-related ebooks within Clickbank. Each site would consist of a traditional sales letter and the affiliate resource area. I won't add a blog. I've already purchased the domains. Each domain ends with a unique...

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I'm confused: Wordpress or static HTML??

21st March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

I need to create 10 minisites in different niches to sell ebooks through Clickbank. The homepage would obviously be the sales letter, plus about 20 other pages for the affiliate area, privacy etc. Now when I visit websites that specialise in building these 'sales letter' style sites, they all seem to be building it using xhtml and css. Then I...

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How can I set the "line character limit" on emails?

14th September, 2010 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Does anyone know how to set the character limit per line when you send out emails? I’ve been trying to do this with Microsoft Word using ‘word wrap’, margins and indents but it only does ‘soft returns’. (So when I copy and paste the text onto notepad, it just comes up in one long line). Is there a way of...

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SitStayFetch Video Sales Letter

26th August, 2010 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Last week Mark Ling had a video sales letter up for Secrets to Dog Training... And now the text version is back. Just wondering if anyone knows the results and stats of having that video sales letter? Video sales letters seem to be all the rage right now and so it would be interesting to hear what Mark has to say with his testing...

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Email marketing in health niches

3rd May, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Lately, I've been soaking up a bit of time learning email marketing, and from what most people advise is that the aim is to keep your subscribers "warm" by: 1) Staying in regular contact i.e. emailing at least once a week 2) Writing valuable/useful content and; 3) Occasionally offering that related affiliate product Now I understand...

Read Full Entry | 2 comments

Is email marketing effective for small niches?

23rd March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

A lot of the newsletters I subscribed to were in health - particularly products that offered natural solutions to problems like; tinnitus, yeast infections, reflux, excess sweating etc..

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

Is email marketing effective for small niches?

23rd March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Six months ago I created a throw-away gmail account and signed up to a number of free mini-courses offered in sales letters. I was quite selective and only signed up to small evergreen niches. Recently I went back to this gmail account to discover that most newsletter series lasted less than 30 days, and a couple under 60 days... then I never...

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

Help: Branding strategy for Clickbank ebooks

21st March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

I'm a little confused and need some help with web design branding... I have a goal of building 10 different minisites to sell health-related ebooks within Clickbank. Each site would consist of a traditional sales letter and the affiliate resource area. I won't add a blog. I've already purchased the domains. Each domain ends with a unique...

Read Full Entry | 2 comments

I'm confused: Wordpress or static HTML??

21st March, 2011 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

I need to create 10 minisites in different niches to sell ebooks through Clickbank. The homepage would obviously be the sales letter, plus about 20 other pages for the affiliate area, privacy etc. Now when I visit websites that specialise in building these 'sales letter' style sites, they all seem to be building it using xhtml and css. Then I...

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How can I set the "line character limit" on emails?

14th September, 2010 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Does anyone know how to set the character limit per line when you send out emails? I’ve been trying to do this with Microsoft Word using ‘word wrap’, margins and indents but it only does ‘soft returns’. (So when I copy and paste the text onto notepad, it just comes up in one long line). Is there a way of...

Read Full Entry | 2 comments

SitStayFetch Video Sales Letter

26th August, 2010 - Posted by Gabby Lopez

Last week Mark Ling had a video sales letter up for Secrets to Dog Training... And now the text version is back. Just wondering if anyone knows the results and stats of having that video sales letter? Video sales letters seem to be all the rage right now and so it would be interesting to hear what Mark has to say with his testing...

Read Full Entry | 2 comments