Funny videos...movie reviews...cute cats...the internet is good for a lot of things, but accurate information about email practices and email autoresponders isn't one of them.
In fact, there are currently 3 "myths" about email autoresponders circulating that simply aren't' true, and today I am going to debunk three of these myths for you. (Think you've received a lot of "spam" lately? think again)....
This will be helpful to you if you are:
a. Thinking about using an email autoresponder
b. Would like to make money with your email autoresponder
c. Just like to appear smarter than your friends (who doesn't?)
Email Autoresponder Myth #1: Emails advertising products or services are spam.
Not necessarily. In fact, much of the time, what people think is "spam" coming from an email autoresponder is actually information they requested - and either don't' remember asking for, or don't recognize when it comes into their inbox.
If you are sending out emails through an email autoresponder and would like to avoid having people instantly label you as "spam" there are a couple things you can do.
One is to make your emails more personal, and less businessey or salesy. I have mastered this technique so well in the past couple years that often people will write back to my email autoresponder, thinking that the message they received was only for them.
Not only does this boost my sales considerably, avoid getting labeled as spam, but it's just nicer for people to be able to read a friendly, low key personal email than a pushy, salesy, hype- ridden email. You know the kind I mean...
Email Autoresponder Myth #2: Any emails that weren't solicited by the receiver are legally spam.
Again, this is not always true. The truth is, it is ok to send unsolicited emails through an email autoresponder...as long as an unsubscribe link is always included, and it is easy to unsubscribe from the email and/or list.
Personally, I avoid sending unsolicited emails for two reasons:
One, I don't like having to deal with people constantly accusing me of sending spam when I am not; and two, because sending messages through my email autoresponder to people who have not signed up to receive information from me makes me a lot less money than when I send emails to people who are on my list as having subscribed for information.
Using an email autoresponder to make money with lists of my personal subscribers made me 3 million dollars last year. Why would I bother sending to people who aren't my subscribers, and the headache that can entail?
Email Autoresponder Myth #3: It is hard to use an email autoresponder, and even harder to make money with emails.
I would have to say a resounding "no" to this myth. Using an email autoresponder is actually very easy, and in fact may be one of the easiest things you can do online.
This is because (if it is a good email autoresponder, not a "free" version) it is in the email autoreponder's best interest to make it as easy as possible to use, and most functions you will ever need are clearly labeled and have explanations built in. That's not to say there are no "tricks" that can make it even easier, and more profitable to know when using an email autoresponder, but I will be glad to share those with you if you contact me below.
As to it being "hard" to make money with an email autoresponder, the truth is you could actually start making money with and email autoresponder tomorrow, if you know a couple things about how to get started. Click on the link below and I will give you more details on how you can make money with your email autoresponder by taking a few simple steps.