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It’s okay. You can admit it. When people ask about the size of your email list, you either exaggerate, or just plain lie. Why? Because the real answer is embarrassing. Particularly when you keep hearing that subscriber numbers even trump traffic as a measure of blogging success. (If that’s true, your numbers paint a bleak picture.
Let’s face it. You would love to double your email list in the next 90 days. But there are so many different things you could do to grow your list, you don’t know where to start. You’re overwhelmed. Should you run a Facebook ad campaign? Guest blog? Host a Twitter Q&A session? Start doing more YouTube videos? Create a 30 day challenge? Use pop-ups? Just looking a ...
You’re not dumb. You know that to build a popular blog, you need to grow your email list. And that offering your readers a juicy sign-up “bribe” will grow your list faster. But despite this, you still don’t have one. Of course, it’s on your to-do list. It just won’t reach your “have done” list anytime soon. The problem is you always seem to have a ton of other stuff to take care of first.
Do you ever feel like you’re just waving your hands around hoping that potential buyers will notice you? That one day your blog will just take off and money will come pouring in? I hear you. Blogging is a great marketing strategy. And it’s smart that you want to use your blog to grow your business. But do you wanna know something crazy? Blogging doesn’t actually get you more sales.
It’s frustrating, right? You want more loyal subscribers. You know that the more subscribers you have, the more sales you could potentially make. But for some reason people just aren’t signing up for your email list as much as you’d hoped. You’ve listened to the experts. You’ve started blogging, created a freebie, and been active on social media.