Advertise in the Internet = guaranteed profits. No, that’s not the formula. Even if you did figure out how to earn efficiently from pay-per-click and lower your bounce time occurrences, nothing could ever beat profits gained from creating an email list. An email list is a group of email addresses where you could send useful content for your prospective customers. These are the people who had visited your website previously.
There are only a few things you’ll need to do. Actually five should help warm things up.
Create A Review Account
Create an account for a review website. Find products and services that you’re familiar with or you’ve used before. Then create a reader-friendly and helpful review about the product or service that is honest and based on your experience. Remember to leave a link to your website when you do this. When people find your comments useful and sincere enough, they’ll consider clicking your link to know more about you.
When people come to know more about your business, your intelligence and familiarity with such products becomes unquestioned. People will trust you because of the useful information you provide. From here on, website owners can set up a premium access account for loyal subscribers that would provide them with something more useful from your blog. It may be a guess post, an additional insider survey, an interview from an anonymous tipper. These could be anything and because you’ve worked hard to collect such information, people will trust you and your sources and pay you.
Free To Use Limited
I know that you’ve played an Android Freemium game before and you regret having to pay so much for something so little. Doing a Free-To-Use limited option on your premium service is a better option. Free To Use means it’s the complete version of the service you’re offering. Limited means there’s a time or usability limit. It may sound cruel, leaving everyone in the air, but that’s business. Freemium services are discouraged simply because they valuate everything by money instead of prioritizing the ‘fun’ or ‘usability’ factor of the product or service they provide.
Once people finish their trial period, allow them to close their application and start with other things. However, time and again send them an email indicating what they’re missing and the condition of their account. This can drive up interest in your products and service. Through click-tracking, marketers can determine the possible profitability of your product. Use retargeting strategies and then you’re all set.
You may occasionally offer another product or service for free to have your audience subscribe to your newsletter. If you’re a videographer from time to time, you could show your portfolio and allow them access to your other photographs through a sign up. These photographs must be of top quality, else you might risk losing your audience.