I Finally Did It!

Since I have been dabbling in surfing traffic exchanges on and off since 2005 or thereabouts, I knew what I should have been doing to build an online business.

But I didn’t. Why? *shrugs* Lack of confidence, always something else to do, who knows.

However, I knew the importance of building a list if you want to succeed in any business online. Use your mailing list to build a relationship with your subscribers. Teach them things, share ideas, swap stories, etc. Then, every so often, suggest products and services that are appropriate to them.

Two nights ago, I finally bit the bullet and created my first autoresponder series of emails. There is a great service just for this called Traffic Wave. It was created by an internet marketer who understood what we all needed to make our lists successful.

You get a 30 day free trial, complete with all the bells and whistles. Then it’s just $17.95 per month. Much cheaper than other comparable companies. You can also get commissions on referring new members.

Ok, enough of that. What was the topic of my series? *grins*

The Guide to an Online Income

The purpose is to introduce you to easy-to-use tools and programs that can aid you in organizing your online advertising and marketing campaigns. Creating an online business has been simplified.

You will learn about list building, traffic exchanges, branding and more. The first 10 emails are just introductory ones. As time goes on, in conjunction with the programs I mention, you will quickly learn more details about each aspect of having a business online.

I don’t profess to be any “guru” or expert by any means. But after all these years of listening to internet marketers who steadily make 5 and 6 figure incomes year after year, I have learned the foundation of starting your own online business – regardless of what market you are interested in.

So, feel free to subscribe using the form in the upper left column of this blog. I can’t wait to help you! =)

 

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