Monday, 2 November 2015

Do You Send Personal Emails To Your Subscribers?

It's been a bit of a busy morning this morning because I had quite a few personal emails to send to quite a few new subscribers, gained over the last two days.

It's a bit like overkill I know but well worth it. If I get one more person to sign up to Traffic Monsoon it helps grow my business and gets them started on a great business as well.

Auto-responder follow up is a vital part of our marketing strategy but the fact is they can be a bit impersonal and an email sent from our personal email is far more likely to get opened and get read.

To be honest if I was a really big player like some of the guys in our team and getting hundreds of subscribers a day I couldn't possibly do it. But because I'm starting from scratch I have only very limited advertising and content production in order to get me the few subscribers a day that I am.

So every subscriber is valuable to me and I want them to know that!

And yes I have had direct referrals to Traffic Monsoon from these personal emails, so it does work to reach out to people.

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Business;

Because I drew some cash out for advertising yesterday I didn't make an Add Pack purchase and during the day my first Add Pack matured dropping my number of active Add Packs back from 21 to 20.

No worries there because looking at my account balance it will only be a couple of hours or so before I can purchase another.


My earnings from yesterday were up by $19.62 to a total of $602.37.  Once again not too shabby at all, and I got a few subscribers also from Traffic Monsoon also proving that the advertising is sound.

Please note. "Results Not Typical" this is proof of payment and is not a guarantee you would earn the same, but would be possible to earn this and more with an equal or greater strategy and work ethic.
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