Recently, a website subscriber asked this great question about email:
“Ben would you still email daily with a small list (30 subscribers)?”
You bet your gluteus assimus I would.
Here’s a “real life” example:
A few months ago I started selling to a completely different market than business-to-business.
I had no list.
Yet, the FIRST thing I did was start writing an email every day (7 days a week at first, then 5 days).
That’s a lot of emails.
Especially to a list of zero subscribers.
But, I kept doing it anyway.
And each email was turned into an article for the website and article directories, and were added to the auto-responder. By the time the first subscriber signed up there was over a week’s worth of emails loaded, and kept adding from there.
So big, small, whatever — I’d mail daily.
It’s sorta like taking vitamins.
The first few weeks you may not feel any different.
Yet each time you take your vitamins they build up in your system and you get healthier, but if you skip days or go a few weeks in between taking them, they’re practically worthless.
So it is with emails.
The more you do it consistently the merrier.
Only “catch” is… they must be written the right way.
This discombobulates people most.
After all, if you send emails nobody wants to read then your ducky is dead in the water out the gate no matter how much (or how little) you mail.
It’s about practice and knowledge.
Knowing HOW to write them, then DOING it.
And as you practice, you make sales.
Earn while you learn, baby.
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