Gary Halbert has been an inspiration to online marketers
What I want to impress upon you is… if possible… you should endeavor to confine your selling efforts to…
Players With Money!
Internet Marketing, Lead Acquisition, Online Business Strategy and Social Media with Original Opinion and Loads of Attitude
For a long time my blogs have performed amazingly well with Google Blog Search. I always appear in the relevant results quickly, and the results I obtain have some reasonable longevity, even when I am not the original source of a story.
I had been having some ISP problems connecting to Feedburner for a couple of days so I hadn’t logged into my Feedburner account.
I am happy to see that I have crossed the 200 subscriber count. It isn’t a number to create a big fanfare about, but would like to thank those who have subscribed.
What do you think is the best way to have a massive subscriber list for your blog?
As a proactive Internet Marketer or corporation, you might have a massive email list already, but you are now switching to more interactive communication with your customers and prospects by publishing your newsletter on your blog, and maybe copy / pasting it into an auto-responder.
There is a really informative post on Wolf-Howl today on the results of viral marketing. More importantly, Michael discusses how to retain that traffic long-term.
I have noticed the effect of surges in RSS feed subscriptions in the past, followed by a slow decline in readership after a few days or weeks. Some readers stick around long-term thankfully. Brian at Copyblogger has also been talking about RSS.
These are in no particular order, though I am actually going to place the most obvious last.