What Is A Good Email Service Provider To Use?

Hey Sweet Stuff!

Natalie here! (Just in case you didn’t know) I’ve got something important to talk to you about today. Something important when it comes to your online business and marketing.

Email Service Providers and Autoresponders

Where are you keeping your tribe’s valuable, precious emails safe and sound (and spammer free)?

My friend Stacey Myers asked if she could come talk to you about it as part of her blog tour.

Of course I said YES!

We did a special video for you too. Just keep reading to get all the valuable deets and info on what email service provider is right for you.

From Stacey:

Choosing an Email Service Provider – Doable 9

Today we are Doable 9 of our ‘Build Your List with 30 Daily Doables’ Blog Tour. Yesterday we looked at using webinars to build your list. Go back and read it if you missed it. A full list of the blogs we have already visited can be found at the the Blog Tour Information Page.

Not only did Natalie Marie Collins agree to host us but she also agreed to answering some of our questions!

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Have an amazing day!

Stacey Myers

Choosing an Email Service Provider – Doable 9

Once you have decided what it is that you are going to give away you need to find an autoresponder service to use. Basically this system is where you are going to house all the people on your list and also where you are going to send emails from.

The email service provider of choice for me is Aweber. Aweber isn’t a free option but you can get started with a $1 trial for a month and then pay monthly depending on how many subscribers you have.  There are other systems out there that you can start with for free, until you have up to about 2000 people on your list.  The problem is that once you get to 2000 subscribers then it becomes more expensive than a lot of the other services available and I personally find the free ones harder to use.

If you go with a free service and then reach the 2,000 subscriber mark you will probably want to move over to one of the better services, like Aweber, and this can cause you problems.  When you do this, you can potentially lose a lot of the subscribers you worked hard to get in the first place.  You don’t want to lose them simply because you changed autoresponder providers.  You might be asking how you will lose them.

What happens is to get them into another system they have to opt in again over there.  A lot of people don’t bother to do that, so you lose them. The only way to do it really is to offer another free gift to encourage them to follow you from one system to another, and again, not everyone will take you up on that.  My advice is to stick with the one that you want to grow your business with.

In this video we discuss some of the different providers and what to look out for when choosing one for yourself.

You are never going to be able to build your entire business on free tools, though you can do it quite inexpensively. Your list is such a massive asset that you want to make sure you are starting out with a great system.

Simply set a goal that you are going to make, as quickly as possible, at least $20 a month in your business.

If you don’t have a system yet I highly recommend you go to Aweber and get yourself set up with the $1 trial. Tomorrow we will take you through how to set it all up.

Which emails service provider do you use? Let us know in the comments below.

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