New Ezine Launches

Posted by Simon Leung in Updates on July 22nd, 2006 | No Comments

I was listening to Mike Filsaime’s call several days ago on Brian Edmondson’s List Profit Academy, where they discussed once again the importance of having a squeeze page to capture your visitors’ contact information.

Even though I’ve heard and know this information already, the way that Mike put it really hit me in between the eyes this time.

Mike told a story about how in his beginner days, he slowly discovered that there is a correlation between the number of subscribers on his list and how much he’s making online. It pretty much boiled down to $1 per subscriber a month.

Ever since then, he has dedicated himself to list building.

Now, this is obviously the kind of stuff we already know. It’s not so much the story, nor is it the statistics that affected me. It was what he said he did after having discovered the fact.

You see, after Mike realized that he needed to build his list at all cost, he then decided that he had to put a subscription box not only on his main squeeze pages, but on every single oneof his websites.

That’s what I’ve been doing wrong!

Up until this point, I’ve only had one main squeeze page for my AdWords Optimization Newsletter, located at AdWordsOptimization.com. Yes, this is the only page I’ve been capturing people’s names and email addresses.

But what about my main Internet Marketing portal site for my company at BuzzMeIn.com? Or my Internet Marketing MySpace Profile at MySpace.com/SimonLeung? Or my Internet Marketing Power Blog, the very website you are reading right now at SimonLeung.com?

You guessed it – every piece of traffic I’ve gotten up to this point has all gone to waste, because those visitors came to my site, peeked around and left. And I’ve got absolutely nothing to show for them!

Well, this all changed this week as I completely re-vamped my entire marketing strategy…

Yes, I’ve added a subscription box to all the websites I just mentioned, including this one. You will see that on the sidebar to the right.

However, not only that, but I also created a whole new set of content for each one!

For complete details on the content and topics of each new ezine, check out the My Sites section of this website. Better yet, subscribe to them all and experience the excitement for yourself!

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