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January 23rd, 2017

Autoresponders: A 3-Part Guide

by Rahimah Sultan

 

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Making money on the Internet with your new business can be a bit difficult unless you have an autoresponder. Every online business needs email marketing tools that allow you to follow up with prospects.

 

An autoresponder is the ideal way to handle your daily business operation and save you time and money. An autoresponder is an e-mail utility that automatically replies to an e-mail message with a prewritten response when that e-mail comes into a specific e-mail or Internet address. You can increase your sales with autoresponders, connect easily with people, and brand yourself.

 

Getting started with autoresponders requires a bit of research to determine which one best fits your needs.

 

The following articles detail the setting up and use of autoresponders. It is actually a three-part guide.

 

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

 

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August 31st, 2015

Autoresponders: A Guide Part 3

by Rahimah Sultan

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This is the final part of this three-part series on autoresponders. 

In Part 1 we covered the benefits of using autoresponders and Welcome Emails, and Part 2 was a discussion of Content Offer and Survey Emails.

 

Autoresponders are an excellent way to stay engaged with leads and customers even while you’re busy doing other things. This kind of email automation saves you time and provides value to the recipients. In this final post, we examine follow-up emails and the automatic lift you get from incorporating them into your campaigns. We also look at various examples of confirmation emails and how to make them more than just a transactional message.

 

This third and final post for the series is about follow-up and confirmation.

 

Follow-Up Emails

 

When you send a follow-up email for your campaign there will probably be an increase in the open rate.

 

By automatically scheduling a follow-up email when creating your campaign, you maximize the results of your email without extra work.

 

Confirmation Emails

 

Confirmation emails are used to ensure your prospect or customers really want to be involved with what you are offering.

 

Use Follow-up and Confirmation emails to improve your email open rate, communicate important information, and inspire a sale.

 

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August 24th, 2015

Autoresponders: A Guide Part 2

by Rahimah Sultan

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This is a three-part series on the use of autoresonders.

 

Last week in the first of this three-part series, we covered the benefits of autoresponders and explored a variety of Welcome Emails. In this second post, we dive into Content Offer and Survey Emails. Here’s what you need to know about these two types of email campaigns.

 

With Content Offer Emails you can educate your audience by sharing your knowledge and keeping them engaged with interesting and useful information.

 

Another way to get customers to engage is by sending an autoresponder that asks for their feedback triggered by a recent purchase. Collecting this kind of information can be of great benefit to your business, and customers appreciate the opportunity to share their thoughts.

 

Finding new customers and not having nearly enough time in the day are likely two of your biggest concerns as a business owner. That’s why email marketing is essential to growing your customer base. An autoresponder series is a valuable email marketing tool that gives you the opportunity to share new content, build an email list or start promoting your latest service.

 

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Click here for your autoresponder plus much more and start sharing your content, building an email list or promoting your latest service.

 
 

August 18th, 2015

Autoresponders: A Guide

by Rahimah Sultan

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This is a three-part series on the use of autoresponders. Part 1 discusses the benefits and welcome emails.

 

Finding new customers and not having nearly enough time in the day are likely two of your biggest concerns as a business owner. That’s why email marketing is essential to growing your customer base. The high ROI is unrivaled. An autoresponder series is a valuable email marketing tool that gives you the opportunity to share new content, build an email list or start promoting your latest service. Read this guide on the benefits of autoresponders and using welcome emails. Then come back next week for part two.

 

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January 4th, 2014

Autoresponders: Getting Started

by Rahimah Sultan

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Making money on the Internet with your new business can be a bit difficult unless you have an autoresponder. An autoresponder is the ideal way to handle your daily business operation and save you time and money. Getting started with autoresponders requires a bit of research to determine which one best suits your needs.

 

If you have a limited budget there are places online where you can get free ones. Just know that they normally place ads on your emails, which will more than likely give your customers the wrong impression of you. But if your budget is truly limited, it’s best to start with free and then upgrade as your finances allow, because an autoresponder is an absolute must for making money.

 

The first thing you’ll need to do when you get your autoresponder is set it up with follow-up messages or articles that relate to your business or products, so that the email messages you send out contain material that relates to your offers. Do try to create some of your own if you can. If you use pre-written emails, change them up a bit to reflect your own style of writing.

 

When you load your autoresponder try to load it with at least 52 messages. This way, you’ll have something to send for each week of the year. If you have trouble there are places online where you can get your material for free. If you simply don’t have the time, start with a few messages and add more as you can.

 

Once you have your autoresponder preloaded with messages or articles, you’ll need to set up your signature. Your signature will be displayed at the bottom of every message your autoresponder sends, and it should be your name and the link to your business. You can also add a short description of your business. Your name and link to your business shows your customers you are a professional.

 

Once you have everything set up you can start sending out emails. Your autoresponder can be set up to send messages automatically. You can send out emails daily, weekly, or monthly. The choice is yours. Most autoresponders are flexible, easy to use, and will send out your messages when you decide.

 

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