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mrugank
02-22-2009, 05:12 AM
Hey there,

Now i KNow that the best way to be in the business is to have a great relationship with your list. Now what I intend to learn from the better people out here is HOW DO U BUILD A GOOD RELATION WITH YOUR LIST??

I Know that a lot of you guys are pro at this..

Kindly ADvice

Thank You
Mrugank

imported_Kim Roach
02-22-2009, 09:05 AM
Hey Mrugank,

I'm so glad you are focusing on creating a good relationship
with your list because this is a critical piece that a lot of
people miss.

The first way to form a good relationship with your list is
to send them INCREDIBLE content. Really go the extra
mile to over deliver. This is the first step to getting on
their "attention radar". And since you're sending them
good stuff, they're naturally going to like you and look
forward to your future emails.

However, it doesn't stop there. you must also treat
each of your subscribers much like you would a
friend. Talk to them just like you would talk to
a friend who's sitting across the table from you.

Align yourself with their wants, aspirations, fears,
and frustrations. The goal here is to become their
trusted guide and friend.

So don't be afraid to infuse your emails with personality.
Make your emails fun, because nobody wants to
read boring emails. Everyone is looking for
excitement in their life.

So create an exciting EXPERIENCE for your subscribers.

I hope this helps!

The main things to focus on are:

1. Deliver INCREDIBLE content.
2. Align yourself with the reader.
3. Write like you talk.
4. Infuse your emails with your own personality.


To Your Success,

Kim

Johnny Michel
02-22-2009, 10:38 AM
Notes taken Kim :) very useful info.

mrugank
02-22-2009, 02:19 PM
Solid Information Kim.

Thank You

Earl Stringer
02-23-2009, 12:40 AM
Great Info Kim, I think the point about talking to your subscribers like you would talk to someone in person is very important.

imported_Kim Roach
02-23-2009, 09:02 AM
Thanks everyone.

You guys are the best!

- Kim

Chris Douthit
02-23-2009, 01:00 PM
And do not just try to sell to your list. Itís important to deliver free content as well. Ask your list for feedback time to time, ask them their opinion and how you can help them.

Its important that they know you are not just trying to make money off them, but you legitimately want to assist in their business efforts.

mrugank
02-24-2009, 04:03 AM
Again, this might sound kiddish but where to find the free material to serve our list??

charleskirkland
02-24-2009, 09:58 PM
Make sure you also post your emails to a blog and ask for comments like Chris said.

The feedback you get is great, plus it helps you see where you list needs more help at.

Charles

Chris Vendilli
02-25-2009, 12:17 AM
I've gotten a lot of good feedback by sharing some videos with my list. Even a simple video made with a cheap little webcam of you talking about the same subject matter mentioned in an email newsletter helps your list feel like they know you even more.

The next time they read a message from you they'll remember seeing that video of you talking and the words will now have a face & voice to go along with them, which should in effect make your readers feel like they know you much better than someone who they've never seen or heard before.