Email Listbuilding Essentials For Internet Marketers

Greg Jeffries, Designer • Entrepreneur • Internet Marketer

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8 Lessons (48m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. 1 - Autoresponder

    • 3. 2 - Squeeze Page

    • 4. 3 - Traffic

    • 5. 4 - Finding Offers To Promote To Your List

    • 6. 5 - Tracking Your Traffic

    • 7. 6 - Connecting All The Pieces

    • 8. My Marketing Funnel

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4 of 5 students recommend this class
This video was exactly what I needed as a complete newbie. It broke down all of the sites that I've heard of but wasn't quite sure when and HOW they fit together. Because of this class I now feel confident enough in knowing what steps I need to take next and where to start in furthering my education in email marketing. I also now see why it's so important. I'm grateful to the teacher on showing things that the "guru's" would never touch on.
Its basic and very easy to understand.
Both of the courses I looked at by this instructor appear to be little more than another way to generate traffic through his affiliate marketing links, and seem to be more about his 'recommended tools' than anything else - not a good use of my time.