Building your own personal mailing list and contacting your subscribers is one of the most effective marketing strategies an aspiring email marketer can follow.
Step 1: Get a mail catcher
You need a spot for users to enter their e-mail.
Step 2: Focus on Double-opt in
This will drastically reduce the number of bounces if a subscriber enters an invalid e-mail.
Step3: Segment your list
Focus on a group of people/recipients who will receive your communications more specifically than all of them together.
Read more here:
Profitable Mailing Part 1 – Building a Legit Mailing List
Profitable Mailing Part 2 – Writing Efficient Emails
Profitable Mailing Part 3 – Template Designing
Profitable Mailing Part 4 – Legitimacy & Compatibility
Profitable Mailing Part 5 – From Blacklist to Whitelist
Become the Ultimate Mailer in 5 Steps
Adult Mailing Campaigns: Don’t Push the Envelope!
We offer more than 1000 offers with different payout types.
At CrakRevenue, you will find pay-per-lead (PPL) offers, subdivided into SOI (Single Opt-In) and DOI (Double Opt-In), pay-per-sale (PPS), Click-per-Install (CPI) and RevShare programs available to promote.
Because you are joining a group of Webmasters who generate large volumes of leads, you will have access to higher payouts. The more quality traffic you send, the more we will be able to raise your payout.
A Pay Per Lead offer is an offer where you get paid each time a user performs a defined action.
For example, a PPL payout might mean you get paid anytime a user registers for free, fills out a form, or submits their e-mail.
SOI: single opt-in (the user simply submits his email address without confirming)
DOI : double opt-in (the user submits his email address and confirms within the mail he got)
PPL offers allow you to earn money faster, especially when compared to PPS programs. However, PPL typically pays less each action. Furthermore, these offers usually have their CPA closely monitored by the provider because they are easy targets for fraudulent signups.
It’s important to remember, PPL is a Calculated Risk Arrangement for a sponsor. We’ll make it short and sweet by telling you that the “free” to “paid” ratio matters. If the free leads you’re getting paid good money for aren’t converting on the sponsor’s end (to paid members), well, enjoy the PPL opportunity while it lasts…
For additional terminology and key performance indicators for measuring success, please see:
All About Media Buying Part 2 – Traffic Monetization
5 Tips to Making More Money Like a Pro with PPL
A CRASH COURSE GUIDE TO PAY-PER-LEAD PPL