Do You REALLY Know What Your Audience Wants?

Yesterday I wrote a bit about how to survey your audience after emailing out a survey to my list of PLR buyers and subscribers.

Today I was looking over the results to plan out my next few weeks worth of releases and emails and I was actually very surprised to see how people answered my questions! There were a lot that didn’t surprise me like the subjects they wanted to see me cover. There was a small shift where people were more interested in product reviews than before but overall the niches they wanted were the same.

3 Tips for Surveying Your Readers or List (And How I Overwhelmed Myself)

surveyYesterday I sent out a survey to my list from my PLR store (PLR Content Market) to do a little research on what they wanted out of my store and the emails I send them. I try to do this every three months or so and it usually goes okay. About 40% of my list opens the email and of those about 20% do the survey.

That may not seem like a lot but honestly those are the opinions I’m worried about the most. The people who take the time to open my emails and click through my links are the ones I need to be working the hardest to serve because those are the people who care about what I have to say.

How to Use PLR ClickBank Presell Reports to Earn Commissions [Video + Text]

I run a lot of websites and blogs which means finding time to keep them all updated isn’t easy. PLR has been my secret to that for a long time. I’m always looking for ways to fill my blog with quality content without as much time or energy. For a long time the big thing I was excited about was Easy Article Starters by Peggy Baron. Those are awesome but they only fill one gap, the articles and blog posts.

The newest thing I’ve been excited about is Tiffany Lambert’s ClickBank presell reports. Let me tell you a bit about my ClickBank experience and then I’ll explain why I’m recommending these to everyone I talk to about blogging.

5 Ways to Reuse Freebies You Send to Your List

Are you joining in on Tiffany Dow’s blogging and list building challenge? I have been hard at work writing blog posts and preparing gifts for you guys as part of this challenge, though today I’m sitting at my computer with a horrible headache and an awful cold. I’ve been switching between working and napping so I can get my work done. Not letting this cold keep me down!

A lot of people in the challenge have the blog posting down. I’ve been emailing with a few that are struggling with the freebies. I’m not going to go into detail about what to create for your list (Ruth already did that here) but I do want to talk about what to do after you’ve sent the gift out to your list.

I Actually Borrowed The Money To Sign Up… Guest Post by Sebastian C

It was a pretty funny story.

See, about 5 years ago, I got an email from a well known copywriter and marketer, Michael Fortin, in which he offered a lifetime membership to The Copy Doctor, his membership site, at half price.

The only thing was, you had to get in by a certain time.

It was about 10 PM when I read the message and I was shaking with excitement. I’d been wanting to sign up for a long time, Just never had the money.

Anyway, I had about two hours to come up with whatever the half price was, so…

List Building With PLR (Guest Post by Matt Roe)

Today I bring you a guest post by Matthew Roe on using PLR for list building. I’ve mentioned him a few times before. He is a fellow PLR advocate and my go-to person for general WordPress and SEO questions. So, when he asked if he could write a guest blog, how could I say no?

List Building With PLR

Matthew Row from CreatWithMatt.comIf you’ve been around PLR (Private Label Rights) anytime within your career, you know one thing is for certain… the PLR product has been used before. If you didn’t know before, you now know. So, the million dollar question is how do you turn those PLR products into automatic winners that will build your list time and time again?

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