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How to build an email list quickly

Updated on March 19, 2012

How to build an email list quickly with a squeeze page

Building an email list is not easy to do but there are ways to build an email list quickly. List building may not be easy to do but it is not impossible to do it. Read on to find out how to build an email list quickly.

The first thing a person wants to keep in mind when trying to build an email list quickly is that buying an email list may not be the best option for a person to go with. Sometimes companies do not check the email addresses that they are selling. It may be tempted to buy a emails to build an email list quickly but this is really not the best option to go with.

A person who wants to build an email list fast should start a squeeze page, which is a one page websites that is designed to get people to provide their email addresses. The squeeze page can easily be built manually or there are squeeze page builders that are designed to help people build an attractive squeeze page. A person will want to offer something free in exchange for a person's email address. A person will want to offer something of value to the people who visit their squeeze page.

Building an email list quickly with a squeeze page is great but getting people to the squeeze page may be hard, so there are a few things to do in order to get the squeeze page noticed. There are a few ways to get a squeeze page noticed. Read below for some ways to get the page noticed and to build an email list quickly.


Social Network Sites

Social networking sites are a great way to get people to squeeze pages. People who find the squeeze pages interesting will be more than happy to provide their email address and this in turn will help a person build their email list quickly. Facebook, Tagged, MySpace and Twitter are all great social networking sites to use for list building efforts.

Advertising

Advertising the squeeze page is a great way to build an email list quickly. People can advertise their squeeze page in newspapers, websites and magazines just to name some places where advertisements can be placed. Advertising get expensive but the results can be amazing. A squeeze page can end up receiving a bunch of traffic and a person could end up building an email list very quickly.

Flyers

Getting flyers for the squeeze page is easy to do. Once a person has flyers printed out, they will want to leave them in as many places as possible. This is a very cheap form of advertising and it can work quite well.


Those are just some of the ways to get people to a squeeze page and to build an email list quickly. Building a list may not be easy but building a list is well worth the effort.




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