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How Important Is It To Have An AutoResponder On Your Website?

By Randy Roedl

If you have been in internet marketing for any period of time you will know how hard it is to promote your website and achieve a decent amount of traffic coming through your site.

There is a very likely sale gone, just like that. But what if you have an autoresponder installed on your web site and have already got her email address. Well now you can carry out with her through your autoresponder and quite probably make the sale at a later stage when she has time to return to your web site.

Not only can autoresponders be used to capture that almost lost sale, but you can also use your autoresponder to turn that casual visitor into a profitable buyer.Offering a free subscription to your mailing list when the visitor signs up to your autoresponder is a great technique to capture subscribers and also to follow up with your visitor about your services or products.

Statistics show that most individuals will not buy an item until they have seen it three or four times. So by using your newsletter to advertise your products, you have a much higher chance of making sales if your buyer is viewing your newsletter and therefore your products a couple of times.If you are an affiliate for products you can offer your visitors reviews on products and e-books and have your affiliate links within the reviews. Multiple individuals will try to read as many reviews as they can on a product before buying, so to read a review from a ‘trusted’ person can very likely lead to a sale.

Statistics show that most persons will not purchase an item until they’ve seen it three or four times. So by using your newsletter to market your products, you have a much higher risk of making sales if your customer is looking at your newsletter and therefore your products a couple of times.If you are an affiliate for products you can offer your visitors reviews on merchandises and e-books and have your affiliate links within the reviews. Several people will try to read as numerous reviews as they can on a merchandise before purchasing, so to read a review from a ‘trusted’ person can very likely lead to a sale.

To gain trust with your subscribers you will need to make your newsletters personal and informative without always trying to sell them something. If you try to sell something with every email you send out, they may look at you as someone just desperate to make sales. If you send personal emails, your subscribers will come to look to you as someone they can trust and as an expert in that field.Another great way to use your autoresponder is to offer your visitors a free email course. With an email course you send out an email every day with a lesson for the day. You can set your autoresponder up to do this automatically each day.

Make your lessons good quality and not just a sales pitch, that way your content will do the selling for you. Then you can include a link to your product with perhaps a short statement showing how your product can benefit the reader.Another very effective way to make sales through your subscribers is to offer your subscribers deals that you don’t offer anywhere else. Let them think that they are special that they are in an elite group that are the only people online that will have access to your special deal.

Give them a great price on your product or possibly a free bonus.These are just a couple of techniques that autoresponders can work well for you. I’m sure once you get moving you’ll come up with more thoughts that can make your autoresponder benefit you.

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Roedl, Randy "How Important Is It To Have An AutoResponder On Your Website?." How Important Is It To Have An AutoResponder On Your Website?. 6 Jul. 2010. uberarticles.com. 17 Feb 2016 <http://uberarticles.com/business/blogging/how-important-is-it-to-have-an-autoresponder-on-your-website/>.

APA Style Citation:
Roedl, R (2010, July 6). How Important Is It To Have An AutoResponder On Your Website?. Retrieved February 17, 2016, from http://uberarticles.com/business/blogging/how-important-is-it-to-have-an-autoresponder-on-your-website/

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