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ONLINE BUSINESS HELP

30 Seconds To A New Customer
By: Jase Dow
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    2004-12-21

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    So why aren't more publishers using this system? One simple word: Laziness.

    Many seasoned newsletter publishers are throwing away their sales and profits because they are l-a-z-y.

    If you publish any form of newsletter, you have most likely been sent verification emails from places such as Spamcop and SpamArrest.

    These services require you to verify your email address before your message is passed into your subscriber's inbox.

    Many publishers simply disregard these emails and with a simple click, delete away a potential customer. They deem the task as a waste of time. I am still in awe of this decision, but you won't hear me complain. The less emails in my prospect's inbox, the better.

    Are you making this same profit draining mistake with your newsletter subscribers?

    Saying that you don't have enough time to verify your address is a poor excuse. It will take you no more than thirty seconds to do. I receive hundreds of new subscribers a day to all of my newsletters and always find time for this task. If you are getting more subscribers to your lists than me, then you probably don't need my advice anyway.

    Investing some time to verify your address for your subscribers can be a huge payoff, now and in the future.

    When your address has been verified, that means your newsletter and promotional emails are all being sent right past the spam filters directly to your subscriber's inbox.

    The beautiful thing is, this is an inbox that isn't filled with spam. So your email is much more likely to be read than if it had been sent to a spam filled inbox.

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