Giveawys Are A source Of
List Building Incentives
But Also Blog Post Ideas
I have long advocated joining giveaways to accumulate resources you can give away to build your opt-in list.
A very productive strategy is to build a ________________Toolkit.
You fill in the blank.
Compile related resources and offer them as a package. You can easily assemble gifts from different giveaways.
Here is a link to a hot new giveaway event:
E Business Giveaway
Below are a dozen free gifts I found interesting:
- Expert Guide To Organizing Your Internet Marketing Information
- Super Graphics Pack
- How To Get Free Solo Ads From Massive List Owners Aweber List
- Top Quality Paid-For Reports Worth $329
- RSS Feed PRO
- Guide To Giveaway Events
- Monthly Rights: Download Over 2,000 MRR & PLR Products
- PageSwitcher - The Profitable Way to Change, Display & Rotate Pages.
- Turn Articles Into Videos
- Making A Great Income With Simple Little How-To Guides
- 500 Killer WordPress Themes
- FREE - 6-Videos Creation Secrets Course!
List Building With The E Business Giveaway
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This post was written by Robert A. Kearse on February 1, 2013