Basics of Autoresponders
At first glance autoresponders can look pretty tricky, so I thought I'd create simple step by step follow, the type we find find when opening up a do it yourself kit from Acme furniture, only without the leftover parts after we are finished assembling.
We all know that SEO is a basic tool for getting your site ranked in Google.However also as important is networking, and capturing your Audience, in other words, you have to create rapport. Yup, Google ranks your site, but keep in mind it's people that are reading your content, and above all you are in the People Business; "People and Business = Creating and Building Rapport".
So when should you begin building Rapport?
Right now, while writing your first bit of content.
Let people know you're building your store, or offering a service, and the first step to reaching out, is to set up your "Call To Action".
It doesn't have to be done all in one sitting, you can start installing an Optin form while taking a break from your content. First thing you know, it will be up and running, ready for you to jump start your successful campaign.
~ Set aside a block of time time
There's a lot more to an Autoresponder than meets the eye, and if by chance you're not familiar with it all, set aside some quiet time with no disturbances. Why? Because an Autoresponder/Optin form opens up a whole new world of possibilities for Internet Marketing and networking. Understanding how it works and applying it, will play an important part in your online success.
~Understanding the jargon
If while reading, you hap on a term you don't understand, such as single or double opt in form / creating a campaign , and so on, it's a good idea to not just keep reading as your eyes glaze over. Take a few moments and get an overview of what the term means, it will save you a lot of time as you advance. Chances are that what made your eyes glaze over, will probably keep popping up, and will hinder your learning each time you come across it. So take a moment, find out what it means, and remember "Google is your Friend".
Before going ahead with any installation, may I suggest you take a quick look at this whole tutorial as to familiarize yourself with the terrain, then return and begin. It's been laid out as a step by step, easy to follow, quick guide.
To your Success