April 22nd, Tuesday @ 6:30 pm PT
(West Coast, USA Time: Portland, OR)
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About the Event...
When you begin "Internet attraction marketing" one of the first things you learn as a priority is to start building your own email list. But it can't be just any email list, it must be an opt-in list (that someone ads themselves to voluntarily).
And you can't just stop at having people join your list... that's just where the fun starts...
You must provide content (reviewing relevant topics, sharing your ideas, providing value) to that list in an ongoing way in order to attract those prospects to you and your offers.
To leverage this process fully, it's important you know how to technically and conceptually set up an auto-responder for maximum results. You also need to know the best tool to use (particularly if you're building lists using other people's lead capture pages).
Even if your list is small and you're just getting started, this event series is going to be extremely valuable to help you create a complete Internet marketing attraction process that brings maximum results.
This is an introductory class and will be the first in a series on auto-responders. This course is only open to Renegade Professionals.
If you're at the free Renegade University level, you can access this and all other archived and live events by upgrading to Professional from Step 3 at your University. You can do this for $1 your first week to see if it is right for you.
Log into www.MarketingMerge.com
Click on Renegade University Login
If you forgot your login details request them from that page
Email email@example.com if you need help
Once logged in click on $1 Trial box at your left.
Once upgraded, log back in at www.MarketingMerge.com (but this time log in from 'Professional Login')
You'll be able to register for this and all other training events, as well as access all archived events that take you click by click through setting up your marketing so there's no more guesswork involved.