List Building - Your Bread and Butter

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"Bread and Butter!" That is what people say who are walking along and an obstacle comes between them.
They release one anothers hand and walk on either side of the obstacle, then rejoin hands and say, "Bread and Butter".
It's symbolic.
Bread and butter belong together.
Another way the term 'Bread and Butter' is used is to denote the main substance of an enterprise.
"That method is his 'Bread and Butter' method.
" This means that it is the core component of his act and that he depends on it and relies on it regularly to keep him going.
Both meanings of the term 'Bread and Butter' apply to list building and Internet Marketing.
You just can't have one without the other.
You can't separate the two because they belong together and, likewise; they are the sustaining part of an Internet marketers business.
List building is the first, most important and most constant of all the tasks that Internet marketers must take place in.
The list is their bread and butter and their lists and their internet businesses belong together.
Neither can exist without the other.
You won't have to surf around the Internet very long before you will find people saying that list building just is not important any more...
and that it isn't even necessary.
Don't you believe one word of that BS...
and that is precisely what it is...
That is without a doubt the absolute worst Internet marketing advice that is available anywhere on the web...
and there is lot of completely useless information out there.
There is useless information but the idea of not building a list is just downright dangerous advice to follow.
List building isn't important...
it is absolutely vital...
it really is your bread and butter.
Without a list, you are simply without a business.
How does this list building apply to running a successful blog?You want tons of people to be reading your blog right? Say someone finds your blog on accident.
They read an article and like what you have to say.
Maybe they remember your blogs name, maybe they bookmark it, and then maybe they remember to go and click on the bookmark someday in the future.
That's a lot of maybes.
What if while they were on your blog you offered them some type of free report that was related to the topic of the post they are reading? This free report would tell them even more details about the topic.
Make it something that they would find valuable.
In exchange for that free report you collect their email address.
You could have your blog setup to automatically notify everyone on your list every time you put up a new post.
You can also send out special offers, articles, newsletters, and more that are not part of your blog.
Don't take a chance that MAYBE they will come back.
Get the information, build your list, and take control.

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