Here’s the thing: growing an email list isn’t magic. It doesn’t take creative genius. The difference between a stagnate list and a healthy, growing one can be easily overcome with a little bit of work.
The subscribers at all costs articles are horribly short-sighted, and worse, require a tremendous amount of growth because there’s inevitably so much churn (in the form of unsubscribes).
Paul Jarvis recommends that you focus on one person at a time. One right person at a time using your own style. And then you start communicating with them, like a human being, and hopefully creating something they want to share with the human beings that they know.
Yo eventually want to grow your email list to thousands of subscribers. But you can’t get to 1,000 without your first 100. That’s why Growth Lab created a step-by-step blueprint for getting your first 100 email subscribers.
In this guide, Ash Read walks you through the exact process of growing your email list step-by-step. And he gives you everything you need to pick up 1,000+ subscribers in the next 30 days.
Sujan Patel takes you through a 13-step process to growing your email list to 50k subscribers (or more), from absolutely nothing. Incredibly comprehensive and detailed post.
There is a strategy where you can build your email list from a blog post, using a technique that outperforms other methods by 500% or more. It’s called the content upgrade, and based on Devesh Khanals experience, it blows every other opt-in strategy out of the water.
The best part is that it’s not annoying (like pop ups), or deceitful (like slimy “make money online” squeeze pages). It actually adds value to your readers.
Every single place to put an opt-in form on your website with tools to make it happen, and best practices.
In this article, Neil Patel gives you four ridiculously easy to implement tactics. None of them require you to start from scratch. Instead, you can make a few adjustments to your website for a more efficient list-building system.