9083765513_117ab533e2-150x150Some online marketing companies offer the possibility of using their own generic autoresponder in conjunction
with their generic squeeze page…

While this may seem convenient, relying on this kind of arrangement is a bad mistake for those who want to become serious online marketers.

The main reason why this is a mistake is this: YOU NEED TO BUILD YOUR OWN LIST!

Let’s say you decide to follow my advice and design your own unique squeeze page to promote your online marketing company opportunity…You set everything up and start driving traffic to your squeeze page.

Leads start coming in, but you don’t have your own autoresponder, so the default generic company autoresponder captures them and starts following up with them…

Problem is, the leads you drove into that system become the company’s leads, and you can’t build a relationship of trust with them because you can’t control the messages that the generic autoresponder sends out to them…

For all you know, they are probably being bombarded every day with annoying high-pressure sales pitches!

The average business opportunity/affiliate offer survives only 6 months, so if the company you are promoting goes belly-up,  there go all the leads you got for them (since you were using the company’s autoresponder instead of having your own).

You NEED to have YOUR OWN squeeze page that you can connect to YOUR OWN personal autoresponder. You also need to have 100% control over your autoresponder so that you can build YOUR OWN LIST and create a positive relationship of trust with your list subscribers.

Remember I told you about my mentor that has a list of 40,000 subscribers that earns him $30,000 per month on average?

THE FINANCIAL SUCCESS OF YOUR ONLINE MARKETING EFFORTS DEPENDS ENTIRELY ON HAVING YOUR OWN LIST!

Having your own autoresponder does not require a big money investment…You can have yours with all the bells and whistles for  about $20 a month…

My autoresponder system of choice is here and I recommend it highly…

In my next email we will go into Critical List Building Mistake #3, which has to do with Branding…