The first part of the tutorial is here.
Where to get traffic, Frank told in the 1st part of the manual.
Frank tells how to work with an answering machine on the example of a service that he sells himself and which can be found on the SalesAutomator website. com. Naturally, this is not the only service of this kind. There are Aweber, GetResponse, SmartResponder (for Runet), etc. All of them work on the same principle, therefore knowing how one of them works, you will easily learn how to use others.
First, you need to create a new newsletter.
After that, you must fill in the required fields: the name of the newsletter, your name, the e-mail from which letters will be sent to subscribers, etc. - and press the Save (i.e. Save ). All - the base for sending is ready.
Note: Frank says he does not use a double subscription, i.e. he does not send new subscribers letters with a link to verification. According to him, such a letter complicates the subscription process and reduces the number of subscribers. If this moment seems debatable to you, you can always take a test and find out which option suits you best.
There is nothing complicated here either. All you need is to select the format of the letter (text / html), specify the number of days before sending (0 - send immediately) and write the title and text of the message. You can insert dynamic blocks in the header and text fields, which will automatically insert the name, e-mail and other subscriber data.
After filling in the fields, click Save .
After that you can edit the finished letter or create a new one.
Most mailing services provide their clients with assistance in creating subscription forms. For SalesAutomator, this process looks like this:
1. Select the menu item Create a Form .
2. Mark the necessary options and specify the address of the page where the subscriber will get after registration, and the name of the newsletter.
3. Copy the generated code.
4. Paste it into the page code.
You can use Macromedia Dreamweaver as your html editor. The program can be used free of charge for 30 days.
5. Download the page template with the subscription form and open it in the html-editor. (The Frank template is elementary, if you need a more advanced template, find an attractive pop-up or subscription form page and copy the source code into the editor - note.)
6. Copy the client ID (in the upper right corner of the profile page) into the code.
7. Specify the address of the page where the subscriber will get after registration, as well as the distribution ID (specified in the distribution settings).
That's all. As I said, the mailing services differ from each other only in small details in functions and settings. The process of creating emails and subscription forms is the same everywhere.
p. with. This manual can be considered the first entry in the diary of Marathon. All the preparatory work is done, it's time to start creating the newsletter.
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