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Tanmoy Mukharjee
Apr 06, 2022
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Initially, you give them enough good quality information to make them want more. Here's an example. Let's say you are marketing "Forever Shining" car mailing list wax. Your title would be something like, "How To Keep Your Car Looking Brand New For Years" or "5 Easy Steps To Increase Your Car's Value." Your article would list several important benefits of just waxing your car like a gleaming finish that also protects from bird droppings. Keeping your car paint from fading with sun exposure, keeping that brand new look or, it only needs to be applied once a month. Include a tip or two for each benefit you list. Your ONLY purpose here is to provide good content and tips to make the mailing list reader's task easier. Then, you drop the bomb: "If you want to wax your car ONCE A YEAR, instead of once a month, and still get superior protection, Check This Out!" Your affiliate link to your sales page would be behind the "Check This Out." So, if you are sending your customer directly to the product's main sales page, they go wrapped in your affiliate ID. If you are sending them to your own sales page, make sure that any link on that page has your affiliate ID behind it. See how mailing list that works? It's simple, but powerful. Your article on the benefits and tips to make car waxing easier is useful information your reader can implement immediately.

Tanmoy Mukharjee

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