If you currently operate an online business, have a web site, or run any sort of business, you have probably already heard of autoresponders. Autoresponders are those systems that send automated followup messages.
They can be used to send prospective customers basic information like the price list of your products, your FAQ (frequently asked questions) and other fixed information. People that request your information by filling out your capture form will automatically begin receiving your information.
Autoresponders can also be used to send email course modules. For example, if you have a three week course, with information, lessons, or documents to be sent to your students once a week, you can simply request your students subscribe to your course and let your autoresponder take over. The autoresponder will then reply to your students with the course package at the scheduled times.
Another example of the above idea is used by some webmasters and publishers to sell their courses. They advertise a particular address where prospects can receive a free sample of their book. The autoresponder then sends 2 or 3 chapters from the book to the subscribers over three days. On the fourth day, the autoresponder sends a message asking the subscriber to sign up for the rest of the paid book if they wish to continue.
Since the subscriber has already sampled three chapters of the book, he or she is able to decide whether or not to continue.
If the book was particularly good, the autoresponder segments can work as an effective lead magnet to draw the subscriber in to buy that product.
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