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What do you think about Safelist?
Created on April 21st, 2011

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Ralf Dooley
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Apr 21st 2011 at 2:42 AM
Safelist advertising has become none productive in my opinion.Most of the people don't even look at your offer.I personnel think that to many people in safelist are tired kickers, who think that they get rich by using and searching the internet for free stuff.In the end of the day, you only build the safelist owners list and not your own.So if you consider to use safelist, then you better give sme value for free and don't expect anyone to join your offer or biz opportunity.

Who knows...maybe you get lucky one day.

By the words of rex harris...get out there pretty quick
or you build a list of freebies customer.

Create a phenomenal day
ralf dooley


Hanlo du Plessis
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Apr 21st 2011 at 11:28 AM
I tend to agree with you here Ralf. Maybe because of information overload surfers have stopped looking at websites. This becomes very obvious if you can see people entering your site live.If they stay on site for more than a second you're lucky.
As to the subscribers one receives, if they confirm their subscription at all, they're tire kickers, not worth the effort getting them on ones list.


Bill Gelwick
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Apr 21st 2011 at 11:58 AM
I must agree as well. I had all but given up on safelists over a year ago. Well, I recently decided to give it another try and got nothing for results.

I agree that there are far too many people out there who are looking for "Something for nothing". All I can say to them is...

WAKE UP! IT DOESN'T EXIST!


Ralf Dooley
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Apr 21st 2011 at 12:15 PM
Glad to see some people who experience the same. Nice wake up call bill.Thanks all for your comments .


Bill Gelwick
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Apr 22nd 2011 at 10:03 AM
I have a question to pose here. Has anyone had better results using paid solo ads rather than the standard credit mailers? I have never used the paid mailers and just wondered what experiences others have had.


Ralf Dooley
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Apr 22nd 2011 at 10:48 AM
hey bill. Paid mailers are much better then credit based.I also use ezine advertising with great results.Why not check out the new great email biz opps mailer from mega wealth.You get 1000 every day and if you see some results in a couple of weeks you could choose to get more mailing for you delivered.Just a suggestion, while i have great results and mail out 6000 every day.Anyway try ezine advertising as well, it works for me.All have a nice easter weekend


Daniel W
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Apr 22nd 2011 at 13:49 PM
Ralf,

How do you know if your mails are being read by true people with Paid Mailers and not just to click on the ad to make .02 cents or so?

I tried paid mailers before but never had good results. I know that free advertising just does not work. Any advice would be appreciated.



Ralf Dooley
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Apr 22nd 2011 at 21:49 PM
Hey daniel thanks for your comment.Do you track your advertising.I use tracking for my website i promote so i can see how many people actually clicked the link to my business opportunity.That tells me ALSO HOW MANY PEOPLE OPENED THE EMAIL. OK THANKS FOR YOUR COMMEND.


igorGriffiths
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May 28th 2011 at 10:19 AM
I totally disagree with this and so do those that I respect and work with. They have the long term stats and income to prove that certain safelists do work.

That is the point, you cannot dismiss an entire sector just because certain sites do not work.

This is where perseverance and testing comes in, some of the most effective sites are not well known, the higher the sites profile the more likely you will encounter tire kickers.

You should never let your business rely upon luck for success, work with your data and leave sentiment at home.


Bill Gelwick
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May 28th 2011 at 20:43 PM
Good point Igor. I'd be interested in learning what safelists are working for you. PM me some links.


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