The Simple Trick to Increase Sales Using Your Welcome Email

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Most of us simply ignore it.

The welcome email.

It’s the email you send to your readers as soon as they sign up for your list or your giveaway.
But most of the time, it’s a wasted contact.

Usually, the welcome email says something like:

Thanks for signing up. Here’s the free report you asked for. Let me know if I can help you with anything.”

It’s boring, and essentially useless. And so the welcome email is often the single most ignored part of your marketing effort.

Think about it. As marketers and business owners we spend hours writing guest posts. We spend thousands of dollars on our ads. And let’s not talk about all the time we spend making sure our landing pages are absolutely perfect.

We spend all of our time and money trying to get someone on our list, and when they finally opt in, we usually send some boring email along with a link to their giveaway.
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How Busy Entrepreneurs can Create Great Content on a Budget

Here’s the secret:

In order to succeed at content marketing, you need to create high quality content on a consistent basis.
But for most entrepreneurs and small business owners, this is easier said than done.

Most of us seem to think there are only two options:

Spend hours doing all of the work yourself. But that can be time consuming, even for the best writers among us.

Or, you can outsource your content marketing to an expensive agency or freelancer. Either way, it seems like content marketing just isn’t worth the time, or expense.

In this article, I hope to introduce you to a third solution: A way to outsource some components of your content marketing so that you save both time and money.

Here are the 6 steps busy entrepreneurs can take to create great content on a budget:
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How to Successfully Outsource Software Development on a Budget

It’s scary, isn’t it?

Hiring a software developer.

They’re expensive. And it’s hard to separate those who are good vs. those who can talk a good game.
But let’s face it.

If you’re looking to incorporate an app into your service offering, or streamline your operations, then you’ll need to hire a developer.

I’m not going to lie to you and tell you that it’s going to be entirely painless. It’s going to require some trial and error.

However, I’ve laid out seven steps in this article that will help you successfully outsource software development on a budget.

Search Your Network

Finding a developer is scary. Most of us looking to hire developers don’t have a background in software or engineering, which makes finding someone “good” difficult.

Most of us don’t know the difference between scalable code and gobbledygook. So finding someone you trust is imperative.

That’s why you want to start with your personal network.
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