After reading an Inbox Blueprint 2.0 review, I only had one question going through my mind: could I do this? Email marketing sounds so easy to do, but I kept thinking there must be some catch. It just seemed to easy to get online, collect a bunch of email addresses from willing customers, and then mail them stuff that they’ll send you money to buy. I ultimately decided that yes, I could do this. At the very least I’d give it a try. The worst thing that could happen is that I would fail. The potential for making money far outweighed my fear of failure.
I’ve done sales before, so I have a passing knowledge of the various techniques one can use to get a customer to open up his or her wallet. None of that seemed to apply here because you’re not interacting on a face to face basis with the person. You’re not even doing cold calling, a process where you get a stack of phone numbers and try to make a sale over the phone. I tried that too and although I did make sales, it never felt right to me to hit someone up out of the blue.
The great thing about this software and this technique is that the people are willingly giving you their email addresses. You collect them from various sites where they input them and then the program mails them articles and such that they can pay to see. It’s actually a genius way to make some money. So I gave it a try and was surprised to make about one thousand dollars over the course of a couple of weeks. That’s a lot of money. Now I’m going to try a few more campaigns to see if I can bring in the really big money.