How To Use Traffic Exchange Contests To Build Your Bottom Line

cupid love Contests! Contests! Contests!  Maybe that should have been the subject line huh? What a world the online marketer faces daily trying to round up a wee bit of traffic!

Contests can be one good way. IF you have your campaigns set up then using contests to create new subscribers right to your lists can make a huge impact on your bottom line.

You will have a fine time to test this theory this week
of Valentines contests we are sponsoring. It all begins on
Wednesday, then Friday for the next ones.

Good prizes that you can read in the mail you will be sent
with details for each one. Meantime if membership could be
a problem, then go to the scheduler and click on Wednesday
and Friday for the Traffic Exchanges involved.

Check with your sponsor for their links in any TE you do not
already belong to first. If they are not a member then use
the links in the scheduler and the mails you receive.

As stated above they will be inclusive in your mail as well,
but for those who like to be prepared, there is no time like
the present to set it all up. Mark your calendars and sharpen
your clicking fingers. It will be a fun time as well as testing

Big vs. Small TEs

Does membership affect the way you think responsive?
Members of bigger  TE teams already have their lists in
hand and it can be hard getting someone to sign up with

However, smaller newer traffic exchanges are building
subscribers and they are often happy to have you join
them and they, in turn, join you.  It might pay you to
rethink your top 10 Traffic Exchanges and test how the
smaller ones can add ACTIVE new subscribers to your
down lines.

Start with the three NEW young Traffic Exchanges we
will be guesting with during the contests and add one
more test to your surfing fun. This is called surfing
with focus.

Follow up to Contest Surfs

One way to guarantee this is done, is to use Lead
Capture Pages
as your referral link in surfing contests.
Get your new people on your list from the very start.
That way they will get follow up messages from you that
gets them started the right way.

If you use company splash pages  or banners or text ads
that bring in new subscribers, then you need to be on
top of your game, watching your mail for new sign ups
and getting that welcome mail off to them quickly.

That welcome mail can include a lot of important starting
information for your new person. It can also include an
invitation for them to subscribe to your list for faster

As you can see, contests can play a very important role in
your online marketing. Take advantage of each of the
suggestions in this article to turn your  list building
around 180 degrees pointing right at active success.

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