I saw a thread today asking if the “Internet is dead”.
(No joke, search the WarriorForum, the thread is on the front page).
To be honest, the poster was frustrated that saturation is at an all time high.
That might be true, but you can still make it – even if you’re a teeny tiny business.
Take me for example.
I don’t have any guru friends. (Well, maybe one or two).
Seriously though, many of the gurus have literally ignored me, shunned me, conspired against me, and even blacklisted me. (Haha, no, I won’t go into the shameful details).
But, there’s one thing they can’t do.
They Can Never Prevent Me From Email Marketing, And From Building My List.
That’s why I hustle nonstop to continually build my list.
Everything I do, focuses around list building.
When I create new blog posts…
When I build my social media following…
When I create new training courses…
When I post on the WarriorForum…
Or publish PLR content…
My MAIN Goal Is Always To Get New Subscribers.
And that’s my advice to you.
To focus on building your subscriber database. Always be building your subscriber base.
In the rain. On the train. In your house, with a mouse. Even when you’re slacking on your couch.
Always be building your list.
That way, you never have to rely on or “beg” the gurus or other successful marketers for help.
Because Heck, You Won’t Need It.
Because list building is the BEST way to make it as a small business today, period, even if everything else is saturated and dismal.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a brick and mortar startup, if you’re selling services, a network marketer, affiliate marketer, or product publisher.
In my experience, email marketing is the BEST way to drive sales, build rapport, and brand the heck out of yourself and your business.
But don’t take my word for it.
Look Around You.
You’ll probably notice, that the most successful marketers, entrepreneurs, politicians, and businesses…
They build their list like crazy.
And ask yourself this question… Are you doing everything you can to build your list?
Ask yourself if it would feel good to “swipe” 5 years of my list building experience?
So you can finally cut through the saturation, and be recognized in your niche?
Just food for thought.
If you ever have any questions about list building, or email marketing…
Simply ask me. I’m not shy.
It’s my honor to help you anyway that I can.
Talk later, and please have a great day.
Mike “Saturation Devastation” DeVincent