Hey, It’s Igor on behalf of clientName
One of the scariest things about building an opt-in list is the looming danger of the spam button.
It’s probably the single biggest reasons why the people who know how effective having your own database of subscribers can be never actually set out to build one.
And for good reason. No one is immune. Even the greatest of all time, like the founder of ClickFunnels.
While in college, Russell Brunson bought 1,000,000 “spam-free” e-mail records.
He figured these are special people that don’t hit the complaint button, so he could mail them as he pleased without consequences.
Few days later a CD arrived in the mail that contained one meeellion (spoken with Dr. Evil’s pinky to mouth demeanor) prospects ripe for mailing.
Russell thought that if he sent out a message selling a 50 dallah product and 1% bought, he’d meyk 500,000.
Keep in mind this was back when dial up connections were still a thing.
Russell had to use his local host to send out all of these e-letters.
He didn’t even know he needed an autoresponder.
He launched the program and went to bed.
He woke up to a huge surprise.
Only 6,423 of the 1,000,000 recipients were sent.
A glitch? A bug?
“Hello, are you Russell Brunson?”
“What the %#&$@% are you doing? In the past six hours, we’ve received over thirty spam complaints. We’re shutting you down.”
No, sir, wait, there must be some kind of mistake.
These are spam-free addresses!
I just bought this list from a website
“Son, buying a list is the definition of SPAM”
The guy went on to threaten him with a lawsuit, but Russell talked his way out of it.
It was a pretty dumb thing to do, but can you blame him? I can’t. I’d probably do the same thing had I had the chance, because I was desperate.
Anyhoo, Russell should have never bought email lists again. And neither should you.
No matter how cheap it seems, no matter how easy — it’s trouble.
The only legitimate way to generate leads is through buying ads or working your ass off to generate organic hits.
I’m not a fan of the latter, because it’s super slow.
You could waste years building sites and creating content and generate virtually no visitors.
Buying clicks is more predictable.
But it’s expensive.
But what if I said you could generate paid media, but only pay for actual conversions? Not clicks or impressions?
I just put together a new case study where you can see and understand a different traffic strategy that generates up to 4,224,799 clicks that can turn up to 1,339,261 opt-in subscribers.
It takes away all the frustrations of building a responsive list.
In a nutshell, you’re only charged when you generate a lead. Not a click.
This means less risk for you.
This means more efficient use of your budget.
This means you’ll be putting every ad dollar you spend to good use.
In case you’re wondering if you can get started with $5 a day with this method – you can’t.
This trufik source is perfect for people who value time over money.
“Yes, I Want To Leverage Automation To Get More Freedom, Igor!”
Igor Kheifets & clientName
P.S. I don’t imply to be smarter than Russell. I’ve done some stupid things too. Like that time I hacked into an autoresponder and used a bunch of fake names to send out promos. Or that other time when I almost got banned from the WarriorForum for impersonating their WF deal of the day. It was a long time ago and I can laugh about it now, but at the time, I knew I was breaking the rules (and the law), but did it anyway because I was desperate. If only I knew this…