...you've probably heard this a million times...
"The money is in the list". But, because it's such a familiar saying, the awesome wisdom in those six words gets diminished.
But - if you build a list of folks interested in what you have to sell - you're actually doing exactly what the super-rich do to create and constantly increase their wealth...
Because they also create assets that give them a continuous income.
Now I'm not promising to put you in the billionaire or even the millionaire league, but consider this...
The industry standard for the income produced by a mailing list is one dollar, per month, per name.
Doesn't sound that exciting, does it?
But, imagine having a list of, say, 1,000 names. That's $1,000 a month or $12,000 a year!
Because a little extra like that would mean you no longer dread the arrival of the mailman with all those "past due" bills. You simply pay them when they first arrive and forget them, instead of having the thought of them lurking at the back of your mind for weeks.
And then there are those little luxuries you always want to buy for your loved ones, but can never quite afford.
Now, all that will soon be distant memories, once you have your income producing asset of a mailing list set up.
Just because you now understand the amazing value of a mailing list, you're actually no closer to getting it built.
That's where I can help you.
I've been running my own business since 1998, when I was just 19.
Now I'm virtually an "old timer" and those last 15 years have been stressful, exhilarating, and crammed with priceless business experience YOU can now use to zoom to internet gold, lightening fast.
Because then you won't need to imagine how an extra $1,000 a month will make life more pleasant because you'll actually experience it!
And, once you've built that list of 1,000 names, I'm guessing you won't stop there.
Because, by then, you'll have the secrets I'm going to give you, so you can go on increasing the size of your list month on month and growing your income month after month too.
In fact, I know guys with lists of 250,000 names. Imagine the happy pay days they enjoy!