IMPORTANT: If you don’t have an email list yet you better start one. But if you have a list, are you actively building that list and emailing the list regularly?
Here is a bit of math that might make you think and give you some inspiration.
If you earn $25 an hour and your work week is 40 hours, your take-home earnings are $1,000 a week before deductions.
$52,000 a year for your 2,080 hours before deductions.
Now, if you have a list, and you earn $500 (on average) each time you send an email that contains a promotional link, and you send those emails four times per week, that’s $2,000 a week, or $104,000 a year.
Now think of the best part of this equation.
The best part is that emails take around ONE hour to write.
Yes, in about FOUR hours per week you could make about TWICE the money you are earning at your JOB 40 hours per week.
So, are you building your email list?
Don’t delay, build your list; remember the phrase, “JUST DO IT” and DO IT!
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