Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Lisa Preston's Instant Niche Emails

I'm really excited.
I just bought a new product which I hope will really help to push my business forward.

My plan for my business is to have a bunch of related sites/blogs. I want opt in boxes on each site with a freebie offer. When the visitor signs up he/she will start to receive a newsletter once a week. In the newsletter I will be providing interesting information and some suggestions to purchase relevant products through my affiliate links.

I want to have 52 emails set up (one for each week of the year) even before the first visitor opts in. Sitting down to write 52 emails is not my idea of fun and it gets complicated, when you sit and wonder what to write to complete strangers!

Today, I found a solution to this problem. I bought Lisa Preston's Instant Niche Emails software.

I can't report on the results yet, but I can tell you that it's really cool! You still have to do some of the work, but she takes you by the hand, tells you what to write and after you've written a few things you cut and paste it into her software and VOILA! It spits out the 52 interesting, entertaining emails, which have a piece of YOU in them, since you did alot of the writing (but in very small snatches). The software can also be used to create personality filled blog posts and articles. The whole process should take only a few hours.

It wasn't super duper cheap but it was exactly what I was looking for.

You see, whenever I look at PLR sites they have good (maybe) material but not exactly what I'm looking for for my own niches. Recently I bought a nice, inexpensive package of 52 emails for one of my niches but there were no more available for my other ones. It's so frustrating! So, when I found this product I got really excited because instead of selling me "the fish" I'm being helped to fish. Know what I mean?

As you can tell, I'm quite enthusiastic about the package.
I will be back and report how the results turn out.

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1 comment:

Ryan Ambrose said...

Hi Dena.

It's me, Ryan, from The Self-Reliant Post.

I know it's not on topic, but I noticed some trouble with your subscription links. The Technorati blog link asks me to subscribe to <$BlogURL$>, which won't work out for you.

You should look into that and get them fixed so your potential fan base can subscribe to you =).

Hope you're doing well.