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Welcome to the Small Business Marketing Community

The Small Business Marketing community is a great place to talk about the all aspects of marketing for small/local businesses. We'd love to see your posts about the latest trends and solutions for local businesses marketing their products and services.

This community is heavily moderated and curated. This means posts that don't meet these policies will be removed, and repeat offenders will be banned. If you think your posts are being unfairly removed, feel free to +mention me and I'll explain why I'm removing your posts.

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I Find Email Marketing a Struggle Sometimes

When I started out with online marketing selling ebooks, everyone said "start an email list" so I did. I collected emails from my ebooks, from my web page and I even did some paid advertising and gave away a Free Report.

That worked ok for awhile but then the next thing everyone said was "you have to segment your list and move subscribers from one list to another and then send them information specific to their interests."

Managing my list this way sounded like a good idea until I tried to figure out how to use the list management tools on my auto responder. That only lead to confusion and having the same person on five different lists (which of course every email counts on how many subscribers I have). If you thought getting an email sequence setup was hard wait until you try segmenting.

So then again, the marketing gurus are saying, "use Infusionsoft it is built for this kind of marketing, " but it starts at $300 per month, so that is out.

I almost stopped emailing at all I was so frustrated. Then someone told about ConvertKit and that I should check it out. So I did.

And wow it was amazingly simple. I was reluctant to put my email in to get access to the demo video, but after I watched it, I immediately signed up and started to import my subscribers.

ConvertKits approach to email lists is that they don't have them. They just use tags and segments with all the users in one database. One list no double or triple email addresses, so you only pay for a subscriber once.

ConvertKit uses tags and groups (segments) them based on which form they signed up through, what emails and links they clicked, what products they bought, I can sort and segment my subscribers anyway I want, and it's super simple.

Check it out for yourself there is so much more I like about ConvertKit, but you see for yourself, here is a link.

Thanks, Good Luck


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