You can use guest blogging to build an email list if you do it with intention and strategy.

When you first start marketing online, it can be hard to get any traction. You know you have a great message and you know who your ideal audience is, so why is it so hard to get their attention? In order to begin growing your list and attracting customers, you need a large platform to send traffic to your website. You can borrow someone else’s platform (and their traffic) by guest blogging on a popular website.

For years, online business owners and marketers have coveted guest posts on big websites, like Huffington Post, Mashable, Buzzfeed, Entrepreneur and Business Insider. But you can build an email list by guest blogging on smaller websites in your industry or niche, as

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How to Build an Email List for Beginners


Learning how to build an email list is the most important aspect of your DIY online marketing strategies. It’s more important than learning how to get social media followers. Why? Because you don’t own Instagram or Facebook or Twitter or any other platform. So if they disappear, so do your followers. (Remember Vine? Or Periscope? Ouch.) However, when people sign up to be on your email list, you will always have direct access to them, no matter where they are or you are.

How do you build an email list when you’re new to online marketing? It’s not as difficult as it seems. There are a few steps to go through, but if you focus on just one step at a time, you can get through it with ease. Let’s break it down.

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Facebook ads can be an effective way to increase your sales and name recognition.

Social media, as a whole, is an easy way to interact with your audience and to grow your following but sometimes it can seem like a tedious process. If you want to take control of your progress and try to speed up the rate at which you obtain leads or make sales, try using Facebook ads to increase your reach.

Facebook ads are created in the Ad Manager. You’ll need to know the demographics of your target market, as well as how much you want to spend, and how long you want the ad to run.

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#1 Choose Your Goal

Facebook wants you to identify your ad objective and you have about 12 options to choose from, including get

While you’re putting in the time to grow your network on Facebook, there’s one more avenue you can use to reach a larger audience: boosted posts. Quite simply, this is a form of advertising which costs money, but it’s a quick and more passive way to reach more people in a short amount of time.
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Sharing Your Personality on Facebook: Go Beyond Flat Lays


Your Facebook followers want to know the real you. Gone are the days of cookie-cutter, marketing copy. Now, customers want you to speak from the heart and show your personality on Facebook, as well as other social media channels. And the more specific you are, the more likely you are to connect with the right client.

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There’s so much more to life than working, don’t you agree? So if you do nothing but post on Facebook about your business and become a pushy salesperson, you’re not doing yourself justice. Your followers will soon get bored and abandon you. Instead, show them what a well-rounded life you lead and pique their interest with other “lifestyle” type photos and posts on Facebook.

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