How to Grow Your Email List – Episode 10

Justin Kerby and Jordan Scheltgen Cave Social

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Show Notes

In this episode, the guys go over ways to grow your email list. They touch on organic methods, paid methods, and mistakes to avoid when growing your list.

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Here’s a quick summary:

Ways to grow your list organically – ASK!

1. Add a subscribe link in your email signature

2. Add a subscribe link at the end of your blog posts (in the body, not the side bar!)

3. Gate your best content, and have a subscribe option to the gated page

4. Install SumoMe on your site

Ways to grow your list using paid advertising

1. Use direct marketing to target your audience, and drive traffic to a signup page

2. Advertise a contest with the option to subscribe to your list

Awesome tools we mentioned:

1. SumoMe

2. Hello Bar

Other items we discussed:

1. Justin wrote an article on ways to grow your email list for the Wise Stamp Blog, take a look here:

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2. We wrote another article for the Cave Blog on 4 easy ways to get more email subscribers, see those tips here:

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Posted on May 12, 2016 in In The Cave

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My name is Justin and I help companies grow their revenue. Some fun facts about me: My nickname is Juice. I write for Adweek and Fast Company. I conquered the world's highest bungee jump. I host the "Mind Your Marketing" podcast. I swam with great white sharks in South Africa. I'm a die-hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
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