How to Blog

The Basics of Creating a Subscriber Base

4 Comments 19 April 2012

It’s really important in the early stages of your blog to set up the infrastructure for a subscriber base. Why? Because that way you give it time to grow. Here’s the how/when/why details, in a tidy 7 minute package.


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  1. AmyKateGowland says:

    Very interesting. Brainstorming to be done. Thanks Jen!
    My Best,

  2. vimax says:

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  3. This advice is rock-solid. I recently had to learn to build a subscriber list before launching my new podcast. It was _such_ a huge help.

    I notice both AWeber and MailChimp were mentioned in the video; I’m on MailChimp and I’m pretty happy with it.

    Really, you should be trying to build a subscriber list before launching any project. It’s good stuff.

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