Have you ever heard the old adage, “It’s easier to sell again to an existing customer than it is to generate a new customer?”
It’s absolutely true, particularly if you know what you’re doing.
Here’s the problem. Most people don’t.
If you’ve taken my email marketing course, you’ve learned all about the importance of segmenting your email list – breaking it down into smaller, more targeted sub-segments that allow you to tailor promotions to specific people.
For most people, this is generally limited to two lists – a buyers list, and a non-buyers list.
And hey, this can work well. If you have a clear path that you want people to take, you can set up a system with your email marketing service to move people towards a given set of actions, moving them deeper and deeper into a sales funnel until hopefully you land a few big ticket sales.
However, if you truly want to maximize your income, you must pursue every single person on your list with the belief that you can get them to buy every single product that you offer.
In order for that to happen, you have to get very personalized, and very organized.