Tell your visitors all they want to know about you. Give them a chance to also tell you about themselves and they'll probably leave their mailing list contact info behind. 2. Source Out For Your Clients Visit social and business forums. Pick out the particular entries of interest to you. Address the concerns raised in a way to direct those particular bloggers/surfers to want to know more about you.
Get your potential addresses on Twitter, Facebook, Google groups, blogs etc. 3. Use Viral Marketing Together With Joint Venture mailing list Marketing Viral marketing is when you publicize your work to other players in the industry and make it known to them that they stand to gain (whether monetary or also publicity) if they pass on your contacts to others.
Joint ventures on the other hand are when you team up with seasoned players in your industry who recommend your work in their mailing list publications to their clients. Viral marketing is faster than joint ventures as long as you keep your word. 4. Train Your Joint Venture Partners It is pointless if you just spread the word out to your joint venture partners that you need them to market your work if you do not train them on the results you look forward to getting.