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Your current customer base is a great place to start building your email list. If you have a CRM system, you probably have already have clients’ email addresses. The more information you have, the better. Start with an overarching list that includes all customers and then keep segmenting and branching out based on who your customers are, where they are located, what they purchased, or any other number of relevant variables that you have collected. If you don’t have a CRM and have not been collecting emails of past clients, then you’ll have little tougher time. Try calling your past and current customers, look on their website for contact information or reach out on social media to acquire their emails. Starting with your current and past customers will give you a solid foundation to build on.  
Live chat feature is an excellent customer support service and can change the way people perceive you and your work. Not only that, but can also serve as a lead magnet to help you collect new addresses for your email list. Live chat is an instant help for visitors that can easily convert into an email list building tool in all those situations that require more conversation. Show people you’re there for them at any time, for instant help, then drive them to an email conversation when needed. You can see a detailed list of recommended WordPress chat plugins & how to set them up in our article to choose the one which best aligns with your site and business.
If at any point in the course you feel overwhelmed or lost, you have three mechanisms to get you back on track:1) Me! Take full advantage of the unlimited coaching 2) The community. There are hundreds of other people on this journey with you. We have an active and vibrant community full of folks that have been exactly where you are. 3) Strategy calls. Take advantage of the one-on-one strategy call you get with me. We can workshop through any questions or hold-ups you are facing.
Never-ending. Some bloggers have a never-ending email autoresponder, always adding (and sometimes removing) blog posts from the queue based on what they’ve written lately. They build and prune their autoresponder “live”, while it is going out to readers. A never-ending autoresponder is a good place to feature your “greatest hits” and best blog posts on the broad topic of your niche blog. It is a recirculation tool, making sure your older, archived posts always get traffic.

If you know your target audience, you can set up the prize in a manner will be most appealing only for that segment. For example, if your business sells eco-friendly sneakers, the obvious option would be to give away a pair of the latest sneakers from your line of products. A cheaper and still relevant prize could be recycled coffee mugs, handcrafted jewelry, or organic cotton activewear.

Another tool for recruiters. This tool help recruiters with context which helps them a lot when they reach out to any candidate. This tool accumulates candidate’s social information from platforms like Gmail, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook and provides you with this information as a sidebar in your email inbox. This is one of the best free email finder.
I created the LIST LOVE master course because I’ve been where you are. So let me tell you my story. I started my DIY & Craft Blog (JenniferMaker.com) in October 2016. My first three months of blogging were a long, slow slog. I struggled to get posts out because it seemed like there was SO much to do—research ideas, photograph projects, edit photos, write posts, make promotional images, actually promote my posts. Ugh! Sometimes I wasn't sure what to even write about, and it was so hard to get people to visit my blog. I was doing ALL THE THINGS, but my growth was really, really slow.  
Brian , your every post is like a book, I always read your post and try to find a few questions to ask .. but to be honest your posts are that comprehensive that, I don’t find a question to ask because you left nothing unexplained ! I wonder how long you take to prepare a post like this, I probably would take a whole year ! 🙂 Good luck Brian. you are a magician of IM strategies.
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