When you start out as an author, unless you’re traditionally published, you’ll begin with a lot of expenses:
Even if you skip the ads and create your covers yourself, you need to pay for an autoresponder so you can communicate with your buyers. And get more future buyers.
So you’re looking at around $20 per month normally… Even for a small list.
I’m always looking out for better alternatives. I like the system I use, but I know a lot of people who prefer to struggle with Aweber/GetResponse and their low delivery rates, hours offline, delayed emails, and even deleted subscribers (yes, they do that with “soft bounces”) rather than set up an autoresponder themselves.
I can’t blame them. It takes some technical knowledge, and you’re on your own if you run into trouble.
Today, I noticed a worthy alternative. It’s perfect for struggling authors, because:
There are many more advantages, but for writers, I think these are the main ones.
Anyway, I suggest you take a look today, while the price is still only $27 for unlimited access. This is a fantastic deal, if you want my opinion. And by the way, tomorrow I’m going to talk more about what to write in the emails you’re going to send to your readers.
For now, check this out http://malka.im/inboxingpro