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Do You Have A 'Hidden' Mailing List?copyright 2002 John EvansStrange as it may seem, I'll bet there are many of youout there who have mailing lists on your computer, orin your email program, and you're not aware of them.We have been marketing on the internet for a while, andhave never thought too much about marketing with email.Why? Well, for one thing there's so much talk about "spamming" that I just didn't want to get involved in it. Who needs that kind of hassle?But, every once in a while I like to go through my computer and clean out old files. And it just happenedthat I started looking through my email program (Eudora)and came across quite a few (for me) names. Now, these names came from (1.) people who had joined one of my free ad-page programs, or (2.) those who had clicked on one of my autoresponders, asking for more information.As a result, I came up with a little over 200 names. Not a whole lot when compared to some web masters, or ezine publishers, but it was a good start for me. And, these were people who had contacted ME at some point in time. Since I just became involved in a really great program, it occured to me that I might as well give this email marketing a try, and contact these people. I carefully constructed an appropriate sales letter, and made sure there was a clickable "Remove" link at the bottom of it.In fact, I actually wrote 2 sales letters. Since AOL'semail program doesn't support "normal" links, on one ofthe letters reserved for AOL members, I put the "Remove"link in HTML. This way, they too can just click on it,and not have to copy and paste the mailto: address.The results are not all in, and may take some time, but the point is that I had "found" a mailing list on mycomputer, and wasn't even aware of it. Why not? Well,all these names came in over a period of time. And, since they just sort of trickled in, I was not much aware that I was even building a mailing list. So, why not look through YOUR computer, and see whatnames you may have available? It's often been said thatthe very best mailing list is YOUR OWN! How many peoplehave contacted you about a program you're in? Did yousave their names? You just might be surprised at what you can find.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++copyright2002 John Evanshttp://www.dailybiz.com/change.htmWant to REALLY make money online? Visit us now.You can use this article but please leave it intact.+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Article Tags: Mailing List