1ShoppingCart Tip: Subscribe Clients To Multiple Autoresponders

E-zines, newsletters, e-mail series. All are smart, effective marketing tools, but signing up takes time and effort, especially since most opt-in forms are designed to subscribe your clients to only a SINGLE autoresponder for a specific purpose.

But wouldn’t it be great if there were a way to have that same opt-in form subscribe your clients to MULTIPLE autoresponders at the same time?

Thanks to 1ShoppingCart™, now there is — and it takes just three easy steps!

First, look for the following line in the form code (where “XXXXX” is the current autoresponder ID):

<input name=”defaultar” type=”hidden” id=”defaultar” value=”XXXXX”>

This line tells the form which autoresponder to subscribe your clients to. In order to allow for a multiple-autoresponder subscription:

  1. Delete any instances of the word “default.”
  2. Copy and paste the line to add as many autoresponders as you wish.
  3. Update the ID for each autoresponder.

For example, let’s say you wanted to subscribe your clients to three separate autoresponders after they fill out your opt-in form. Your form code would contain the following:

<input name=”ar” type=”hidden” id=”ar” value=”XXXXX”>
<input name=”ar” type=”hidden” id=”ar” value=”YYYYY”>
<input name=”ar” type=”hidden” id=”ar” value=”ZZZZZ”>

In this example, you’ll notice:

  1. Any reference to the word “default” has been deleted.
  2. Three duplicates of the line have been created in order to allow for three autoresponders.
  3. “XXXXX”, “YYYYY” and “ZZZZZ” represent the three updated autoresponder IDs, which you can get from 1ShoppingCart™.

In this example we listed three autoresponders, but using this simple method, you can easily subscribe your clients to two, five, or more!

It’s an easy, effective, smart way to get the most out of your marketing materials.

About Tyler Sorensen

Tyler Sorensen has been considered the 1ShoppingCart™ Expert for 8 years running. He gives you 1ShoppingCart™ Tips and Advanced Strategies that is very difficult to find around the web! Keep reading to maximize your 1ShoppingCart™ account and increase your shopping cart conversions! Original Source: http://www.1shoppingcartexperts.com/blog/subscribeultiple-autoresponders/

How To Market Your Book Before It’s Released

One of the biggest mistakes that you can make as an author is to forget about your marketing plan until your book is actually printed. You need to step onto the marketing platform early in the process. Even if you get published traditionally, you must have a marketing platform built, and you’re the one to build it. Marketing your work before it has been published is called pre-marketing, and it’s a great way to ensure that you will sell a lot of copies.Continue Reading

What is an ISBN Number?

 

Kristen's Video ISBN

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How to Self-Publish a Quality Book

The process of self-publishing your book is not like it used to be. The power of the internet and mass communication has changed everything. Something else that has changed is the fact that most people think they can now use the power of their own home computer to become a professional editor, artist, graphic designer or book formatter. This is a huge mistake that is often made by people who decide to self-publish their work.Continue Reading

Best Tax Tips for Writers – Part 2

It’s Part 2 of our “Tax Tips for Writers” series. And yes, you have every legal right to pay the least amount of taxes required by law! Here are four more tips for you:
 
1. Paying Taxes
  • Yes, all your income needs to be declared including bartering exchanges. If you give someone one of your products or services in exchange for one of their products or services, you are required by law to declare that as income. If the product or service is worth more than $600, you’ll need to send/receive a 1099.
  • Plan to save a percentage of each payment you receive in a “tax” savings account. I recommend INGDirect for this. In addition to Federal and State Income taxes, you’ll also be responsible for paying the Self-Employment Tax (Social Security and Medicare). When you work for an employer, you’ll notice FICA and Medicare deductions from your paycheck. What you may not know is that your employer is paying the same amount on your behalf. As a self-employed person, you are responsible for both the employer contribution as well as the employee contribution (there are some reductions your tax preparer will handle). That percentage is 15.3% of your profit (not income). Your taxes are required to be paid quarterly.
  • Local Taxes – be sure to find out about these because they want their money too. Our County has a property tax assessment and the next County over has a public transportation tax for the income earned in that County only.Continue Reading

Best Tax Tips for Writers – Part 1

You have every legal right to pay the least amount of taxes required by law!

Yes, the tax laws change every year and they also get more complicated but it’s worth your time and energy to pay attention to your finances so you can reduce your tax bill. Managing finances is also a key component of a successful business.

If your business has a loss (more expenses than income), you may be able to reduce earnings from your job (or your spouse’s job) at tax time.Continue Reading

How to Leverage Your Work by Repurposing Your Writing

While repurposing may suggest something that’s environmentally friendly, it’s actually a technique practiced regularly by many successful non-fiction writers and authors. They’ve learned they can leverage their effectiveness many times over, and there’s no reason you can’t do the same. In fact, if you haven’t done this yet, you owe it to yourself and your future audiences who otherwise might miss out on your knowledge, expertise and talents to do so. And if you have, maybe you can pick up some inspiration here to get even more mileage out of work you’ve already created.

So who exactly are these “successful” people that repurpose their work? Continue Reading

Hear Cynthia Carol's Personal Story With Forgiveness

Cynthia Carol from www.cynthiacarol.com will be hosting a Forgiveness Teleclass. Listen to her Personal Story With Forgiveness.

Finding hope during a time of hopelessness, while living with ANGER, SHOCK, DREAD, and FEAR, fighting for her son’s life. Register for her FREE Forgiveness teleclass at http://www.cynthiacarol.com/theforgivenessformulathatworks

Secrets to Choosing Your Niche Topic

This is a great ezine post from Linda at EkkoWebSolutions.com – I’d recommend liking her on Facebook so you can stay connected on what she is saying! 😉

Hello, It’s no secret that choosing the niche topic for your online business is important. However, there are several secrets to choosing it successfully.

Here are a few tried and true strategies to get started:

#1 Look to Your Childhood

When contemplating a niche topic many experts recommend choosing a topic you’re passionate about. Sometimes, for adults, that can be difficult. If you’re struggling to find a topic you’re passionate about, look back to your childhood. What did you LOVE to do when you were a child?

For example, did you love to craft and make things? Bake cookies? Did you love to go sledding? There are potential online businesses for all of these childhood passions.

#2 Create a Bucket List

A bucket list, if you’re unfamiliar with the topic, is a list of things you want to do before you die. Yes, it’s a bit morbid. However, when you make this list it’ll give you insight about where your passions and interests are.

For example, if you find that you want to go hang gliding before you die, there may be a potential niche for you in hang gliding for beginners.

#3 Solve Your Own Problems

What problems are you constantly struggling with? What answers are you looking for? Chances are other people are looking for those same answers.

For example, if you’re struggling to decorate your home on a budget then it may be a potential business niche. You find the answers to your questions and provide them to your website visitors and customers.

Other strategies for finding a quality online niche include:

  • Studying and tracking trends
  • Keying into your existing passions or interests
  • Profiting from your existing skills and knowledge

Before you commit to any niche, it’s important to research that niche for potential profitability. That means studying supply and demand and exploring potential business models. A good niche has three qualities:

  • You enjoy it
  • It’s in demand without too much competition
  • You can profit from it.

There are tons of potential business niches just waiting to be found and recognized. Don’t fall prey to the myth that all the good niches are gone. They’re not! You can achieve online success and follow your dreams.

 

Linda

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Are you struggling with allowing men to treat you with respect, kindness and dignity?

The other day, my friend, Cheri Valentine, was working with one of her clients who is having a really difficult time feeling comfortable receiving kindness from a man she is dating. When he comes to see her, he always has her favorite coffee for her. She is so stunned that she overreacts or doesn’t do anything, but it feels really uncomfortable for her.

Can you relate to this? Not feeling comfortable receiving compliments or gifts or offers for help?

So Cheri and her client, Susi, tapped on her discomfort with receiving. What Susi discovered through tapping is that receiving kindness is NOT NORMAL for her, and yet it is exactly what she wants. So the good news is the universe is responding to her request. Susi was able to tap through the different experiences and beliefs that are keeping her from feeling comfortable with kindness AND the discomfort that this did not feel normal to her. She tapped through the experiences that taught her to rely on herself because it was unsafe to expect anyone else to be there to take care of her or help her. The biggest breakthrough for Susi was, “I am creating a new experience of normal, and I deserve this.” Wow, that’s powerful stuff!

I am sharing this with you because I know we have all struggled in some way with what feels normal, what we feel we deserve, and learning to let go enough to actually RECEIVE.

If you’d like to clear the energetic hold that is keeping disappointment, sadness, regret, anger, guilt, and fear – all emotions that are not allowing you to experience NORMAL in healthy ways, then check out Tappy Hour. My friend, and colleague, Cheri Valentine has put together a program that will help move you from shielding yourself to receiving support, love and joy in your relationships! Yes, my friends, this will help you communicate better and draw to you that magnificent mate you are craving.

So, check it out and start moving toward love today.

Start becoming a magnet that is drawing to you an abundance of qualified, committed, loving potential perfect partners to you!

 

Cheri – a huge THANK YOU for what you have helped me with over our sessions we have had together. The huge breakthrough that we made 2 weeks ago has just opened my eyes to see what has been in front of me for years – love, respect, caring, passionate, friends, family — I know that I bottled things up because I didn’t know what to do or where to go – so bottling it up seemed like the right thing to do – now I see that I was bottling it up and it just made me unhealthy emotionally and I am so grateful that you have helped me to release the hurt, anger, sad feelings that have been around for many years and now I see how I can make life even better for me, my husband, my kids and family and friends. Sometimes you do need to see things outside the box and you need someone to tell you how they see it and it helped me to realize my life would not be as wonderful, events and activities would not have occurred if I didn’t take this path and where I am now — it may not have happened this way. So instead of holding onto the past and hoping/wishing for what I can’t have – I am going to be happy and grateful for what I do have – live life to the fullest and respect, love and care for what I do have. Cheri – Thank you for this journey that we took together – it was so worth it – just wish I found you sooner – but we both know – when it’s meant to be – it’s meant to be!” ~ Staci Jansma, www.StaciJansma.com