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Email Marketing Tip: How to Grow Your Email List Like a Pro

With the availability of social media, some businesses think that emails are obsolete. However, that’s false. Emails are one of the barest forms of online infrastructure, which is why social platforms require you to have one. Collecting emails for your business can significantly improve your conversion rate, and that’s why you need to know how to grow your email list.

“But I already have a decent list, should I continue collecting more emails?”

If you want to get more sales and grow your business, of course, YES. 

However, that’s not the only reason why you’d want to continue collecting more emails. Your email list degrades by 22% each year. Over time, your email marketing becomes less and less effective if you’re not getting new subscribers. 

4 Effective Ways on How to Grow Your Email List That Works:

      1. Gate Premium Content

The most powerful way to get more subscribers is by locking some of your best-performing content. 

An example of gated content is a partially blocked article in your blog. If your visitors want to pursue reading its blocked section, which is what they’ll likely do, they have to enter their email. This strategy is common among giant news and magazine websites. 

However, you have to be careful in gating content. If the content you are gating isn’t that good, your readers will leave — so select wisely.

      2. Create Comment-Inducing Blog Posts

You should design your website to collect emails whenever a visitor writes a comment. Once you’ve established that, write articles for your blog that ends with a call-to-action. 

A simple “have you tried… comment down below” or “feel free to ask questions…” works best on how-to articles such as this one.

The more comments, the more emails you get! Just don’t forget to add a security feature to verify the commenters and review their comments. Bots and spammers can be harmful to both your website and your audience. 

        3. Tap Beyond Your Website

One of the most common mistakes most business owners make is limiting their marketing actions within the website. 

The idea that your website is the only way to acquire emails is wrong. Although you do have the freedom to create witty pop-ups or banners asking your visitors to subscribe, other platforms such as social media have them as well. 

On your Facebook page, you can add a sign-up button where it will send people to your website’s registration page. You can also share your registration page on Twitter, Reddit, and other platforms to help grow your email list. 

         4. Go Old School

Although digital marketing has come a long way and is proven to be more efficient, tradition still has its place. 

If you have a brick-and-mortar store, asking for your customers’ email on paper is a pretty reliable way to grow your list. Whenever you hand out receipts, you can always ask for their email. Just make sure to inform them that you’ll only be using their email to send out promotions and updates. 

You can also use a membership scheme that provides discounts to members. For your customers to join, they need to visit your website and register. Voila — you get site traffic plus new subscribers from real customers! 

How to Grow Your Email List Summary:

Growing your email list can do wonders for your business. Moreover, it doesn’t require that much effort to do once you’ve set up my suggestions above. If you’re too busy running your business, feel free to contact us or give us a call at (800) 481-1720. We can put these tips into practice for you.

Deb Wallace | CEO | Digital Marketing Services | Tulumi Digital Marketing

Deb Wallace


Deb Wallace brings a dynamic career in mobile and internet marketing. She remains on the industry’s cutting edge for technology and innovation driving new business through establishing strategic partnerships and relationships. She carries with her a vast knowledge in the e-commerce marketplace as well as extensive experience in the online payment processing industry.

Deb is exceptionally well organized with a track record that demonstrates creativity, tenacity, and initiative in achieving both personal and business goals. She is currently focused on providing multiple locations for the company.


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