Build Your List WITHOUT Email?

Can you build your list without email?

It turns out … you can.

By using this free service you can literally “set and forget” notifying followers about your blog posts.

If you want REAL marketing power, add this to your email marketing like I have.

You will be happy that you did!

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Mark M - December 18, 2016

Hi again Charlie.
I don’t know why but last time I looked at this post I didn’t watch the video.
I’m in, I’m going to sign up into PushCrew rite now.

Thanks & Happy Christmas

Mark M

    Charlie Page - December 19, 2016

    Merry Christmas to you as well. PushCrew has worked very well for me. I hope it works well for you too.


John Corona - September 21, 2016

H Charlie,

I hope you accept my apology. Yes, I was having a very distraught of a day and I let the adversary slip in and take over. And thanks for reminding me of the Ephesians verse; I needed that.

I hope you’ll forgive me.

Many Blessings,


    Charlie Page - September 21, 2016


    Nothing to forgive. You had a bad day. It happens to us all. We are all only human after all.

    Be well,


John Corona - September 17, 2016

Hi Charlie,

And no, I won’t be happy that I did! There are ways to give value to prospects and customers, obviously, however, interruption marketing, which is EXACTLY what you’re doing isn’t one of them. And I don’t care how YOU want to justify it, it is what it is…interruption marketing!

We get more than enough distractions and overwhelm online. And now you’re trying to justify this? Adding to the problem of ADHD??? I understand it’s your ads and I respect (and always will) you and your value.

Even some well known gurus who I respect ( I’ll give you there names if you want them in private) DO NOT condone interruption marketing, period! Sure, I’m not in there tax bracket but thats not the point. I was always wondering if it was just me. I’m sickened with You Tube now! For all of the ad distractions.

I’m sorry, but when I’m in pursuit of a topic online (I don’t care where) and I have to sit through an ad, a disruption, do you really want to know where I’d like to send that “self-serving” asshole?? And it’s not to the moon, Alice!!

Case in point: I had a well known marketer (self- serving asshole) tell me that PPV is in and webinars are a thing of the past. This was two years ago, REALLY?? Is that marketer self-serving or not? You tell me, Charlie. And I understand you’re a christian, and yes so am I, even though you may be shaking your head with my verbage and tone. Please answer me and don’t ignore me or this issue.

Set me straight if need be I can take an ass whooping…bring it!


    Charlie Page - September 17, 2016

    Hello John,

    I would never ignore you. I did, however, delete your other comment as it was basically the same complaint.

    I can see you are having a bad day. I do disagree with your choice of language, especially because you identify yourself as a Christian. Because you are a believer, I will point you to Ephesians 4:29 and leave it there.

    I feel no need to defend myself, so I won’t be doing that.

    I have long sent only permission-based email and the only people who possibly can see PushCrew messages are those who proactively ASK to receive them.

    I still recommend them, and will continue to do so, as it is an effective way of doing permission marketing, not interruption marketing.

    I hope you feel better soon.


Willie Crawford - September 6, 2016

Thanks for this excellent tip Charlie, and for the quality information that you provide to your ezine subscribers too!

    Charlie Page - September 7, 2016

    Thank you Willie. Always great to hear from you!


Herman - September 6, 2016

Thanks for the tip..is there a fee after you get a certain amount of subs?

    Charlie Page - September 7, 2016

    Hi Herman,

    There is but it’s small.


Cristian Petre - September 6, 2016

There are several companies that offer this service. It’s interesting and it’s new. And usually free. Depends on the bells and whistles.

But what do you think about saturation?

I mean at first people was looking forward to getting emails. Now we still do, but we receive more that we need.

And soon we’ll get so many notifications that we’ll get used to them and overlook them. I already receive enough and even though I always click on notifications from CharliePage.com 😉 there are many that I don’t.

And I’m not subscribing to all, like I did a few months ago when all this craze started.

Just my 2 cents. 🙂

    Charlie Page - September 7, 2016


    I think it is very hard for a population as large as the one on the Internet to get saturated with anything. I’ve heard this observation made many times about many things. And I DO understand it.

    I will share this insight – many times the worry about saturation stops a person from starting. Don’t let that happen to you. Even if a thing could be saturated (and I think that is not true) it is better to take action and yield the most benefits possible while possible.

    But, as you said yourself, you do click on mine. And that is the goal – to provide enough value and be helpful enough that people WANT to hear from us.

    As long as you are doing that there can be no saturation of your content.

    Hope this helps.



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