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10 Ways To Build Your List Faster

When it comes to making money online there are a few key activities that trump all others.

You are probably familiar with most of them, even if you have not yet mastered them.

These all-important activities include ...

  • Helping people solve a problem.
  • Finding, or creating, great products to promote.
  • Driving traffic to your landing pages.
  • Improving sales and other conversions.
  • Building your list and nurturing the people on your list.

It's that last one that we zero in on today.

Having a list of your own is true marketing power. If you have one, this video will help you build it faster.

If you are just starting with list building, this video will help you make a strong start.

Either way, I hope you enjoy today's video.

Please feel free to leave a comment below.

Charlie Page

Happily married for 44 years, Charlie is the dad to two wonderful daughters. He is the author of 12 books on Internet marketing and creator of over 16 membership sites. You can see all Charlie offers using this link Click Here

  • Ed says:

    I have been reading your blog for some time now Charlie and always come away with fresh ideas and knowledge.

    You provide great inspiration and keeping the whole job as simple as possible appeals to me greatly.

    Thank you, your work is appreciated.

    • Charlie Page says:


      Thank you for your kind comment. Simple, to me, is the best way to go. I’m very happy you are enjoying what I share.


  • alfred says:

    A step ahead! Excellent!

  • Hi Mr Page;

    Wow… nice to come to a page that’s not trying to pressure sale something to us…
    Your site is a breathe of fresh air…

    Robert and Barbora
    Vancouver, Canada

    • Charlie Page says:

      Thanks Robert! I believe in giving value and letting customers decide what they need to purchase, if anything.


  • Earl says:

    Hi Charlie,

    Thank you for your short post on list building. I have been reading your posts for over 8 years and have not taken any action on them yet.

    Working paycheck to paycheck and not having any extra it was very hard to spend on things which I didn’t know how to use.

    I joined DOE many years ago but was overwhelmed by all of the information and technology which I did not understand.

    This will sound like an excuse, but when you have negative friends and family who say it won’t work it affects your mind and so I didn’t try very hard or long. A negative mind set is one of the hardest things I have been working on these past months.

    I am in my 70’s and feel like I have a new world out there in front of me and am looking for some good mentors who can assist me in my Goals. Being on Social Security and no other income is limiting my efforts, but I am determined and have a changed mindset. All THINGS ARE POSSIBLE TO THOSE WHO BELIEVE.

    I welcome any suggestions you have regarding mentors.


    • Charlie Page says:

      Hi Earl,

      My best mentors have all been books. I love and recommend Battlefield Of The Mind by Joyce Meyer, The Power Of Positive Thinking by Norman Vincent Peale and Over The Top by Zig Ziglar. One of them is on my desk at all times.

      Positive thinking and motivation is like bathing – we need to do it every day to avoid stinking thinking.

      Thank you for your comments.


      • Ed says:

        Positive thinking and motivation is like bathing – we need to do it every day to avoid stinking thinking.

        I love that line Charlie.

      • Charlie Page says:


        Me too! I wish it was mine but it is actually Zig Ziglar’s. He had so many great lines.


  • Hi Charlie,

    Loved your video on “10 ways to build your list faster”

    Keep them coming, awesome content and ideas!



    • Charlie Page says:


      Thank you! I’m happy you enjoyed it. Much more to come.

      You like the videos instead of written articles?


  • Mark M says:

    Hi Charlie, another great post. It looks like all I need to do is get my blog better set up and ad some more calls to action.


    Mark M

    • Charlie Page says:


      Good calls to action are always important. You seem to be displaying full articles on your blog. I might suggest displaying excerpts instead so people could more easily scan the articles to find what they want.


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