8 thoughts on “4 Ways To Double Your List Building Results”

  1. Hi Charlie,

    I’m totally new to this. I am presently “TRYING” to market real estate by “only” emailing”. I need a blog I really don’t know where to start. I need help please.
    I would appreciate your assistance.

    1. Charlie Page


      Getting a blog is quite easy actually. Here are the most common options.

      1. If you have a hosting account then you can build a blog with one click using cPanel.
      2. If you have a domain name at a site like GoDaddy you can build a blog cheaply using their service.
      3. You can use a service like TypePad and pay a small fee for a professional blog.
      4. I would be remiss if I did not mention that we build blogs for members at Common Sense Blog Blueprint.

      But having a blog is only part of the equation. You need to know what to do with it. While I can’t cover that here in the comments, what I can say is that knowing who you want to reach matters. Once you know that, reach them using Facebook and send them to your blog where you give them great free content AND get them on your list. Then you can build trust and relationship. And that leads to sales.

      Hope this helps.


  2. Charlie, so great to hear your voice and see yet another great video. I am in LOVE with all of the Thrive solutions! Great recommendation!

    Take care, and God bless you richly.

    1. Charlie Page

      HEY NOW! We are supposed to be having breakfast! Miss seeing you and can’t wait to get together again. Thank you for your kind words. Thrive is the best and Shane is a wonderful mix of geek and marketer. Fun to watch.

      See you soon I hope.


  3. Thanks Charlie, very helpful, going to try it on my blog, I appreciate learning inside DOE and Followupsystems, thanks again….


  4. Gordon Appleby

    Great video, Charlie. You have a real knack for simplifying important processes. I myself am a major league techniphobe, so it’s nice to have someone calmly and matter-of-factly lay the process out, complete with great examples, and the tools to simplify the actual “doing” part.

    Everybody has the “thing” that ties them up in knots, don’t we? Usually the fear of the problem is much bigger than the problem, but we don’t know that until we finally attack the problem. And sometimes that just requires some Common Sense help.

    Thanks and keep it up.


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