Then, reinvest the profits from those ads into seven or eight ads, and so on. Don't be concerned about making immediate money. You'll make a larger mailing list profit LATER if you reinvest in your business NOW. 3) TRACK YOUR ADS. Suppose you have ten or fifteen different ads running in different publications. All of a sudden, you get a whole load of orders.
Of course, you want to continue running the ad that pulled in the orders, in the same publication and in ones you haven't advertised mailing list in before. This will bring in more loads of orders, right? But, when you look at the orders, you have no idea which of your ads was the one that clicked. When you're done crying, resolve that, from now on, you will KEY and TRACK your ads.
Keying and tracking ads is so simple that many people miss it. Here's all you have to do. On each ad, preferably on the address, add a mailing list letter or number code that will indicate to you where the order came from. For example, if you're advertising in the August issue of Popular Mudbogging, and your business name is Joe's Knobby Tires, put your name in the ad as Joe's Knobby Tires-PM8.