How to Build an Email List to Sell Porn

Do you want to know how to build an email list so you can sell your porn products? Then this article is for you. In this article, we’ll tell you exactly what you need to do to create an email list that you can use to promote your erotic materials. So sit back, relax, and get ready to click. Let’s get started.

The Basics Of Building An Email List

Before you can build a successful email list you need to understand a few basics. Where are your readers coming from and what do they want? Once you know these questions the rest is easy. To find out where your readers are coming from you can use Google Analytics. From there, you can export a list of your most active users who have visited the site in the past month. This will give you a good idea of what content your readers are consuming. You can use this list to target your next marketing efforts. For example, if you notice your most active users are coming from the United States then your next move might be to target American audiences with your next marketing campaign.

Create Content That Your Readers Want

Now that you know what your readers are doing on your site you can create content that will appeal to them. But if you want to build a sustainable email list you need to create content that your readers will value. When you create content for the sake of marketing without any regard for what your readers want you run the risk of causing them to click away. Your readers are your best customers and you want to make sure that you provide them with content that they will value and remember.

Personalise Your Content

As we’ve established, you need to understand your audience to create content that they will value. But even then, you might find that your content does not appeal to everyone. Take a look at your emails. How many of them do you think are spam? Just because your email lacks a compelling subject line or content does not mean you can be certain that your email will be read and acted upon. To improve the open rate of your email you need to customise your content. Make it relevant to your readers and you’ll see a marked improvement in your open rates. Even more impressively, if you can build a reader base that feels like “you” the writer, you’re offering them a personal experience that will engage them enough to keep them interested in your content even when the subject matter is somewhat graphic or adult-themed.

Use Social Media To Grow Your Email List

More and more readers are relying on social media to discover content. Whether it’s a review of a product or an interview with an influential person, your readers are likely to use social media to find content that appeals to them. To take advantage of this you can integrate social media elements into your site’s design. But don’t stop there. You can use social media to encourage content creation by your audience. If someone follows you on Twitter then they may feel inclined to produce a blog post for you in return for a free product or service. You can also ask your readers to promote your site on social media platforms. The point is to gain a community of people who value and promote your content.

Use Retinoids To Make Your Site More Attractive

If you’re worried that your site’s content is a little “too adult oriented” then you can use retinoids (vitamin A derivatives) to make it more appealing. Vitamin A encourages cell growth which may mean that your web pages will look fresher to your readers. The benefit of using retinoids is that they allow you to experiment with different shades of grey in your designs without risking your content being marked offensive. There’s no hard and fast rule when it comes to what constitutes an acceptable level of adult content on your site. But as a general guideline, the more adult content you have the greater the chance of causing problems for you down the line. So, as much as possible, you want to keep the content on your site to a minimum.

Use Direct Language

Now that you have a basic understanding of how to create a sustainable email list from a porn site you can start building your list. But you still need to know what to call it. If you want to create value for your audience then you need to give them the best possible experience by using language that they are more likely to understand. When you do this you are not only encouraging them to subscribe but you are also connecting with them on a level that is more personal. A good rule of thumb is to use language that is unlikely to be misunderstood. Once you get this down then you can start to play with the language to find the right tone for your content. Some example phrases you can use to build your list are:

  • Porn is tasteless
  • Pornography is sick
  • My spouse and I are avid porn consumers. We want to share our experiences with you. We feel that your blog will provide us with the opportunity to do so
  • I’m looking for volunteers to participate in a survey about porn. Are you interested?
  • I want to make sure that adults in the U.S. are aware of the negative impact that porn has on society. Can you help me?
  • Pornography is destroying our culture. It needs to be outlawed.
  • These [terms for referring to porn content/actors] are harmful to children and to our society as a whole. They should be banned.
  • Stop watching porn, it’s harming you and your relationships. You can become more independent and satisfy your desires without putting your health at risk. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not trying to stop you from watching porn, I just want to make sure that you’re aware of the consequences. Are you willing to accept responsibility for your own actions?
  • I just want to have safe and healthy sexual experiences. What can I do to make sure that this happens for me and my partners?
  • How can I make sure that my children don’t get involved in porn?
  • I want my spouse to enjoy our sexual relationship without being attacked by negative feelings about pornography. How can we do this?
  • How can I prevent myself from being influenced by porn?
  • Our society has been rocked by the rise of the “sexually liberated woman”. Are you one of them?
  • I want to become more aware of my sexual desires and how to satisfy them safely. Can you help?
  • What is your opinion on online dating for adults? My wife and I are looking for a way to meet people. Do you think that online dating is a worthwhile option for us?
  • I want to promote a healthy adult perspective on sexual matters. Do you have any suggestions on how I can do this?

Whatever your reasons for wanting to start an email list, make sure that you do so for the right reasons. Once you have a small number of subscribers you can then go back and examine what attracted the initial group of people to your site. By understanding the reasons that drew them in you will be able to maintain their interest as you grow your list.

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