9 thoughts to “Plus 1 Mondays Podcast – List Building with Tim Linden”

  1. I don’t need to know WHY, but HOW without any list. You mentioned buy it with $20. but WHERE? HOW do you know what you pay for is my dem, psyco graphic.
    I don’t know where these websites are?

  2. I finally listened to a podcast! So glad I did. Outstanding content.

    The fear factor is indeed a major hurtle to overcome. I have also dealt with that as an ESL (English as a Second Language) teacher. I used to think I was simply not good enough in comparison to the other ESL teachers out there because my teaching style is so much more laid back and different, I hate grammar, I hate tests and my spelling is horrible! But once I started getting repeat students and such wonderful comments from my Business English students I figured I must be doing something right and started “doing me.” I still worry a bit sometimes about if my teaching is giving value to my students, but I do more evaluating and adjusting than I do worrying.

    TimTech has taught me to do the same as far as my marketing is concerned. I invest money when I have it on the valuable tools that I need to succeed. I sometimes purchase things that I have no idea what I’m going to do with it once I have it (like badges, XP, etc.), but I know that having it is better than not having it.

    Then along came List Viral. I have been trying my hand at list building for quite some time now and have not done very well – until now. At first (when List Viral launched) I didn’t have the cash to invest, but was very fortunate that there was a good deal happening when I did have the money and I jumped right on it. I was initially a bit skeptical, but once I saw my lists – yes I said LISTS start building I could hardly believe it. I am still not where I want to be, but now I am closer than I ever have been.

    Thank you guys so much for focusing on list building. Please keep the good stuff coming! I would also like to give a big thank you to Jon for always telling us to not give up. I can honestly say that that is the very reason why I am still at it.

    Great podcast guys!

    1. Awesome man, thanks for this great comment. And glad you share our vision with the focus on list building as well!!

  3. Hello,
    I have 5 follow-up emails in Rocket Responder. I see nothing happening. I really need to know how this tool works.
    I have followed the instructions for this tool to this point. What am I doing wrong?

    Barbara Erickson

  4. Hi guys 🙂 I have a question or two! I would like to know why ppl with no ppl in their list have to pay the same amount of money as one with 5000-50000 people on the lists? You simplified it?! yes but for who?! 😉 …and why free month starts before we even confirm our email!? I didn’t confirm my email just because I didn’t have enough money to follow up my plan, acton. I wanted to start on my own time but my free month has already expired :/ I would already use RR but I can’t afford $20 for months until I would have someone actually on my list to send email to. btw I think you attract wrong kind of ppl but that’s whole another subject. ..because its too fun ppl dont take it seriously -they “do it” just for fun… 🙂

    1. There’s a reason why you will be hard pressed to find a ‘free’ auto responder. You get what you pay for, that being said…Rocket Responder is about as affordable as they get. Some of these other companies start at 20 a month and scale up, where some folks are spending thousands a month on their email services.

      And for good reason.

      It’s that important. And a quality auto responder makes sure, your emails get delivered. And that costs a lot of money to stay compliant. That’s why it’s 20 bucks 🙂 which again, is beyond affordable in the industry.

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