Is it truly the case that every subscriber is worth $1?

What are your thoughts on the common saying that “subscribers generate about a dollar per month”? Do you agree that building a list for free behaves differently from a list that people buy from you and that the best way to monetize a buyers’ list is by building a relationship? What other strategies have you found to be successful in monetizing a list?

The common saying that “subscribers generate about a dollar per month” may not be universally true and can vary depending on factors such as the niche, the quality of the list, and how it is treated. Building a list for free may behave differently from a list that people buy from you, as those who join for free are typically looking for information and may be more responsive to traffic-selling offers. On the other hand, people who buy from you are more likely to be open to building a relationship. Monetizing a free list can be done through various strategies, including selling traffic and promoting CPA offers that are free. Building trust, delivering value, and nurturing the relationship are crucial in monetizing a buyers’ list. It is also important to have a guide, coach, or mentor to provide guidance and support. Overall, there can be multiple successful strategies for monetizing a list, and it is essential to adapt them to the specific niche and audience.

The saying that “subscribers generate about a dollar per month” may not be universally true. Building a list for free behaves differently from a list that people buy from you. People who join for free are typically looking for information, while those who buy from you can be more open to building a relationship. Monetizing a free list can be done by selling traffic or promoting CPA offers that are free. Monetizing a buyers’ list is best done by building a relationship, delivering value, and nurturing the relationship. Having a guide, coach, or mentor can be helpful in achieving success. It is important to adapt monetization strategies to the specific niche and audience.