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eMail Hell And How To Fix Your One Trick Pony

TrafficZion Center eMail Communications Project

How To Manage Your Email Using "ThunderBird"

Have you ever contacted a product developer, maybe a YouTube influencer, your best friend, another blogger. The funny thing is, it can take days for these folks to get back to you. Now, we pondered this problem for a long time, because we were literally faced with the same problem. Having fewer email accounts does not help, my friend. Logging in one account, logging out another can not only be a pain, but your productivity can come to a screeching halt.

Customers are getting smarter. Yes, sir. Most customers check YouTube to determine if the product they are interested in, has a review. Understand, this is natural. The information is there, why not check before you buy. Now, what is truly interesting here also, is that most reviews on YouTube come with a terrible pickle. Buyers are looking for the best bang for their but and the affiliate marketers are doing just that. Providing those folks who want the tiny additional products that suppose to make the big purchase well worth buying from them. Hey, there is nothing wrong with that.

However, for the serious folks that buy product that are suppose to do this, or are suppose to do that, find them selves stuck with the product. So, they whisk off an email message for support, low and behold- a big fat, slow and sometimes awesome surprise you can gladly call email hell. Now, I could have called this report, eMail Hell And How To Fix Your One Trick Pony. As a matter of fact, that is exactly what my sub head will read, leaving my current sub head as the third in a series of titles. I am sure Google is going to like that crap I am pulling. Don’t you agree.

Listen, Paul. Yes, Paul. The guy that emailed me a question. I don’t like what you said. Sure, its the truth, but I am not liking you right now. Paul, is my best friend and he tells it like it is. It hurts my feelings, but sometimes I gotta get some truth, while other people lie to me, and to you.

My team recently released a new product. It’s free. It’s a syndication product. OK, pardon me if I get off the subject, but this is important. Suppose you are a noob and you need to really put your plans into action. No one knows you, understands you, or want to work with you. Content is king, so I am told. But, as a noob, you have not learned the ropes. You have dabbled here and there. You have the best Free Traffic Generator working, and your “Digital Employee” is doing what it is told to do. Now, its time to put up or shut up.

First the noob, tries writing everyday, uploading, submitting and all that good stuff. And finally, the noob get tired. Yep. Here goes. The mule get tired, and my uncle gets tired and my mama gets tired and my girlfriend leaves me and my wife gets tired and the kids get tired and let not forget, its a family unit. Left out the dog.

With support that big, who would have thought- blogging was not just a job that makes you tired, but it makes you crazy. Yes, crazy. Ok, back to the noob’s solution. The noob has two, maybe three choices and of course- I am going to leave one choice out. The noob and either hire someone to write for him, or write the blogs himself. Nothing wrong here, just the two choices. The solution is syndication. Now, here is something that everyone who buys TrafficZion should know. TrafficZion does not make you money? Yes, I put it out there because people are under the impression that, once I install this software, I am going to get rich. Far from it. What your “Digital Employee” is doing for you, your brand and your website is sending opportunity traffic to a link, in your behalf.

Now, comes the big part, the relationship developed when HUMANS see your website, your blog, your video and the value there, is where the magic happens. Humans are going to like your stuff, and when they do- take the time to find more about them and that is why syndication was created. Like TrafficZion, syndication for a noob or even someone experienced, gives them a break from writing and posting. There are major benefits to syndication for both parties and that my friend is how an opening is made, and how you make your first sales. Does that make sense? So, here we have is a problem, a solution and a relationship. I am sure everyone has heard of guest blogging.

Getting a noob in front of an already established brand. Now, try guest blogging. Yep, trying emailing a “Giant” in the space you are interested in spreading your message. Tell us, just how many times will you be rejected. Guest blogging is more one sided, don’t you agree? Food for thought my friend.

Now, after getting established and organized, you have one of the biggest problems on your hand and its called email. The solution is, something called “Thunderbird”. Thunderbird is an email client. Of couse, and yes- it is free. The product come in Windows flavors and Ubuntu or Linux. Unlike the other clients out there, this one is not going to cost you an arm or leg, foot or toe.

Like everyone else, who works hard at accessing this account or that account, taking time to figure this stuff called business can be difficult. But one thing that I have learned, using “Thunderbird”, is that I do not have to log into various accounts. With just a few clicks, you will have access to all of you cpanel email accounts, gmail and what other account out there and lets not forget our phones. Yes, we can communicate everywhere, but as stated before- one place, to access them all.

The other day, I checked my email account and discovered there were over 40,000 emails. My phone is not the best client/machine to address email folks. Any noob, should know this. But what is truly nice about “ThunderBird” is the nice customization, thoughtful replies and such that I can try my hand at.

Folks, get “ThunderBird”, the client that is going to save your sanity.

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