What is Email Autoresponder & How to use It [Infographic]

What is an Email Autoresponder

An email autoresponder is a computer program or service that can automatically answer e-mails sent to it and can also be used to deliver a series of emails to subscribers. Autoresponders can either be very simple or sometimes quite complex depending upon where and for what purpose it is used.

How to Set up an Email Autoresponder

There are five steps to set up email autoresponders –

  1. Set up an email list.
  2. Add your first email.
  3. Create your first message (welcome letter and campaign goals).
  4. Create further emails (sequence of emails based on your goals).
  5. Promote your email list.

What Not to do when Emailing your List

  • Do not email multiple times a day. It really pisses off people.
  • Do not share irrelevant content. There are high chances of people unsubscribing from your list if you do so.
  • Do not spam your emails with advertisements and affiliate links all over. Instead share some useful content which are educational and interesting.

What is Email Autoresponder and How to use it Infographic

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