There are lots of tasks to do when you are doing email marketing. None of them more important than doing email list cleaning. Removing inactive email addresses that never open your emails. So, here's your quick and simple instruction guide on Cleaning your email list using GetResponse
For those that want to read through on the subject, here's your quick guide to email pruning for GetResponse
The first step is to login to your GetResponse account and then head over to the top of the screen and click “Contacts” –> “Search Contacts”
From there you should have a screen that looks similar to the one below.
Now, the next step is to start searching for the contacts that have not opened any of your emails. This is done by doing a search on your campaigns (example below)
The only change from the above photo for you is to change the time period. I recommend you change it to 30 or 60 days (1 month / 2 months) that way you have a fresh list at all times.
When you've got your contacts who are not opening your emails all you do then is click the blue button that says “Show Contacts”.
This will take you to a new screen where you can edit those contacts. (see below)
Select the “Choose all” box at the top, then scroll to the bottom and select “action”, then “Move to Campaign” or Remove from Account / Remove from Campaign.
That is all that it takes to do this manually every 30 days to 60 days. Some marketers will say to do this twice a year. However, if you're are looking to optimize your list for buyers only – get those tire kickers off your list. This will make room for those that are actually interested in your product or service. Watch the video on how to do an email list cleaning. You'll want to rinse and repeat this process until GetResponse has an automated way to do this just like the more expensive services have such as infusionsoft.
More than likely you found this post because you have a subscription with GetResponse or you are looking for an autoresponder to use in your business. There are a few of them to use and currently I'm using GetResponse and have been using it for almost 5 years. There are others you can use such as Aweber, MailChimp, Drip, Infusionsoft, and many others. Those are the ones that just came to mind.
Both GetResponse and Aweber are probably the most popular autoresponders out in the marketplace. So the only precaution that I think you need to be aware of is that due to its popularity. You'll need to be extra careful about spamming. That means you need to be providing value based content in your emails. Also, there's some great tips and strategies that i share with my team to help you get better deliverability.
Hope this helps you get better conversions and sales ultimately.