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The Best Safelists for April 2014

Author: Jerry Iannucci

Safelist marketing sucks!

Ok, now that I have gotten my annual April Fool’s joke out of the way… Hello! Welcome to April and a new month of what’s happening in the wonderful world of safelists, mailers, and viral list builders.

Apparently what isn’t an April Fool’s joke is today’s launch of 13 (yes, 13) new viral mailers as part of the Majestic-12 group (12 plus the main site). I’m still trying to wrap my head around launching 13 copies of the same site with different backgrounds. Maybe I am missing something?

The other big launch was about a week ago from Kenny Kolijn called Fast List Mailer. You may know Kenny from his other program BannerAdsThatPay which has been very successful. Fast List Mailer looks like a winner to me. It’s only a week old but as you can see in the stats below it is already performing better than most of my other mailers. Add that Kenny is going all-in on advertising to help grow the site makes Fast List Mailer a must join program this month.

List Adventure is now owned by the List Bonus guys. I think this is the second time List Adventure has gotten new owners and yet it is still one of my best performing mailers.  Go figure.

List Hoopla suffered a major crash last month.  It’s back up but unfortuately everyone lost their downlines which is definitely a bummer.

And now the stats…

I have started weeding out a lot of the safelists that haven’t been bringing me much success. I’m down to about 40 that I am actively using on a daily basis. I use these sites to promote my own Mister Safelist (which is why it’s not included in the stats) and keep track of which mailers bring me the most sign-ups. I am upgraded at most of the mailers I use and spend time every day clicking for credits to reach as many people as possible as often as possible. Your results may vary.

Hits Unique Signups Ratio
Build My Downlines 2882 64.00% 6 0.21%
List Adventure 2398 51.00% 6 0.25%
Elite Safelist 1856 50.00% 6 0.32%
Puffin Mailer 2043 47.00% 5 0.24%
Bweeble 1835 65.00% 5 0.27%
Bakery Mailer 2482 44.00% 5 0.20%
Fast List Mailer 581 68.00% 5 0.86%
Traffic Zip 1503 56.00% 4 0.27%
Email Traffic List 1604 61.00% 4 0.25%
Max Mailer Pro 2128 47.00% 4 0.19%

Total March 2014 sign-ups: 92

As usual these stats are the results of my own marketing efforts and are only provided to show what is currently working best for me.  What works best for you might be something entirely different which is why it is so important to track your own stats. You can get the same tracking service I use at trck.me.

 

 

 

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5 Responses so far to "The Best Safelists for April 2014"

  1. 1 Brian Zens
    April 1st, 2014 at 10:20 pm  

    That’s awesome Jerry, glad to see Listadventure hanging in there :)
    This time last year we got a huge boost
    broke 15k members in just a week after the relaunch. Just to clear something up, Listadventure never really lost the original owner, just gained too new owners :) I am still this horse’s “trainer” so to speak. Can’t believe it’s been two years since then. Great work Jerry, Love the blog!

  2. 2 mark wieneke
    April 1st, 2014 at 10:59 pm  

    Hi Jerry,
    Good list, I get good results from all your listed mailers too. Mister Safelist
    would be up there as well

  3. 3 Jerry Iannucci
    April 2nd, 2014 at 1:27 am  

    That’s great! I’m looking forward to seeing List Adventure continue to grow!

  4. 4 Barbara DelGiudice
    April 3rd, 2014 at 2:53 am  

    Hi Jerry thanks for the great post! Good info. I am looking at all the top safelists here. Looks like I should use Build My Downlines.

  5. 5 Kenny Kolijn
    April 3rd, 2014 at 12:50 pm  

    Awesome to see that our members are getting results. Keep up the good work everyone!

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