Coreg : The Good, the Bad, and the Spammy - with Jayson Benoit
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Coreg : The Good, the Bad, and the Spammy – with Jayson Benoit

Episode 235

Every time you give out your email address you are putting trust into the person you’re giving it to…but that trust can be betrayed.

Jayson Benoit is on the show to talk about how some list builders are using coregistration in order to add your email address to multiple lists…and others are doing it the “right” way with his My Squeeze Page Builder.

Watch the show below: Duration: 18:43

Stuff mentioned in the show

My Squeeze Page Builder (affiliate)- Jayson’s squeeze page builder that also let’s you coregister email addresses

Jayson’s previous interview

Jayson’s blog

  • October 1, 2013
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Eric @ ShuckaBuck.com - October 1, 2013

wholy oto’s!

No thanks.

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    Mike From Maine - October 1, 2013

    Hi Eric,

    Yes, I agree that Jayson’s link is a bit heavy on exit pops.

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Jayson benoit - October 1, 2013

I removed all the exit pops. Did not notice there was so many….

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    Mike From Maine - October 1, 2013

    Thanks for that, Jayson. Exit pops are an effective part of Internet marketing, but I think we all get annoyed by them sometimes.

    Side note: I use them too 🙂

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John Shea - October 1, 2013

Jayson makes some great products, he’s also the reason I discovered Mike From Maine!

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    Mike From Maine - October 1, 2013

    John,

    That’s right…you heard about me through Jayson…love it!

    Reply
jesse - October 20, 2013

Hey real excited about this product, couple questions though. if you were to look at the code on the squeeze page would a savvy person be able to see that it was a coreg script?

does this software need to be on a domain or is it local software, if it’s local does it work on a mac?

Thanks in advance.

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    Jayson benoit - October 21, 2013

    1) would a savvy person be able to see that it was a coreg script?

    YES, that was the entire point about the interview and discussing about doing co-reg in a way where the user KNOWS they are being put on more then 1 email list.

    2) does this software need to be on a domain or is it local software

    It is hosted on my servers.

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