You worked really hard in order to write such a big and interesting article. I’m wondering how many tools are there nowadays. As for me, I prefer promoting my business using social networks and Instagram. There’s a good tool that allows you to gain your targeted audience and has a lot of functions that allows to interact with followers automatically. All you have to do is to look after your page.
You don’t have to worry about Google or Facebook suddenly changing their algorithms, because once you have someone’s email you have the ability to communicate with them one on one. Even if all of Foundr’s search rankings and social media presence disappeared tomorrow, we’d still be able to promote our brand and our products to the thousands of people on our mailing list.

So true! It may happen fast or be like my project which has taken a year to get a solid picture of. I kept seeing glimpses and shadows, but couldn’t find the info. i needed to put the puzzle together. I have to say that Teaching Sells has been a real catalyst for bringing it about, even tho I am still pretty archaic tech-wise. It is coming, one step at a time.
The key here is to ask regularly rather than just once or twice. Most of your followers only see a fraction of your posts, and you should be getting new followers every day, so it makes sense to request subscriptions at regular intervals. If you can offer some sort of incentive or even just promise exclusive content within your emails, that helps too.