Free Email Marketing Lists 


Social media is a great way to
keep in touch with your customers and generate new leads. Here are a
few ways you can use social media to build your email list without
opening your wallet.

1. Add a Call-to-Action
to Your Bio

Instead of using your
bio to say how much you love the beach, why not use it for a call to
action that will build your email list?

Here are some Instagram
examples, but you can do it using any social media platform. And
don’t worry, people will say you love the beach, based on the number
of posts you post about it.

CTA. Instagram bio with

Both accounts have a
fun dash of emoji that breaks up your keywords. Also, remember that
both use the word “free” in their calls to action.

2. Tweet with a CTA

Twitter allows users to
pin an important tweet to the top of their feed, which is a great
call to action opportunity. Pinned Tweets are the first tweets that
appear every time someone visits your profile page. So use the space
to your advantage when building your email list.

3. Create CTA Posts on

Yes, you can run
Instagram ads just like Facebook ads, but we’re talking about “free”
ones here.

These are a great
option if you are making a lot of lead magnets or content updates.

4. Create Facebook
Group for Subscribers Only

Exclusivity is a great
way to add to your list. By creating a Facebook group only for
verified followers, you are not only encouraging membership, but also
membership from people who are genuinely interested in your

Optinmonster facebook

In our Facebook group
we publish tips to help people achieve better results with
OptinMonster and get to know other OptinMonster users. There are
also fun contests and support for mentoring.

5. Pin Your CTA to

You can use a free
tool like Canva to create beautiful pin-worthy images with your call
to action and anchoring.

6. Use Instagram

Instagram stories are
great for engagement. If you have a business account with 10,000 or
more followers, you can include links in your stories, which visitors
can access by swiping up on the picture or video.

7. Create Original


No matter what industry
you are in, creating high quality original content will get people
excited about your brand. In addition, your site’s content can be
optimized for search engines to ensure that your site appears in
search engine results.

How to make a free
email marketing list:-

If you haven’t set up
other things before, you can’t create a mailing list. At a minimum,
these are the resources you should have before building your mailing

1. You need to
understand your audience

Who are you talking to?
Before you start building a mailing list, it’s helpful to find out
who these people are.

An ordinary person
should look like this. Fill in the gaps with what you know about
your target audience.

That’s why building
character is so important. You need to know where your audience is.

First you have to find
people, and then they will give you their email address. Social
media is one of the most valuable places to find your audience. If
you can figure out where your target audience is on a social network,
it will make it easier for you to find their email addresses.

2. You must have a


Next, you need a place
where potential members of your list can meet.

Basically, you need a

Creating a website can
be a scary step, so let me explain to you how to make it as easy as

You don’t need a huge
website to build a mailing list. All you really need is a landing
page, a one page website with your email subscription form.

With one of these
services, you can create a beautiful landing page in minutes:

Most landing pages have
some important features, such as: B. A picture, a title and bullet

If you choose a service
like Leadpages, you can use one of the pre-built landing pages that
have proven to have such high conversion rates.

Your landing page
should have a subscription form. Members enter their email address
in the membership form.

Just a quick note on the
websites. If you choose to use a paid advertising channel such as
Google AdWords or Bing, you must ensure that your website complies
with all of their terms.

3. Use Email Marketing

To communicate with
your new mailing list, you need an email marketing platform.

There are many
platforms to choose from. With a service like Mailchimp, you can get
started easily and inexpensively.

Mailchimp Email :-

An email platform has a
very simple purpose: 1) organize your mailing list and 2) send email.

As your email marketing
grows you will be doing a lot with your email list like indexing,
drip campaigns etc. However, if you’re starting from scratch, focus
on finding a safe and legitimate way to collect those addresses.

4. You need an
attractive offer

Whatever you offer,
sell, create, create, or request, people need a reason to join your

Think about it. If you
come across a landing page that asks for your email address, you
don’t want to do it unless you get something in return.

What does your target group
want? Many times, the best deals are your best resources, completely
free. You can give them access to your software, a report, an
e-book, or anything else that adds real value.


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6 thoughts on “3) Free Email Marketing Lists-Social media is a great

  1. I don’t see the Instagram examples, so not sure if the code didn’t work or something, but this article has great content. I will definitely choose some Twitter posts to pin, as I haven’t done this yet. I do have a Facebook group for my followers and I do try to create attractive pins for Pinterest. Do you think Instagram is worth getting into? I’ve seen other say they get the least amount of traffic from Insta. 

    1. I didn’t practice much on Instagram either.

      But I have a mentor who insists a lot on Instagram.

      I need to work harder on that.

      Thank you very much for what you shared.



  2. Yeah, I couldn’t agree more. At the end of the day, it is all about adding value. Because that’s what people are after. If they feel that you will add value or that you’re all about adding value, then I feel it’s so much easier to create a good mailing list. I appreciate that suggestion on the Mailchimp. 🙂

    Also, I loved those tips on adding the CTAs to tweets, Instagram, and even Pinterest. How did I not think about that? And a call to action button to the bio also feels really good. 

    What would you say is the ratio that CTAs should be added? I don’t add them on every social media post? Or do I? What have you personally found to work the best? 🙂

    1. Thanks a lot for the comment.

      It is obvious that you have experience, which makes me very happy.

      He urges me to study more.



  3. Great article, very informative. The only social media platform I currently use is Facebook. I would love more information on how to utilize facebook for my website. I’m a complete newbie to all of this and need all the help I can get. Which platform do you find is the most efficient? 

    1. Thanks a lot for the comment.

      I think the order is:

      1) Facebook;

      2) Twitter;

      3) Pinterest.

      That’s how I received them. And Instagram, but I practiced less.

      The essence is to make a completely automated habit of publishing our articles on these platforms.



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