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100 Email List Subscribers in Less Than 2 Months

Steven March 25, 2011 5 responses About Dukeo 3 views

As you may already know, Dukeo was launched on the day of my 30th birthday: January 29th, 2011, which is less than 2 months ago.

This post is just a quick note to let you know that I am pretty excited today. After waking up this morning, I went to Aweber to check the number of subscribers to dukeo’s mailing list.

Dukeo has already over 100 mailing list subscribers!

I knew it was going to get over 100 before the end of the week, but it happened even faster than expected, probably thanks to the visibility I gained through a post by Jonathan Volk on his blog yesterday.

It may seem like a small number to some of you, but as this blog was launched without any kind of leverage or connection, this is quite an achievement for me.

This is great news as it is giving me even more motivation to continue working toward my goal of reaching some success with this blog in less than 12 months by sharing my experiences, methods and struggles with you.

Thank you for giving me your trust!

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5 Comments Add one

  1. Affiliate Paying
    Affiliate Paying

    Congrats Steven, keep up the great work! :)

    1. Steven

      I sure will! Dukeo has been mentioned on 2 of the biggest blogs in the industry in 2 days… My motivation is through the roof thanks to Jonathan and Jeremy!

    2. Affiliate Paying
      Affiliate Paying

      Caricatures ROCK! :)

  2. Flash Games
    Flash Games

    Goog work Steven!

    I have no doubt you’re going to reach the success you deserve.

  3. Jony
    Jony

    I’m still struggling with about 20 subscribers to my list. Please share your methods!

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