I have had a little bit of a case of writer’s block over here on this blog for several weeks, apologies.

And then more recently, the new CTP Teams has had me surfing more in the past couple of weeks than I have surfed in (literally and collectively) the past seven years.

By the way, the team I’m on, which is the awesome Lucky 13 team, was #1 for a while last night, woohoo. And I blogged over on our team blog today too.

I’ve also been really busybusybusy with Win 10 With Lynn, but in the best possible way. What started out as a little experimental project a few months ago has grown and evolved beyond my wildest expectations within a very short amount of time, and been lots and lots of fun.

One thing I did want to share here, as a bit of an aside, was a very interesting statistic I discovered recently while reviewing some stuff.

I do a fair amount of mucking around with safelists and viral mailers, usually spending a few hours several days a week on such stuff.

I know some folks don’t like to mess with them ‘cos it can get a little tedious trying to stay on top of them, but this e-book can be a real invaluable tool in helping you learn how to stay organized with it all, as well as lots of great tips on what to do with them and how to do it.

Anyway, not long ago I decided to sit down and review my trck.me stats on an e-mail series I had been promoting in the safelists and viral mailers and list builders for close to six months. I figured that was a good time period for such a review.

I also wanted to review the stats to see where I was getting subscribers and where I wasn’t, which is another good reason to review your stats once in a while.

There’s no point in wasting time with programs that aren’t getting you any subscribers or signups, and I had acquired quite a few new (to me) safelists and mailers I used over the last almost-year, and was at the point where I was ready to whittle down the list.

It’s also kind of like Christmas, ‘cos you never know what you may find when you sit down to review such things. Some place you thought was working may be getting you zero results, and thus be a total waste of your time.

On the other hand, you may find that places you had no idea were doing so well may be getting you consistent subscribers and signups – those are the programs you certainly want to keep actively using, or maybe spend money to upgrade in or on credits so you can use them even more than you already are. That’s a lot of the beauty in tracking your advertising and promotions.

So I sat down to review my results with this particular e-mail series. Several safelists and mailers I use were doing basically fine with it and I was satisfied with the results. And then there were a handful I wound up crossing off my list and basically putting in the “not going to use for the time being” pile, because they weren’t getting me any results while others were.

And then there was what turned out to be the clear-cut winner, and WAY ahead of all of the others. And no real surprise to me here – it was one of Darren Olander’s programs.

Really all of Darren’s programs had consistently been performing respectably well for me over that six month period, especially Adchiever and List Jumper.

But the clear winner in this particular round of result by far was Build My Downlines.

And by clear winner, I mean this: Build My Downlines got me SIX times as many subscribers as my next best performer.

I actually wound up with a lifetime top upgrade at Build My Downlines several years ago when it had grown kind of old and didn’t seem to be being used very much, and was rather in need of a site makeover. I had some so-so results from there back then, but it wasn’t anything really that stood out or was outstanding.

Since they did the major remodeling job and relaunched Build My Downlines last fall, though – wow. 6x the results of the next best performing program I use? Yeah, that’s outstanding.

And not only can you use Build My Downlines to email your promotions to its membership, but it is also a tool where you can literally build your downlines in any program or build your list by creating offers for people to do so. Or you can use it the opposite way and get paid to join websites yourself!

If you’re interested in taking your promotions to safelists and viral mailers and viral list builders and such, and are not already a member of Build My Downlines, then I can easily highly recommend you join and use it. Six times the good results of the next best performer is absolutely nothing to sneeze at!