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Fresh Off The Presses:
As you know, I love to talk about email marketing, making sales, creating easy yes offers, and all that juicy goodness. However, none of these strategies work unless you have people on your email list to actually send emails to. I know – captain obvious here. But if you’ve ever created an opt-in and people just aren’t signing up for it, it’s probably one of these 5 lead magnet mistakes.
Stuck on what to send in July to your list? Use these four email prompts to get a jump start on your email marketing this month.
We all know that writing emails can take a while but when you have a head start it makes it so much easier. Using these prompts can make sending emails to your list the most fun (and profitable) thing you do in your business! The good news is that none of these require that you create a blog post or sell a product.
Reaching the milestone of your first 10k month can seem difficult at best. Consistently reaching 10k months can feel almost impossible. The good news is that once you hit that first big milestone, the next one takes a quarter of the time. It’s a weird, exponential, hockey stick-shaped growth pattern but that’s how it works, almost every single time.
While some people have built their entire online empires by creating new offers every week, a lot of us are looking for a bit more space and freedom when it comes to making sales in our online business. These 5 steps can help you make more sales of products you already have.
Let’s write an interesting welcome series new subscribers love. Using proven welcome series email ideas, examples & subject lines. Along with a couple of free email campaign templates.
One of the things many email marketers struggle with is how often to email their list about paid products. So what’s the answer? Well, it kind of depends.
This is an open letter to my fellow white girls who are "listening" this week - pay the people you've been listening to. It's post (which was originally an Instagram post & email) dedicated to all my fellow kind hearted, "I want to change the...
With the changing dynamics of business that has more and more people taking their businesses online while balancing family life, home-schooling and general upheaval, a lot of people are finding they are shorter on time than ever before.
Whether you’re just starting out or you’re an old pro, sometimes we all question ourselves and wonder if we’re “good enough” or if we know enough about our topic to be emailing our audience. We let doubt creep in and ask ourselves, “who the crap am I to be sending that email?” or “What if these people have already heard this stuff a thousand times before?”
What are some things that you can focus on when you just literally can’t even? Regardless of what’s going on in the world, sometimes it’s all you can do to muster up the tiniest bit of energy.
Even if you don’t have anything for sale yet, you are selling your people on the fact that you’re awesome, that you are worth being in their inbox, you know what you’re talking about and … you’re going to sell the fact that you genuinely care about your people. I’m sharing my four-part framework that keeps my PayPal notifications popping, even while I’m on vacation at Disney, without feeling salesly or sleazy.
So you want to find the perfect topic for your masterclass but you have no idea what to talk about? We all know that live trainings are magical when it comes to establishing credibility and connecting with your people but how do you come up with that your audience is excited to show up for?
Single opt-in vs double opt-in: Which is better for your business? This is one of those questions that comes up time and again. Which is best? Single opt-in or double? There are different reasons for both and I’m going to break it down Barney-style so you can make the best decision for your business.
If you’ve ever wondered what to send after someone buys your product, I’ve got you covered. Once someone buys your product or service, it’s easy to forget to send them emails and stay in their inbox. The truth is, it’s a heck of a lot easier to keep people when you show them a little email love.
Wondering what to send your email list when you’re all out of creative juice? Even if you feel like you’re all out of good ideas to send your people, these 4 newsletters are insanely easy to create plus, your subscribers are going to love you for them.