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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.
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.
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?”
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.