Not Sure How To Turn Your Email List Into Clicks?
Today, I wanted to talk about how to insert a simple call to action within your marketing emails.
This is super easy to do, I bet you that it's much easier than you think.
There are actually a few different ways you can do this, but I want to show you my absolute favorite way.
First, it's important that your emails contain valuable content, otherwise, what's the point of your email newsletter to begin with.
Because if you don’t provide value, then your end users won’t stay subscribed for very long, right? So try to make your emails awesome!
But then, after you include the value, it's super easy to add a clever call to action promoting one of your offers, or even an affiliate offer.
It's as simple as adding a tiny "PS" at the end of your emails and including a call to action.
Let me give you the perfect example in a strange niche. Maybe the "baked cookies" niche.
So, let's pretend you're writing an email that teaches your audience how to make baked cookies.
The first part of the email could be a pure tutorial, where you talk about all the things your audience needs to do to make the perfect baked cookie.
You could talk about how to create the perfect cookie dough, the perfect temperature for baking cookies, or maybe even how to decorate the perfect holiday cookie.
And then, towards the end of the email, you could then include a clever call to action like this:
"By the way, if you want to learn more insider secrets on how to make the perfect cookie, then click here to register to my upcoming cookie webinar where you’ll learn the process in much better detail".
Or, you could easily promote any cookie-related offer at the end of your email.
I honestly believe that the most important thing is delivering value, and the second most important thing is offering a congruent call to action.
That way, your emails are going to be stuffed with high quality value, and, you can easily promote absolutely anything you want at the end of the email.
Now, remember that there are a million different ways that you can write an email newsletter.
This is just my own personal style, and I think it's a great way to run a powerful email newsletter.
The main advantage of this style, is that you're providing massive value to your email subscribers, which to me, is the single most important thing.
That way, your subscribers will be more likely to APPRECIATE your email content, and if they want to learn more about your offer, then they can easily click your call to action to learn more.
And, even if they DO NOT want to learn more about your offer, at the very least, they hopefully found value in your email, and will hopefully stay subscribed over the long-haul.
This is my humble two cents, and I'm confident that this is a really cool email marketing strategy overall.
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Having an email list, and an email newsletter is one of the most powerful things.
But, I've noticed that so many people just aren't sure how to insert a call to action within their emails!
The best advice I can give you, is to write awesome content that your end users appreciate.
Then, at the end of the email, add a simple call to action promoting whatever it is that you want.
This way, even if your end users aren't interested in your offer, at the very least, they will hopefully appreciate your content, which counts for something!
If you ever have any questions, or simply want to brainstorm, then please never hesitate to contact me.
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Until then, stay awesome, and please have an amazing day.
Cordially and humbly yours...