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How to Use Stories to Sell Like Crazy In Your Email Marketing-Infographic

Whether you use stories from customer testimonials, your own company origin story, or parables, you can capture the imagination of your email subscribers by using story in your marketing. This will allow your emails will stand out from all the other messages in your subscriber’s inboxes. Here are ways Read more...

How to Build Credibility and Trust with Your Subscriber List-Infographic

There is a saying that goes people buy from those they know, like and trust. There are things that you do that unwittingly damage your credibility with your subscribers. There are at least 7 ways to build trust with your list, starting from the moment a new subscriber opts Read more...

How to Use Email Marketing to Sell Without Being Salesy-Infographic

Selling is just a simple process of saying that you have something to offer, tell your prospect what it can do for them and then tell them how to get it. There’s no need for dirty tricks or high pressure sales tactics when you’ve got a straightforward offer that Read more...

Let Your Subscribers Tell You What They Want-Infographic

When you have your subscriber’s attention, it is in that instance that you want to respond.  Because that is when you know what your subscriber is interested in due to the context of their action. Here are 7 strategies that leverage automated funnels that are triggered by subscriber actions.

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How to Standout from All the Other Affiliates with Your Email Marketing-Infographic

Consumers are looking for help in deciding what to buy because they don’t have time to personally check everything and they want opinions they can trust. There is a real niche for the affiliate email marketer who offers value over and above what the competition is doing. Read more...

HTML vs Text: Which is Best for Email-Infographic

Which is better: HTML or Text email? It really depends on your priorities. If you want to be able to track what your subscriber does, use HTML. If you want your emails to load faster, use text. You may already know the answer for your situation. Review the pros Read more...