If you aren’t resending your emails to the unopens you are missing out on one of the easiest and most readily available sources of traffic to your content. In today’s post, Mark Sieverkropp, my resident “Sender of Unopens” will share some tips and techniques we use to resend virtually EVERY email at least one time.
[guestpost]This is a guest post from one of my team members, Mark Sieverkropp. Mark has worked for me for almost 2 years and has managed several successful launches and manages many of our day to day operations, including managing the strategy he shares in this post.[/guestpost]
How many times have you opened up your inbox, seen an email that you wanted to read and told yourself that you’d go back and read it later when you had a little more time? You might even have “starred” or marked it as important.
This quote from Robert Cialdini in his book Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion sums up why deadlines are so effective:
“…people seem to be more motivated by the thought of losing something than by the thought of gaining something of equal value.”
For years, Breanne Dyck believed that she couldn’t sell to her email list. And her results proved her right. That is until she began to practice what she preached. She used the four techniques I’ll share with you today to send her most successful email ever.
Before writing this one email, Breanne was great at teaching others how to send effective emails. Her consulting company was thriving as she taught others how to sell to their lists.
But her own list was a different story. Breanne didn’t believe she could sell to them. So, she did what was easy, not what to was right.
For 37 years, I struggled with something. This struggle kept me from enjoying one of life’s simple pleasures…the frozen burrito. Until recently…
I finally discovered the RIGHT WAY to cook a frozen burrito and I just had to share it with you.
It took me a while to figure out just how powerful video is. I’m not sure why…fear of the camera, perceived lack of know-how, or my good, old-fashioned for writing. But, when I finally started doing more video recently, the results were amazing. Here’s what I learned:
You could call this Day 31 of my 30 Days of Q&A Series. I recently wrapped doing 30 videos in 30 days and I learned five things along the way, which I share in the video above.
What can the 2004 Boston Red Sox and a youth basketball coach teach you about success? They show how ignorance might just be your greatest asset. Watch this video to find out why.
Many newbies to affiliate marketing think that their inexperience and ignorance is a disadvantage. But I’m here to encourage you and show you how it could be your greatest asset.