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- 1 1. The Goal with Emailing in Nigeria
- 2 2. Main Types of Email Marketing In Nigeria
- 3 3. Recommended Structure & Frequency
- 4 4. How to Connect AutoResponder to Opt-In Pages
- 5 5. Brainstorming Your Email Sequences
- 6 6. Broadcasting Emails
- 7 7. Increasing Email Deliverability (or. Open Rates-)
- 8 8. Key Takeaways & Action Steps
1. The Goal with Emailing in Nigeria
Alright, welcome to the emailing section, we’re going to talk about a problem that we see in a lot of emails, it’s a pretty widespread practice, and you’ve probably seen it so much so many people’s emails go to the spam folder.
Emails going to the spam folder is perhaps just one of the biggest problems that we’ve seen in the email marketing industry.
So that’s the main issue. The good news is if you can avoid this issue, you can make a ton of money with email.
Imagine if all the emails you send go to the person’s primary inbox.
So obviously you guys are familiar with probably Gmail. I bet a lot of you are Gmail users. However, I still use Yahoo for my email, and people use AOL and stuff, but Gmail is ubiquitous these days. For people to have, I believe over 50 or 60% of everyone nowadays uses Gmail.
Particularly in Gmail, it’s effortless to get the emails to go to the primary inbox, and Yahoo and AOL, it’s not very strict. And a lot of times, what determines whether you go into the spam folder or not, it has less to do with your email content than you might think .it’s more related to the platform you use for sending.
So for example, there was a TIME where AWeber went like six or seven months not being able to send emails to the inbox,
Back then, I was big into a Weber, and we still do a little bit of mailing through AWeber now, but um, back then, AWeber was just great because they were a little bit more affiliate friendly than they were now.
They still allow affiliate marketing now, but it’s just like, they only been a little wishy-washy in the sense of whether they like it or not.
But back in the day, it was like Aweber was the place to be, but there was still a period when the emails started going to spam.
And I was like, that’s so weird because I’m sending the same type of emails. I haven’t changed. My “From Name,” my sending domain is still the same. I’m like; there’s no reason for these things to be going to spam. And this was a big hit for us because
It had nothing to do with us.
It had nothing to do with our content;
it had nothing to do with our subject lines.
“From Name” subscribers, quality of our list; it was like for this six or eight-month period of time.
So as a result of that,
My team and I started learning more about “Emailing.”
What we learned was that the emailing has Very much to do with the provider, it didn’t have so much to do with your email content, which is funny because a lot of people think that Oh, the emails are going to spam because I’m using some words and the emails that shouldn’t be there.
And what we learned was it was so heavily dependent on the providers. Thankfully, the providers are very accommodating, I believe.
What we did was we just moved over, we started sending through an email service provider called GetResponse, we started sending little by little because we had a massive email list right?
You have to get them into the primary inbox. So, we’re going to be teaching how to do that and what we discovered first and foremost through the AWeber situation, and by the way, AWeber corrected it.
Self so like mysteriously like seven months later, AWeber started crushing it again on getting the emails to the premier inbox.
I signed up for different services. And what happened was, I just talked to the services and explained my situation and lo and behold, it’s like I just moved my email list over to a different provider.
I want You guys to understand that if you do not see good results in your email, like a lot of people, if a lot of people aren’t opening and stuff, you might want to try a different service because that’s the primary thing that that I’ve seen to be the issue.
Right now, GetResponse and AWeber are good.
It’s not going to convenient us to be teaching you how to send emails through all of these services right because that would be just very overwhelming.
If you’re going through the Tutorial, here’s how you send an email through GetResponse.
We’re going to show you how to broadcast emails through GetResponse just because it’s only natural.
First is I want you to do stuff to the email that would encourage someone to open.
A good subject line for a first email can be something like, “Thanks for visiting our site.”
“Here’s the info you requested”
I’ve seen that subject line or subject lines like that. Get as high as 40% or 20%. Open on the first email.
If you feel like you’ve tried everything that you can, and you’re not getting at least 10 to 20% opening your first email in your series
Then The best practice for you to do is to try to do the same thing with another service.
Assuming you’re getting your leads off of Facebook and you’re generating your “LEAD,” a target number to look for is going to be if you’re taking notes, write this down 10 to 20%, opening that first email.
If that’s not quite happening, adjust your subject line, try to do more catchy subject lines.
Some other examples would be: “waiting for your response.”
BODY: I was waiting for your response. I saw you, you subscribe to our car loan newsletter, and we have these options for you here.
So that’s my tips on getting the emails to go into the primary inbox going to be to number one, make sure your subject lines are very
2. Main Types of Email Marketing In Nigeria
Okay, in this module, we’re going to cover a few things, two types of emails that you can send.
Number one, there’s value emails, we talked in the last module, how the first email should really get opened at a very high percentage rate. And we’re defining that a minimum of 10 to 20%. Opening of that first email.
Again, it hasn’t been that out of the blue to get as high as 20 to 40% of your subscribers opening and the first email, is that going to happen on every single email thereafter? Probably not in the series, but that first email should get at least 10 to 20% open rate, and when you’re sending these emails, it’s very clear.
All of the email providers will be able to give you some kind of analytics and stats on your emails, your open rates and, and these emails are automated. When I say send an email, it’s more like you’re queuing them up, and they’re going to get sent on autopilot in a series.
So the value emails are the first emails in the series. And the purpose of these emails is to get the person just to open up and they can be kind of transactional. Let’s say they sign up for information about colleges, you can you can make it transactional, so perhaps the subject line is like,
” school info is ready here.”
Okay. That’s the type of subject line that would easily get like 25% of these people to open it up, right? They just signed up for school information or a school offers from your Facebook ads, you did collect an email along the way.
And you are going to be sending an email. So maybe the first email doesn’t have any offer. Maybe it’s just text and it uses some kind of subject line that’s very transactional,
“like your school information is ready”.
I mean, if you signed up for a school-related thing, and you instantly got that email, would you not open it up too?
So think about that: what would you open? This email should benefit the user in some ways so that they are inclined to open another email.
So maybe it can be transactional? Again, when I say transactional, it’s like, you might not be transacting something, but it can.
It can be it can act transactional. Let’s say you’re promoting something about schools. The first email the subject line can be something like “your school info is ready.”
And then the body could be something like
“Hi, we saw you subscribed and are looking for some school information. Stay tuned, we’re gathering some information. For you, and we’ll send it your way as soon as possible. Stay tuned, thanks.”
And this paves the way for you to send additional emails. And again, it helps you to get into the person’s inbox because you’re at least getting an email to get opened, kind of that whitelist.
That’s important. So don’t promote any offers in these value emails.
They’re not even trying to make money, it’s more to just get them warmed up to your newsletter in a sense.
A format for the value emails is you can talk about the problem that they are facing, and a solution.
And you can indicate what’s coming next in future emails.
So here’s an example. Let’s say we’re doing solar panels.
Subject line “can solar panel save you 1000 a year”, I would do something a little more aggressive for the subject line, I would do something again, transactional like
“solar panel info prepared.”
That would be a more aggressive subject line. Could you see how someone would open that at a higher rate?
So if we’re to compare two subject lines, the first is “can solar panels save you 1000 a year?”
. And then the other subject line is “your solar panel info is waiting”
You can see that that one it’s more aggressive, it’s like it has more curiosity. And it’s going to get more people to open.
Can solar panels save you 1000s a year? Obviously it’s fine, but it’s in my experience.
I’m just comparing the two it would probably get a little fewer people to open.
So when you’re writing these emails, when it comes to subject lines, and writing a good subject line, the point of the subject line is to get someone to open your email.
Because think about it when you receive an email, you don’t know what’s in it. The only thing you see is the subject line and the subject line determines whether they’re going to open the email.
And if you follow some other marketers like Frank Kern and Ryan Deiss.
I’ll actually give you a little bit of a tip here.
So if you go to Google.com and type in Ryan Deiss’s best subject lines. Ryan Deiss has like a list, like 200 of his top subject lines that he’s used and when I was first starting, I found this kind of helpful because some of the subject lines are out of the blue.
I know that one of Frank Kern’s best subject lines is just: hey, or dude or something. It’s just something kind of out of the blue. But the point is the subject lines can have curiosity aspects.
And I have a subject line that’s been performing really well. And it doesn’t really matter what niche it is. The subject line, if you want to write it down is “awaiting your response.”
And that’s it. I’m telling you, it gets such a high open-rate because it’s like the people have to open it.
There’s so much curiosity and especially if it’s one of the first couple emails you send, they opt-in, let’s say they subscribe to your education funnel, and they immediately get this email:
“Awaiting your response.” I’m telling you that that’s the type of email that can get that sky-high. The 30-40% 20% open rate, and you don’t want to abuse it. Obviously, if you’re like “awaiting your response” all your emails are following this kind of trend.
It can get old but that I’m telling you that subject line alone, I think has been one of my strongest ones lately. And again, the purpose of the value email.
the purpose of this first email in your email series is to it’s to warm up your email list, because there’s a risk if you just start hammering your email list with offers, and you don’t have good engagement and you haven’t gotten them opening, at first kind of strong, you could actually be using a really good email provider like GetResponse or AWeber
And there’s still a risk that your emails can start going to the spam folder.
It’s because that’s viewed as kind of spamming if you if you’re building an email list and just immediately you’re just like hammering them with offers.
one email two emails a day or something and you’re just hammering them. There’s a risk that that kind of behavior could get these emails to go to the spam box.
So what we’ve discovered is this system works really well you send some value emails at first and these value emails, they’re not intended to make you money at first, they’re more intended to get people engaging.
Because we noticed with Gmail, that if we can get people to engage and open especially the first couple of emails, it really is like a white list.
Gmail is going to favor your emails and put them into that person’s inbox, as opposed to their spam box.
So the value email should have the number one compelling subject line. It should have Have a perhaps transactional like a subject line or a curiosity subject line, just something that is going to get a high open-rate.
And you can even test this. You, you’ll see your stats when you start sending emails and in GetResponse or AWeber.
Whatever system you go with, we’re going to be teaching again, GetResponse in this guide just because it’s too time-consuming for me to be teaching five email providers at the same time because they’re all very similar.
They all do the same thing. But you’ll be able to see in your ESP.
ESP stands for email sending provider you’re going to be able to see in your ESP, how many people are opening and you can actually see like,
hey, when I send this email with this subject line, I get like 10% open, but if I send this email number two with This subject line, I get like 25% to open,
and you’ll be able to get an idea over time of just what tends to do well, and what tends to do better.
So this is kind of the structure we’re giving you for a value email. So we want a compelling subject line transactional like, again, there’s not really a transaction going on in this transactional like,
For example; your “information prepared here” is an example of curiosity.
One could be “awaiting your response”
“Hey, thanks for visiting our site”
Here’s a structure for
the body of this email. It doesn’t matter too much. But you can start off with a problem, a solution just what’s coming next.
And I want you guys to understand. You don’t have to overthink this. I think that if there was going to be one mistake going through this guide, it would be the mistake of trying to overthink the email part.
Think about it if if your people if you’re running a campaign for car insurance, and then you’re sending car insurance emails on the back end, you don’t have to really have the perfect email because they signed up for auto insurance and if you’re sending them car stuff to their email, they’re probably going to open it and then for the most part, they’re probably going to click your your links.
And what I recommend, similar to my recommendation before is go to Google and type in” writing emails call to actions this is how I learned email marketing
So there are two methods. The first method is you can send them directly from the email to your offer, you essentially just put your affiliate link in.
And we like that method, it earns a lot of money.
Method number two is you can put a little bit of a lander in between.
So in method number two, they would click your email link, they would then go to your presale page, your lander on your domain, and then they would go to your offer.
So method two is you had they click on your email link, they go to your landing page, your presale page that then goes to the offer method one earns a lot of money.
And we’ve done method one for a while what My team and I do right now is we use a little bit of a combination between methods one and two.
So you learn the difference between the value email and the offer email. And what’s next is we’re going to talk about how many emails to send how frequent and we’re going to just keep diving into this email topic.
3. Recommended Structure & Frequency
Okay, now that you guys have a good understanding of the potential of what email can do, and a lot of insight into the general concept, let’s dive into the details.
So here are some recommended structure and frequency to your emails, how many do you send?
So how many emails and how frequent
we recommend setting up a basic automation series in your email sending provider that at the very minimum, just send one email daily for 10 days.
Now, this is just the basics because what you’re going to end up doing is you’re going to earn the most income when you have this structure setup. And you’re sending some broadcast messages as well.
So what really earns a lot of income is when you have an automation setup. So let’s say you have a 10-day autoresponder set up.
And then you’re also sending broadcast emails a few times a week to the list as well, the broadcast emails, like I said in the previous chapter are the one-off emails where you just send it to the entire email list at the same time.
So the income really multiplies when you have both working at the same time.
So you have the automation set up for 10 days, 10 days is fine. If you want to get more aggressive with it, you can extend it to like 20 or 30 days as possible, but 10 days is fine if you’re sending broadcast too.
Because you don’t want it to be an overkill. You don’t want it to be like 30 days of automation and then you’re broadcasting multiple times a week do it, it ends up just being a lot of messages.
So a basic recommended structure here is going to be a 10-day workflow. A 10 day automation autoresponder series that is kind of the core of it.
So the leads, go through it on autopilot, the 10 messages and then on top of that you can email blast, broadcasts your leads a few times a week for kind of extra gravy and some extra icing on the cake in terms of email income.
So let’s dive into it. What should these emails contain and here’s a recommended structure?
We talked about it in the last email but the first couple emails should be to secure the inbox placement and we recommend having a subject line that’s very catchy like this subject line was good
“attention regarding your electric bill.”
So if someone were to opt-in for solar panels or energy savings, this is definitely a subject line that would get a very high amount of opens. And that’s the intention.
Now we need to cover a few things never make anything misleading in what you do, whether it’s emails or ads, because it’s just first of all not right, but it’s also not legal.
I know that there are some marketers out there that, take it too far. So they might use subject lines like your electric bill just got lowered $100 or something.
That’s, that’s an example of taking it too far. So you need to have a good and catchy subject line, but you have to make it so you’re not misleading people and you’re not using false claims.
So you have to be aggressive, but compliant, and that’s very important.
You don’t want to run into any issues and you obviously don’t want to be misleading your leads or anything.
Just as I mentioned in the last section, it boils down to trial and error, you’re going to start sending these emails and you’re just going to notice,
hey, when I use this subject line, I get a 15% open, but when I use this one, I get like 30% open and when I use this one, I only get 8% open so what you do is you learn from experience, you learn from trial and error, and you start to figure out by testing What does good and what does bad.
So the first email we recommend is a value email. It doesn’t even have to have too much length to it as we described in the last email.
And generally, in the first email, we don’t even include a link at all.
And so that’s the recommended structure here of these emails. And we recommend definitely mixing up those offers.
And we recommend sending different offers and having a handful of them. So remember, this is just a recommended structure, make sure you’re testing and make sure you’re improving your series over time and in email marketing, there’s actually no there’s no right or there’s no wrong answer.
It’s what is working best for you. So it really boils down to testing, but we’ve given this good recommended structure here. For you to get started with. So go ahead and take action.
4. How to Connect AutoResponder to Opt-In Pages
In this chapter, we’re going to get show how to register for GetResponse and connect your landing pages to your email service.
I made a video that works you through it in less than 2 minutes.
Remember to grab your email API as shown in the pic below.
Use it to connect with Your page builder such as “Elementor, thrive architect or Instabuilder 2.0.”
There you have it. You can contact me if you need my Page builder plugins.
5. Brainstorming Your Email Sequences
In this section, I’m going to discuss brainstorming your email campaign.
Now, in front of you is an excel sheet, you’re looking at an Excel sheet. The reason we have this here is that you do need to plan out your email campaigns.
Now whether your email campaigns are planned out in a fancy excel sheet, or they’re planned out on a piece of paper.
I don’t think the format really matters, but you do need to plan out your email campaigns. So let’s talk about brainstorming the email campaigns. The first thing that you need to brainstorm is, what type of emails you’re going to be sending.
Are you going to be sending valuable emails for the first two days and then go into offers? And that’s what we recommend is at least on day one And to send some kind of email that has value.
And perhaps it doesn’t even pitch. I think it’s always strong to have the first email.
That’s kind of like a welcome email that doesn’t even Pitch Anything. It’s just kind of welcome.
And then maybe 12 hours or 24 hours later, you can send them something with a pitch again, I want to emphasize that email marketing is not about cookie-cutter formulas, but this is a formula that works here.
So sending a value for two days and then segmenting into offers and having an autoresponder that’s about 10 messages long, can earn substantial income if it’s set up properly.
So step one is brainstorm what type of emails are going to be sent out whether they are valued or offers and in what order and step two, I would brainstorm what offers you’re going to send.
So for example, if you’re going to be sending offers on days three through 10 Well, you got to sit down and think Okay, what else Am I going to send on day three, what offer I’m going to send on day four, etc.
So, this is the brainstorming that’s necessary, you got to think about what types of offers what those offers are going to be, you actually want to write your subject lines out in advance, and you want to write your email bodies out, in advance.
6. Broadcasting Emails
In this chapter, we discuss how to broadcast emails. And in the previous chapter, I showed you how to set up automated emails using the autoresponder sequences.
In this section, I’m going to teach you how to broadcast and the benefit of broadcasting is, it’s just kind of icing on the cake.
It’s increased income because the bigger your email list gets, the more lucrative these broadcasts can be.
At first, your list might be a few hundred leads, but then as it turns into a few thousand leads, you’re going to see that these broadcasts are going to start earning incrementally more and more income, the larger your list grows over time.
6.1. Broadcasting Emails using Getresponse email marketing in Nigeria
- So here’s how you do a broadcast message. you’re logged into your GetResponse account, and you simply click on email marketing.
- And then instead of clicking autoresponders remember we set up some auto responders in the last video and you can see those responders here.
- So instead of clicking autoresponders click on newsletters are your way to blast the whole entire list. So when we’re talking about newsletters or broadcasting, it’s specifically blasting the entire email list. And it’s just it’s doing a one-off kind of blast. So let me show you how to do it is very similar to the other video.
- You but you click on newsletters, and then you go to create a newsletter. And it’s going to lead you through the drag and drop editor. Is going to be the best for you because this is easier than HTML editor.
- so the next step here is your message names similar to the previous video is just for you to see so broadcast number one or something.
Click play on the video to see the step by step section on broadcasting to your list using Getresponse email marketing in Nigeria
Now you can pretty much just go to next step after you’ve put in your subject line. And similar to the newsletters, or the autoresponders. That is, it’s the same type of thing. It leads you through the same. It leads you through the same editor.
So what I would do is I would just start from scratch, you can do these fancy designs, but what I’ve found is just the blank templates are performing better for me lately than the fancy templates, sometimes the fancy templates just have almost too much going on.
So what I do is I go and start from scratch. And then I’ll just do a blank template kind of like I did last time in the autoresponders video. But this time, we clicked on newsletters back in the startup, so we’re sending a newsletter.
Similar to the other video, we’re just going to drag and drop in a text box by dragging and dropping this text box into here.
You can delete the sample text here and you can put in your email body that you’ve prepared.
And the next step is you just click on “Next step”, so so far is really similar to setting up your autoresponders. The only difference here is when you get to the end, it’s, it’s kind of like you’re, you’re doing the email blast.
So it says, to choose a list, and I will choose this list with the three leads on it, just the sample list. And if you wanted to exclude certain people, you could, you could do that and there’s more fancy stuff you can do. Like you can exclude certain segments and stuff like that.
But I mean to just blast the whole list is really simple. You just check off your list and it tells you how many you’re going to blast it to you press next step and it gives you a summary here it says the subject line is this.
It says that your template is that Your spam score is low, which is, which is good. It’s not something you have to be that concerned about.
But if it’s like alarmingly high, they might give you some tips in this box how to fix that, but usually it just is low. Right? And then the perfect timing thing.
You don’t have to do that. I mean, it’s just a little gimmick, they have it, it kind of sends the email when they think the people are going to open it best, perhaps it helps but for me, I just schedule these things.
So what we would do is I’ll schedule it for the evening because remember in one of the previous chapters, I mentioned how the evening is a good time to send the emails. I’m going to schedule this for 8 pm
You press schedule and your email schedule. So what’s going to happen is the email is going to blast out and what you can do is you can go to your newsletters and you’ll be able to see the email queued up and everything is going to be queued up here.
I would suggest sending broadcasts at least a few times a week, and depending on the results you’re getting and the how much email writing either you’re doing or again, if you don’t want to write these emails, just outsource it.
7. Increasing Email Deliverability (or. Open Rates-)
We’re going to be talking about email delivery rates and inboxing. And kind of some more advanced strategies if you are getting really serious about your email list and cleaning your email list and questions like that.
So let’s dive into it. What is the delivery rate, the delivery rate is essentially just getting the email to go to the subscriber in general.
And for the most part, this is taken care of with your email sending provider. So I don’t know if you’ve ever tried it.
But if you’ve ever tried, like making your own email server or set up setting up your own email system, you might find that it’s like,
You’re not even getting the emails to go to the people like at all they’re like they’re getting completely blocked by Gmail, or Yahoo, not even I’m not even talking about showing up in the spam folder,
I’ve tried to make my own email system and what I found is that I was not even getting the emails to the person like they were getting blocked and stuff from directly from even getting to the person let alone the spam folder.
So a lot of your whitelisting and your email delivery is really in the hands of the GetResponses and the AWeber but there are things you can do to make sure it’s the best it can be.
So “Delivery” is a little bit different than open rates. open rates are how many people open your emails. Delivery, is the emails getting sent successfully.
And a lot of times when you’re sending through an email provider that has a big reputation And then a big name like getresponse or AWeber, you’re not going to really have to be concerned about the emails not even getting the emails will get to the people.
It’s just a matter of if they get into their spam or their inbox. But this is something to be aware of. If you kind of try to do your own email system, let’s say you try to get a programmer set up your own server, you’re trying to do more advanced things.
It’s like you might run into issues where the emails are not even being sent and stuff just completely blocked. Not even going to spam not even going to inbox you sick, not even getting sent.
So this stuff is good to know though because if you know some things about email delivery, you could just make sure you’re doing the best you can even if you are sending through a system with a good reputation
So let’s dive into this email marketing in Nigeria tactic. Click play to see how to clean your list and increase your email deliverability and open rates. [at 19:00 minute]
8. Key Takeaways & Action Steps
Okay, to wrap up in the final section, here are the key takeaways and lessons discussed.
We talked about some issues of email marketing in Nigeria, which is making sure your emails go into the person’s inbox and not directly into their spam folder.
We talked about how to write emails; we spoke of two types of emails, so the original engagement emails or value emails that would go at the beginning of the series.
And we also talked about the offer emails, and we went into great detail about;
how you should not send the same offer every time but mix it up and have at least two or three, four-plus variety of different offers and different related offers so that you can earn multiple times from your leads.
We talked about how to structure automation sequences and frequency to send your back end emails.
We showed you how to connect an autoresponder to opt-in Pages We talked about how to schedule and showed you how to plan and track emails GetResponse (watch the video if you haven’t seen it), we showed you how to broadcast emails.
We talked about how to ensure that you have reasonable deliverability rates.
So your action steps at this point are to understand the things we talked about in this guide.
To understand the concepts and the key takeaways.
And your next step is to go and get an autoresponder.
So because we taught you how to do it with GetResponse, you should probably get a GetResponse account.
SIGN UP FREE:
If you’re new, it’s going to be easiest to follow the instructions that we’ve given you, so get the GetResponse, because that’s what we used to demonstrate how to send emails and how to do it.
Now, if you’re watching this and you’re more advanced, and you said, Well, I already have an account with a different provider like AWeber, Infusionsoft, then you can go ahead and continue to use that.
But use the concepts that we’re teaching as part of your strategy.
So what you’re going to do is you’re going to get your ESP setup.
In this instance, it’s GetResponse. And you’re going to connect it to your OPT-in pages. And what you’re going to do is you’re going to brainstorm an email sequence.
So you’re going to brainstorm what kind of offers you’re sending. And to do this, you need to understand what you’re going to be promoting.
Your significant takeaways of the moment are to at least make sure that you have an account with the email service provider you’re going to be sending your emails.
So if you’re going to be sending from GetResponse, like we instructed, open up a basic getresponse account,
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www.TrainedCoach.com/email that can store 1000 leads or something.
So get a GetResponse account if you don’t have one. And get set up there and brainstorm what you’re going to be promoting on your Facebook ads and brainstorm kind of the sequence of your template.
It doesn’t have to be perfect. It doesn’t have to be complete or thorough.
So don’t feel that at this point in the guide, you need to know everything or have everything together.
So your main takeaways at this point, though, is to get that email service provider setup, with GetResponse, and brainstorm what you’re going to be promoting and brainstorm a little bit of a sequence if you can.
If not, don’t worry about it, rewatch the video above, and you can also email me to help you further.
These are the action steps here. What you’re going to do is if you are this far into it, you can even schedule emails to go into GetResponse.
So it depends on what sequence of the free ultimate guide you’re in right now.
What I mean by that is that if you’re brand new, and this is all new to you, what we advise you to do at this time, if you’re brand new, never done digital marketing before, or just very fresh, at this point of time, get a GetResponse account. And that’s all you need to do.
Again, if you have any emailing questions, don’t hesitate to contact us via support ticket or email.
There are different ways to get questions answered. And there’s a lot of different ongoing support mechanisms.
So don’t hesitate to do that as well. But for now, depending on the stage of the game, you’re at either open a GetResponse account or even take action to start getting emails set uploaded, begin making an automation series, and start taking action because of your success boils down to Taking action.
And the people that take action are the people that succeed the most, so don’t hesitate to take action.
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