Everyone is doing it
Everyone is doing it.
Everyone's doing it.
Every day your inbox crushes under the virtual weight of the terrible email marketing.
There's everything from the brightly colored and badly formatted ones from " SEO experts ", to" I'm emailing following our previous call "that never happened.
Far from inspiring you to get in touch, they really annoy you. And if you feel like that, everyone else does, which is why it's important to get your email marketing content right.
The email you send is the recipient's window on your business.
So what can you do to make sure your emails hit the right note?
These simple to follow tips will help you. 19659002] first Scan
It does not matter how long you (or your copywriter) spends crafting your email, the recipient is unlikely to read every single word.
The best way to do that is to use sub headings that are persuasive and that contain key products and service.
If you're including an offer, place it in bold print so it can not be missed.
Use bulleted lists to highlight benefits and make sure your paragraphs tackle only one idea in short, easy to read sentences.
There is nothing worse than an email that flits from one idea to the next without any continuity.
Make sure your subject line flows effortlessly into the body of your email and the final paragraph reiterates your main message, rounded off with a call to action.
3. Be emotive
Emotion sells. Fact. Make sure you use language that empathises and plays on their heartstrings.
This is something that copywriters talk about a lot. The tone, or voice, you use in your writing will have a big impact on how well it goes down with the reader. If you have brand guidelines in place, your email's tone should follow them. But if you're not sure about your audience and choose an appropriate tone for them.
5. Give proof
Why should I buy from you?
That's what your reader is going to be asking, so make sure you give them excellent reasons in the form of benefits that are backed up by facts. ] 6th I'll say it again
You do not want to repeat yourself in your copy, but in this case you can make an exception.
The offer in your headline should be repeated in the body copy and then again in the call to action. Just make sure you change the language and words that you use.
Yes, it's time for a bit of psychology.
Offer valuable information so they will feel obliged to buy from you. Use case studies and testimonials to show how others have already benefited (do they really want to miss out?). Limit the offer by time or number to increase scarcity – there's no way they'll want to miss out.
• Your paragraphs are short and snappy
• The subject matter is relevant to your audience
• The subject matter is relevant to your audience Your bid is correct
• Your message is short and sweet
• You can scan the email and still understand what it's about
That's really all there is to it. Next time you create an email marketing campaign, bear these points in mind.