Before I wrote yet another email series, let me say this: stop procrastinating and just type in the email campaign. You can always pinch it later.
One of the things I see a lot to beginners is that they are so afraid they're writing an email series that will be paused for 30 days, 60 days, and 90 days. They then write an email and try to test it before writing the next one. It is then written 90 days after the second.
Here's what I've suggested: Post 20 emails one afternoon, upload them to everyone in your automated responder, then study open rates and clickthrough rates through the first 1000 subscribers, then remove emails that are not pulls and opens clicks and improves the remainder.
So how do you do it?
I like to write 4 different types of emails: content emails, free emails, affiliate emails, and my own product sales emails.
So here is a quick seizure:
Content emails. I write a lot of articles, so I can only copy one of my recent articles, copy it and paste it into my aweber auto responder, and then hit the shipment. These are really easy for me.
Free gift e-mails: I can find items I can give for free and upload them to the email series.
Partner Emails: I'm writing a few lines that recommend reading through a reader and look at a useful affiliate product.
My Product My Letters: My Favorite! These are emails in which I promote my own products.