How to Add Reference Emails

When I refer to the redirect email, I only understand it, even if it is my own product. You see, email is not the place where I could sell the product, though sometimes. Email is the place of contact and communication. So I just turn to my reader to see a sales page. I let the sales page make the sale – so it's called a sales page.

To my recommendation page, I often ask a question: "Have you struggled with your niche?" I've found something that can work nicely: (link to the sales page).

What I did there proved to be useful; even if you do not like the sales page, you will still appreciate that I've sent it to you thinking about them. In this way, I get the click but I maintain contact with my subscriber.

If you try to sell it by e-mail, the subscriber feels like he has sold it through his email campaign and is often unsubscribed. Although some unsubscriptions are fine with me (I think if I do not get a subscription, I do not want to be aggressive enough), I do not want to lose the buyers because I'm too aggressive. Once again I simply left the sales page aggressive to me.

How do I send feedback emails

By email I try to do two things: 1) Get in touch with stimulation of conversation and 2) Learn what to write about my next book.

Creating rapport is extremely important to me. Is used correctly, I believe that feedback emails create an incredible report and later contact more.

Your feedback e-mail looks like this:

Dear {! Firstname_fix},

I need help! With a constant effort to improve what I am sending to you and how I can best help you (niche verb), you have some quick questions for you. Please just press & # 39; answer & # 39; this email and send me the answers. That would help me a lot … thank you in advance.

1) What is the hardest thing you've found (in the niche)?

2) What types of information are you looking for in the newsletter?

3) What's the thing you want to know more about?

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