The Most Important Subject Line Ever Day 33


Posted on : November 18, 2014
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Having high converting subject lines that get emails opened Go to: http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html Subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs0QtqMrEp4vcx_shmEBHjw is always big talk amongst the marketing crowd. And rightly so! If you make simple, small changes to your subject lines, it could result in double the open rates or higher. Which then could result in twice the profits PER EMAIL that you send out. Depending on the size of your list, just from testing, tweaking, and using the highest converting subject lines, you could experience four, all the way up to seven figure cash windfalls. And that’s why it’s such a big deal. Big bucks being added to your pockets, with little extra work involved. Now there are some basic tips that will help you out. *Use attention-grabbing subject lines. *Look at what 90% of the subject lines in your ideal customer’s inbox are, and then write the exact opposite. *Don’t try to trick or fool your list to open. (That’s a quick way to lose trust and the sale!) *Tell directly what’s inside each email. *Use numbers and other symbols in occasional emails. (5 Ways to… 3 Secrets to… The #1 way to…) *And so forth… There are a lot of ways to increase your email open rates, and my best advice is to spend a few hours researching and learning, and then just get out there and start split-testing one subject line against another. However, I want to tell you about something even more important than the subject line. MUCH MORE IMPORTANT. Subject lines pale in comparison to this. What is it? The NAME FIELD. To be more specific, YOUR name. Think about it, likely, there are emails you get from a specific person or company, and no matter what the subject line is, their name grabs your attention and you open whatever they email you. THAT’S what you want. They have the ole’ “KLT Factor” going on. They’re someone you Know, Like, and Trust. You must become someone that people know, like, and trust as well. That’s 10X more important than any creative subject line that you can conjure up. You want people excited to open your emails. Like it’s the highlight of their day. And with just a little extra thought into your emails, you can very easily do this. ANYONE can. Check this brief mttb 21 step program presentation out: http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html Here’s a few quick tips: Be vulnerable in your emails, don’t try to be perfect or like some “ideal” fake person. Speak from your unique voice, something nobody else has but YOU. Add constant value ALL THE TIME, without having some hidden agenda or always expecting something back in return. Share personal stories, moments in your life, shoot video, share pictures, and let them see your face etc… Just a few of these things implemented here will get ya going down the right track and will bring you nice results. Also, take a bit of time to think about the people whose emails you LOVE to open. Ask yourself “Why?” Why do you love their emails? Was it something specific they do? Are they entertaining, or always giving you value? Find out what it is, and see where you can manufacture something similar into your marketing. Alright, that’s it for the day! I hope you’ve got a few golden nuggets here in this email. P.S. Of course, writing emails is of NO benefit, if your online business isn’t profitable or if you don’t have something incredible and evergreen to sell to your list. Along those lines, check this brief mttb 21 step system presentation out: http://www.smartgoal.net/adtrackzg/video.html Subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs0QtqMrEp4vcx_shmEBHjw P.P.S. Remember, ACTION is the mother of all skill. Try a few things out in this email, and you’ll see something really special happen in your business and life. I Promise. =) Mohammed Yusuf Jaafar


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