How To Design A Marketing Email Step 5 is the fifth step of my 10-Step Master Formula … the 10 crucial steps … that I use to create killer autoresponders and broadcast emails for my clients and myself.
Do you know when to move on?
Think about when you’re talking to someone and they start telling you a story?
That’s what some people like to do. Tell stories. Just like in my previous article on Step 4.
Now sometimes, the story is interesting. Sometimes not so much.
But … of course … don’t you usually give them the benefit of the doubt and listen anyways?
Well, at least I try to.
Reminds me of a guy I know who likes telling stories about himself.
Things he’s done. Or things about his family.
And that’s fine.
But he doesn’t know when to quit. He’ll tell the story and then stand there with his mouth open in a smirk.
And then there’s that awkward moment when he doesn’t know what to say next and you don’t know what to do either.
So he repeats part of it. Or starts on another story.
He doesn’t know when to end it and move on.
Now that’s not what you want to do when writing broadcast emails and autoresponders.
The fifth step of my 10-Step Master Formula for writing dynamic emails and autoresponders doesn’t leave the reader hanging.
Transition Into The Particular Want, Need, Desire Or Problem You’re Focusing On.
This is the point in your email when you pull the reader in and talk to them like you understand what they’re dealing with.
And that’s the 5th step of my 10-Step Master Formula for writing killer autoresponders and emails.
As you can tell if you’ve been reading these articles revealing to you … completely free … my 10-Step Master Formula, there’s a lot more to writing them than just throwing together a few lines and links.
It’s taken me several years and considerable practice to master this formula. To be able to create emails automatically.
In fact, I’m writing this series of articles just like I’d write a series of emails or autoresponders.
I hope you’re beginning to see how powerful this formula is.
But it’s only powerful … and valuable … if you know how to use it.
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