Freelance copywriter and author, Josh Earl, self-published a book that sold more than $50,000. He shares his top 3 Ways To Sell More With Your Email List. Find out what you must do now to reach your target market.
Josh Earl is a freelance copywriter, marketing consultant and former newspaper and magazine journalist. Josh’s dream of earning a living as a writer died with the economic crash of 2008, and he decided to pursue a career in programming. Five years later he rediscovered writing and online marketing when he self-published a book for programmers. The book eventually earned more than $50,000, and Josh was hooked. Now he helps successful online entrepreneurs and brick-and-mortar businesses fix their broken marketing and get more customers through the power of storytelling.
Think Like A Journalist Excerpt
“Email marketing is still one of the most cost effective ways to stay in touch with customers and reach new prospects.” Excerpt from Building An Email List From Scratch
Just implement. Start and do a little every day until you get it done.
After lots of unsuccessful attempts find out how Josh went from working at temp jobs to his own successful freelance career.
When It Didn’t Work
Hear what happened when Josh realized he could no longer continue on in the field of journalism. Find out what it taught him and how he found a mentor in the copywriting industry so that he could change his career path.
3 Ways To Sell More With Your Email List
- Send more emails. Don’t send monthly emails that’s not enough contact with your customers. Weekly newsletter.
- Write with personality. Don’t be corporate. Write professionally, if you want, but have personality in the email. Email is a personal medium. Be interesting, informative, entertaining.
- Use storytelling. Stories add value and work well to teach your customers. The more personal the story, the more powerful.
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