Comes a common question:
“will mailing the ‘Email Players’ way get me a lot of spam complaints, get me ending up in the junk mail folder, get slapped by my auto-responder…?”
How ’bout I let others answer it…
(Keep it a bit less biased.)
Here are some comments from a thread from the private Facebook group I have with Ryan Healy for our paying customers:
Since my list has gotten used to me emailing them in the EP stylings, complaints have virtually ceased. Seriously, night n day from before.
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I’m new at this, too, and everything has gone just as Ben predicted. Lots of initial unsubscribes, a few spam complaints, but now things have settled down, and I’m getting excellent response from my people (and sales). Felt a little intimidating to jump in and do it, but there are so many positives, I’m glad I did. Good luck!
Last month I sold the Titans of Direct Response DVD’s.
And, if you remember, I sent 17 emails out between a Thursday and that Sunday —with 8 of them being on that Sunday, which even other hardcore mailers I know were in awe at how I got away with it.
Wouldn’t people opt out in droves?
Wouldn’t I a ton of spam complaints?
Not even close.
In fact, I looked it up and had ONE spam complaint.
That was it that entire weekend.
And it was from some blue light special crying to me saying I was committing “list abuse”, which is just idiotic considering he can delete or opt-out at any time. Brian Kurtz was so happy with the results he said he hoped his other affiliates would do half as well. (Recently he also said I was so far beating all his other affiliates — some of them huge names in the direct response marketing world — in terms of conversions. It’s not unusual for me to beat all other affiliates when I mail using my secret “formula” for doing affiliate marketing with emails — like with Ryan Levesque, when I walked up to all his other affiliates last year and gleefully stole their lunch money by out-converting all of them too…)
So anyway, that’s that.
To sum up?
My favorite cartoon Dexter Abraham put it best when he posted this on Flakebook last week:
“I’ve never seen a single example of less emails equalling better relationship with customers and increased sells…”
The trick is doing it right.
Most people do not do it right.
Most peoples’ emails are the opposite of how to do it right and, yes, that is probably why they suffer the slings and arrows of making no fortune with emails, get themselves banned, and are riddled with spam complaints.
There’s an art and science to this.
It’s what I teach in “Email Players”.
And, I can teach it to you, too.
That is, if you qualify, at least.
And by the way, speaking of Brian Kurtz and his Titans DVD’s… in the July “Email Players” issue I go through one of the most powerful email marketing persuasion “tools” you can use I learned from his DVD’s. And, I show you exactly how I applied it to a launch recently.
But, a word of warning:
Chances are, you won’t want to use this tool.
Or, you’ll be too scared to.
But, I can say this… if you DO use it… and if you do it the exact way I explain (and show, with examples) in the July issue, I don’t see how you can possibly not make a lot more sales than you are.
I certainly am.
(In multiple ventures/markets).
And, there’s no reason why you can’t either.
Get in while the gettin’s good here: