Following is a tip that’ll horrify the copywriting poindexters screaming about how emails must have “VALUE!” in order for anyone to buy.
Here’s the scoop:
One of the things that can make you a lot of the green stuff fast is blatant pitching. I’m not saying to do it every day. I’m not saying you should even do it very often. But, a blatant pitch can make you a lot of sales — and, make them very quickly.
That’s the good news.
The bad news?
If you do it wrong, it will make a lot of people ignore you and stop wanting to open your emails, much less look forward to reading them and wanting to buy from them.
That is, unless, you possess the upcoming March “Email Players” issue.
Turn to page 13 and you’ll learn the big secret behind writing blatant pitch emails that not only make you quick sales, but also are done in a way where people not only don’t mind getting them, but will be happy to read them, and want to buy from you.
It’s a little ditty I learned from the late Jim Straw.
He sold a lot of biz-opp type stuff.
But, his emails were literally (other than one content-filled email the first day of every month) pure sales pitch.
No trying to hide it.
No trying to make it look informational.
And, no apologizing for it.
Nor did he need to.
Because he did what I’m going to show you in the March issue, which you only have 4 more days to subscribe to in time to get it.
Here’s the jolly ol’ link: