To punch off 2019 with a bang (before it even arrives), I want to show you where arguably the single best email “swipe files” can be found, studied, and modeled.
Swipe files that aren’t “emails.”
But, that I have extracted many profitable email ideas from over the years.
Specifically, in consumer-based niches.
(i.e. prostate problems, weight loss, financial-related, etc)
But, that can also just as easily be adapted to any other kind of market.
Anyway, what swipe files am I referring to?
None other than magalogs written by the best A-list copywriters.
There are at least three — that I know of — “A List” copywriters who subscribe to “Email Players.” Presumably, they do so to get a different perspective on how to write emails. Especially since, all three are old school direct mail copywriters (and one is retired from the game, but like all masters of their craft, still keeps a hand in what’s going on). And the irony of this is, I have probably learned more about email from them than they ever will from me.
And the reason why is, certain magalogs are perfect email swipe files if you know what to look for.
(And what to ignore.)
And guess what?
If you know which parts are great for adapting to emails (and which parts aren’t), you can use magalogs to help pound out some of the most profitable emails you’ll ever use.
At least, that’s been the case with me.
But, I suspect it can apply to you, too.
And, no matter what niche you sell in.
Enter the January “Email Players” issue:
I not only explain this in far more detail, but I show you — word for word — four examples of exactly how it works, so you can just as easily model and adapt (not copy & paste) some of the greatest, most responsive magalogs ever written into emails that pay you a pretty penny, too. (And, yes, I show you where to find them — both free and paid resources.)
So that’s one of the many lessons in the January issue.
It goes to the printer on New Years Eve.
After that, it’ll be too late to get it.
Here is the link: