Reach More People and Increase Your Sales with Instant Access to these 37 Fill-in-the-Blanks Attention-Getting and Engaging Email Marketing Templates
You finally started an email list, YAY…
You have people signing up, YAY…
But what are you going to say to them?
Stop staring at the blank screen and finally take charge of connecting with your subscribers with these easy to customize email templates.
Email marketing still has one of the highest ROI in marketing today. Use email to welcome, announce, educate and wow your subscribers which making sales.
101 Email Marketing Templates in 13 Categories
Set 1: Gain-Logic-Fear Sequence
Not everyone responds to every emotional trigger in the same way. That’s why you should develop an email sequence that taps into different triggers, so that you can reach a wider audience. Here’s a proven gain-logic-fear sequence that’s sure to boost your conversion rates…
Set 2: An Indoctrination Sequence
When your subscribers and prospects first join your mailing list, they’re going to be a little clueless (but hopefully curious) about who you are and what you can do for them. The indoctrination sequence welcomes your new subscribers and educates them about what you can do to help them solve their problems.
Set 3: The Engagement Sequence
This sequence is all about giving your prospects some really good information, such as a set of tips, secrets or steps for completing some process. Each email will also promote a specific product that’s related to the content. In essence, your emails will be “useful yet incomplete,” so that prospects will take a look at your paid offers to solve their problems. Check out these templates…
Set 4: An Ascension Email Sequence
Once you’ve turned a prospect into a cash-paying customer, your next job is to turn them into a repeat buyer. That’s what an ascension email sequence does, as it leads your new customer to more offers and higher-priced offers.
Set 5: A Segmentation Sequence
Want a simple way to start getting a higher response rate from your list? Segment your list by demographics, interest and behavior (such as which products they download or buy), and then write highly targeted emails to these different list segments.
Set 6: A Re-engagement Sequence
Sometimes your list goes cold, such as if life happens and you weren’t able to email for several weeks. In other cases, you may just have one segment of your list grow unresponsive, perhaps due to you not sending them anything to really engage them. This re-engagement sequence can help you warm up your list and get them clicking on your links again. Check it out…
Set 7: An Affiliate Sequence
If you want to have a high-performing affiliate program with affiliates who’re constantly promoting your goods, then you need to stay in touch with your marketing partners. Here’s an example affiliate sequence you can use to welcome new affiliates and motivate them to promote your wares…
Set 8: Conversion Sequence
Blasting your prospects with a steady diet of promotional emails probably won’t produce the results you want. If you want to start converting more prospects to buyers, you need to use a conversion sequence like this one:
- Presentation, which is where you present your prospects with some good information about how to solve a problem.
- Problem, where you get prospects to self-identify and realize their problem is serious.
- Persuasion, where you persuade prospects to use your product to solve their problem.
- Proof, where you provide a case study to show your product really works as advertised.
- Promo, where you make one last-ditch effort to get a sale by offering prospects a special deal.
Set 9: A 90-Day Awareness Sequence
The idea behind this sequence is to send out a new email every nine days, each of which promotes a different product or service. This is an awareness sequence, as it introduces your prospect to ten of your top products or services.
Set 10: Direct Pitch Emails
Sometimes the best way to generate a sale is by directly pitching an offer. You might simply extol the benefits of a product, or you might give prospects a special deal. Use these templates as great starting points for creating your own direct-response emails…
Set 11: “Useful Yet Incomplete” Emails
Some of my favorite types of emails are those that are part content and part pitch. This makes them “useful yet incomplete” – the content helps solve part of a problem, while the product you’re promoting solves the rest of their problem. End result? You build a good relationship with your prospects, solve their problems, and generate some sales for yourself!
Set 12: Five Special-Offer Emails
Sometimes you want to extend a very special offer to your prospects and customers to drum up sales. These special offers might be “no brainers” to turn prospects into customers, or they might be special offers to turn customers into repeat buyers. Either way, you’re sure to find a template here to suit your needs…
13. A Set Of 26 One-Off Emails
So far, we’ve talked about various sequences and email strategies to help build relationships and create more sales for you. Sometimes, however, you just need one quick email to send out to your prospects, customers, affiliates or other lists. That’s what you’ll find inside this collection. From abandoned-cart emails to special offers to emails to motivate affiliates, you’re sure to find several templates to meet your needs.
Everything you need to get started with email marketing!!!