Dear Online Entrepreneur,
You spend a lot of time and money building your email list. As well you should!
Whether you're selling your own products or services, or making it happen as an affiliate, email is a very important part of your marketing strategy, and will be for a long time.
Plus, you spend hours upon hours writing the perfect emails linking to your offers. You may even spend money to hire copywriters to write them for you.
Regardless, your income depends on how well your list responds to your emails.
After all, the money is in the list!
Even according to eMarketer, email still holds the top spot for ROI (return on investment) of any marketing format online!
You know that "The Money Is In The List"...and here's the proof:
Source: “Email Marketing Benchmarks 2016: Relevancy, Frequency, Deliverability and Mobility” – eMarketer
Now, you're about to discover three (3) must-have tools that will impel your subscribers to pay close attention to every email you send...and virtually force them to click through to your offers!
Well, now that you know that email out performs every other form of marketing, let me ask you a quick question:
How may tools do you own that help your emails perform better?
Not many, I bet. I searched on my computer and didn't find much...
Then I looked online...not much there, either!
The highest performing marketing asset...and very few tools exist to help you make the most of it.
Thats why I created this tool.
You and I need tools to help us take advantage of the power that lies inside of each email we send.
But there's one real problem you'll have when you use email...you may already experience it.
In fact, if there ever was a tool to build for email marketing, it would solve this one problem:
LOW CLICK-THROUGH RATES
They suck, let me tell you.
You send out an email to hundreds or even thousands of people...
Almost half of them open your email!
And then your head sinks as you find out that less than 3% of the people clicked the link inside.
How are you supposed to feel when that happens?
Not good, I can tell you. Even when open rates are super high, it means nothing (zilch, zero, goose egg) if only a very small percentage of your subscribers actually click the links inside of your emails.
Why leave it to chance when it comes to the reason you build your lists or write your emails in the first place?
Isn't the whole idea to profit from your list?
How can you do that when hardly anyone clicks the links in your emails?