Have you ever announced a new program to your audience and met crickets?
You put all that work into designing a transformational program, send out the word, and NOBODY clicks through.
They don’t click through because they don’t know, like or trust you/your program enough yet.
Think about it; they might only have interacted with you a few times in the past few months. But, during that time, they’ve met a ton of other people online and may have forgotten about you.
In some other instances, they know all about you but aren’t sure your program is the right fit for them. They aren’t sure because they don’t know enough about your program.
Emails are a great way to get past all of that.
They allow you to nurture your audience by building a steady relationship with them and giving them free value.
I write emails that speak directly to your audience, talking about what they are struggling with and giving practical advice on how they can fix it.
When you have a program, emails are also a great way to keep your list posted on what the program contains and why it’s important.
That way, they are eager to sign up and can’t wait to gain value from your program when you finally launch.
This sign-up link will let you book a strategy call with me. Before booking a date, you’ll get the chance to fill a questionnaire that helps me understand your voice and positioning better.
The questionnaire will also help me understand the free value you want to offer in your emails, who it’s perfect for, and what people stand to gain. You’ll also provide other details like the offer structure, duration, etc.
After filling the questionnaire, you’ll complete the booking process, and we can hop on a call. We’ll discuss the questionnaire, what you’re doing so far, and any other ideas you wish to explore during the call.
Then, we iron out a few extra details, set a deadline, and I’ll deliver your emails to you!
Your investment for four emails a month is:
This rate isn’t set in stone; We can discuss your specific needs/budget.
Then click the button below, and let’s talk about your emails