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Done For You Autoresponder emails ?

Discussion in 'Email Marketing' started by nuclearpenguin, Sep 19, 2014.

  1. nuclearpenguin

    nuclearpenguin Affiliate affiliate

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    Hi ,Im new to this and no good at writing sales copy so was wondering if there was somewhere to buy or download a campaign that I can just copy and paste into the auto responder ?
     
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2014
  2. hypefree

    hypefree Affiliate affiliate

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    You should probably specify the niche since the copy will be different for each niche.
     
  3. nuclearpenguin

    nuclearpenguin Affiliate affiliate

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    any ? Is it common practice to purchase them from anywhere or get one free for promoting someones product ?
     
    Last edited: Sep 20, 2014
  4. joshuaharwood

    joshuaharwood Affiliate affiliate

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    You should write your own emails in my opinion.

    What you could do, is sign up to the best marketers lists within your niche & "swipe" their emails they send you & model those.

    Or you could use Google & search for tips about copy etc.

    If you get people to always "do it for you" you'll never learn.
     
  5. nuclearpenguin

    nuclearpenguin Affiliate affiliate

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    Thanks Joshua ,makes sense ,I think I will subscribe to some and edit the best .
     
  6. joshuaharwood

    joshuaharwood Affiliate affiliate

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  7. Clickmy

    Clickmy Affiliate affiliate

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    Have you tried just hiring a copywriter? Or maybe trying odesk etc?
     
  8. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator moderator affiliate

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    Hi @nuclearpenguin , learning to write any and all copy is a major step towards being professional in this trade. Learning to write copy of any kind is very important. It isn't so much that you need to write all of the copy you require for the rest of your days, it's more over that copy isn't difficult to learn and once you have a handle on it, it makes it second nature for you to successfully outsource it. We all should learn copy, tracking, graphics, business management, and the other fundamentals of each facet of our business so that we can eventually outsource all of it to our respective teams that do the "grunt work". Once You can delegate work, you have the time necessary for scaling your company.

    As has been said, a good copy course from a respected source and studying the examples of copy from successful marketers will quickly position yourself to write copy that generates action by the consumer or the client.

    It never hurts to look at the old and the new as well. Dan Kennedy, John Carlton, Jay Abraham, and many others make for great reading and instruction in the art of writing copy.

    A few more that are great are Gary Bencivenga, Clayton Makepeace, Parris Lampropoulos, Arthur Johnson, Carline Anglade-Cole, Kent Komae, John Caples, David Ogilvy, and Dan Rosenthal.

    You may not agree with each of their respective approaches or even their individual personalities, but they all have very successful backgrounds with writing copy.
     

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