First, let’s collect some information about your business and product.
Sales emails work best when they feel like they’re coming from someone you know, so using your first name is ideal here.
This is where we’ll send your emails.
Need some help coming up a name? See our tips for naming a product for success in 5 steps.
Link directly to the sales page, rather than your main site.
Next, tell us about your audience, and what you can help them do with this product.
Why are they getting this email? Are they “a member of [your community name]”, “a [brand name] subscriber”, “a personal friend of mine”?
With the help of your product, what will your customer be able to do? Keep these short, no longer than 150 characters each.
Write as if you’re talking TO the student (e.g., grow your business, rather than grow their business).
After using your product, they’ll no longer need to deal with this issue. For example, “back pain”, or “spending so much time on your taxes”.