“Give Them More Than An Offer In Your Email Marketing…”

I have been working with two new clients on their email marketing since last week.

One a start-up business and another an established business.

The rules of email marketing are the same though.

1. Start with a List…. If you do not have a List – make, or start one immediately.

2. Build a Relationship with your List… Don’t try to sell them something all the time.

3. Make them an Offer… But only after you have gained their trust.

Another way to look at it is…

The hardest thing to overcome in business for a prospect to buy from you is the five-letter word starting with “T”…


You have to be Known by the prospect, Liked by the prospect and Trusted by the prospect before they will depart with their hard earned.

Once you have their TRUST you are in a position to make them a Customer.

But it shouldn’t end there.

You have another two levels of the Ladder Of Loyalty to climb.


If you would like to help climbing the Ladder Of Loyalty then here’s a simple way.

I am opening free 20 minute “Email Engagement and Business Breakthrough Sessions” next week commencing Monday 20th October.

It is where you can call in and discuss your email marketing needs, thoughts and ideas.

I have been doing this for years in business circles and now it is your turn to benefit.

To grab your free 20 minute “Email Engagement and Business Breakthrough Session” email me direct – kurt@emailprofits.com.au and let’s get your business pumping.

But hurry I don’t know how many of these calls I will take on and I may close the offer down today.

Contact me now.


Kurt Johansen

About Kurt

I'm passionate about helping people in small to medium businesses get BIG results from email marketing. Email Marketing is about 1. Your List 2. Your Relationship With Your List and 3. Your Offer. When you get the three in unison, watch your profits soar. If you're not sure what I mean. Contact me. I can and will help. Believe In Yourself - Kurt

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