Stop Press ! “They Will Not Read Every Message You Send” Get Over It.

When it comes to sending emails many business owners ask themselves…

Do I ?
Don’t I ?
Do I ?
Don’t I ?

They get confused about:
• What to say;
• When to say it; and
• How frequently to say it.

Then there are people telling them to get into social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and whatever the next big thing will be.

The funny thing about social media is you need an email address to subscribe.

At the end of the day email remains the best method you have to create a relationship with your customers and let them know what you are doing.

And what you have for sale.

Or if you are looking for more customers then email simply works the best.

The key to using email is focus on providing worthwhile information to your customers.
Stop worrying about clicks and views.

People will buy when they are ready not when you wish to sell.

Keep the messages personal and don’t worry about how many emails you are sending them.
They will read what messages you send and don’t take this too personally…

They will not read every email you send. Get over it !

For the past 7 years I have helped sell $4,000,000 of products and services using email.

If you wish to start email marketing or not sure how to go about it then my starter pack which includes all the information you need to get underway and a 45 minute talk over the phone with me for only $275.00 may be just the boost you need.

And I will even throw in your first two email critiques as a bonus.

But you have do something for it.

Contact me – It is that simple.

Believe in Yourself

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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