Thursday, August 27, 2015

An Easy $250-500+ / Day w/ Applied Cash Flow


Applied Cash Flow Makes an Easy $250 - $500+

As you know it’s not so easy to find  => A Good Affiliate Marketing Program 

That with just minimal effort ...will create reliable results. 

It’s always hard to make your email laconic, informative and catchy.

That’s why I have prepared 7 steps I use:

 To create an email message that will meet my open-rate and click-through expectations.

1. Organize.
You need to organize your email message for effective presentation. It’s better to mark out your topics and ideas and then detail them. You email message should not be a pile of info, but a structured presentation.
2. Introduce yourself.
You should introduce yourself thereby making it easy for your subscribers to recognize you. 
Here are a few critical points that need attention in introducing your self:
• Your company name in the “from” line
• A clear indication of the content in your subject line
• Your logo, header or other branding at the top of your email
•  Link(s) to your website(s)

3. Make them expect.
You need to make your subscribers expect something good and valuable from you. Intrigue them with a short sentence in the beginning and then provide them with the precious info in the body of the email.
4. Ask questions.
Ask questions in your email – the questions you answer with the help of your product or service. You product must be a solution to a problem, not just a tool. If it solves a problem then it’s a useful product.
5. Be energetic. Make your message sound live and full of energy. It should not be something boring and grey – your message is important, it’s urgent – make it full of energy, and fresh.
6. Gifts / bonuses / extras.
We all like gifts and free-stuff. Always reward your recipient with a little gift, and don’t forget to mention this in your subject line.
7. Let your subscribers speak. 
Run surveys, polls or ask them to reply your messages. People like to feel unique and appreciated – this is a great chance to raise loyalty of your subscribers.

I personally use email marketing as my primary source of marketing methods.
Leveraging = >Applied  Winning

...with Email marketing 

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