(Today’s the last day you can sign up for my email marketing course, “Sent.” The cart closes at midnight tonight, so we can start Monday. If you want to learn how to write an email that sounds like you, click here and grab one of the last few spaces before it fills up)
A subscriber writes:
So, here’s a thing that I find odd… I’ve purchased ‘Sent,’ I’m all in, I don’t need convincing, I’m good to go on Monday and therefore I don’t need to read any more of your lovely emails (until Monday).
Why then, do I keep opening them and reading them right down to the botto……arrrrragghh! Yes, I get it! That’s why I’ve signed up, isn’t it?
Brilliant!! I can. not. wait.
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I wasn’t going to admit this to you, but…
I nearly didn’t create “Sent.”
Teaching business owners how to write an email seemed like such a weak-ass promise… I thought no one would be interested.
After all, in a world flooded with “six figures in six minutes” courses… why the heck would anyone sign up for my course?
Truth is though, you probably know how awesome it feels when you get replies like the one above. It makes you realise how much of a superpower being able to write a good email is.
It’s how you turn strangers into customers… one electronic message at a time.
(And, best of all, you can do it in your PJ’s!)
The problem is, most business owners think copywriting is a mystical skill – a precise sequence of intricate moves you have to get absolutely, perfectly right. If you take one wrong step… you’re doomed to fail.
SPOILER ALERT: it’s not.
In fact, if you worked through the daily emails that make up “Sent.” without looking at who was sending them, you probably wouldn’t even realise you were learning “copywriting” – that’s how simple and natural it is.
But don’t let that fool you – this is powerful stuff.
There’s just a few spaces left… and less than 17 hours showing on the countdown clock.
Click the link below if you want to join “Sent.” for the first class that starts on Monday:
Have a great Friday,
P.S. I know a lot of folk fire out a gazillion emails on deadline day, trying to drum up last-minute sales.
Just a heads up – not only am I not “that guy”, but with only a few spaces left, there’s a good chance that “Sent.” will be sold out soon, so I won’t need to write any more emails.
Bottom line – if you’re thinking, “I’ll get round to this later”, you might miss out.