If you feel like low open rates are limiting your email revenue, here's a fix...
If you're fed up with declining open rates that hurt your revenue...
Maybe you've been working to improve them by fixing deliverability issues…
But still not seeing the results you'd like...
Maybe you’re beginning to wonder if your list is still interested in you...
...then lean in close -- because I'm about to give you the best method for fixing that.
This is something I've never shared with anyone, until now.
48 months Of Email Tests Reveals The Easiest Way To Boost Open Rates. And Grow Email Revenue.
Don't take this the wrong way because I don't mean to brag.
Over the past 4 years, 80% of my business revenue has come from emails.
I write and send emails almost 5 times a week to a list of 14,000+ marketers.
And in the past 4 years, I've sent out 935 emails.
A while ago, I began the ritual of collecting my best subject lines.
My idea was…
"If I could somehow model new subject lines after what worked, I'd drastically improve my open rates."
When I followed these subject lines that worked, a couple of things happened -- including something unexpected.
I found it soooo much easier to craft engaging subject lines.
My email opens rates blasted upwards.
My click-through rates jumped.
And to my surprise…
The whole process of writing emails took way less time.
Because once I figured out the subject line, everything else came easy.
But that's not the best part.
I wound up making much more money.
Which makes sense because...
...if you can get more people to open your emails, then you can expect more of them to click and buy your stuff.
You know what's crazy?
I kept all this to myself. Never sharing it with anyone.
And it was bound to remain so.
But then something happened.
Back in June, Apple dropped a bombshell on us email marketers.
Their privacy update meant we could no longer track the much-coveted email open rates.
Which means split-testing subject lines would become a thing of the past.
Which means, you could no longer objectively tell if you've written a great subject line or not.
Which means, writing outstanding email subject lines just got twice as important!
Because now you need to make sure each subject line is a homerun.
As you can imagine, this threw everyone into panic.
But amidst the chaos, a handful of people weren't worried.
Fact is, if you know how to consistently write engaging subject lines...or you follow a proven framework...then you’d have nothing to worry about.
But from the outcry, I guessed most didn't.
Unlike other swipe files, these aren’t subject lines of the month.
Or a list saved from a quick google search.
What you’re getting are my best subject lines after sending emails consistently for 4 years – in one of the most competitive niches on the internet.
You see, one of the strange things you discover after rigorous split tests is that...
...a brilliant subject line can make your email content more valuable – resulting in higher click-through and sales.
When you're ready to write your next email...
Simply flick through the pages...choose a headline type that captures the kind of email you want to send...feed your eyes on the examples...pick one you'd like to model.
A minute or two later...voila!
You've got a subject line that's ready to crush.
And get ready -- because you'll feel a rush of confidence in the headline you've written -- because you're leaning on a proven swipefile.
You see, I've separated all 152 subject lines into 7 types.
These 7 subject line types are based on science-backed psychological triggers for arresting attention and influencing decision making.
Triggers which when flipped, get humans to react in a certain way.
And when you weave these triggers into your emails subject lines, your readers will react by opening your emails.
Now starting today, you don't have to:
...make up subject lines as you go
...subscribe to people's lists and swipe email subject lines you're unsure about their stats
...pay for a mindless A.I software to generate headlines for you.
Starting today, you can take the guesswork out of writing email subject lines.
You can confidently write subject lines that influence your reader to click, read and act on your email.
It doesn’t matter what niche you’re in.
It doesn’t matter the kind of emails you want to write.
This swipefile plays on human psychological triggers supported by scientific research.
However, it has to be said…
A Price That'll Make You Question My Sanity
Hand on my chest.
I'm not losing it or anything like that.
I simply want this swipefile to be easily affordable for you.
It's the least I could do with the whole privacy change looming over us.
So, I've priced it at only $7.
But how much is it really worth?
Fact is, you determine that.
If you could consistently get an extra 10-20% to open your emails and buy from you, how much is that worth to you?
And maybe you’re wondering…
Honestly, there's none.
I simply wanted this to be easy-to-afford for anyone doing email marketing.
And at $7 only, it's an absolute no brainer.
If there was anything like a catch, it'd be the fact that I want you to get results with this product.
So if you were to come across my products in the future, you'd have no quarrel buying.
Basically, it's a win-win for both of us.
And I can proudly say that because this swipefile will improve your email open rates.
In fact, it must improve your email open rates.
If not, here's what you do.
Doesn’t matter if it’s $7 or $700, it hurts to spend money on a product only to end up disappointed.
I'm not going to sit here and say you're unserious about email marketing if you need guarantees to buy this.
Reading this far is proof enough for me.
So instead, I'm going to “put my money where my mouth is.”
If you're not absolutely thrilled with your purchase -- which I'm super confident you'll be -- let me know within 60 days.
Send a message to email@example.com, and you'll get a prompt and courteous refund.
Here’s to your email marketing success,
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