I thought I’d follow up the
with ’email subject lines that worked on me’ post . (NOTE: **Tim S. offers proven templates further down in the post. Be sure to score those.) advice and research from Copyblogger’s Tim Stoddart
A few more highlights from his
: November 10, 2020 post
7 out of 10 campaigns with emojis received more abuse reports. In your A/B tests, change just one variable at a time. Incorporate data in your subject lines.
Here’s hoping the holidays have yielded a few pleasant surprises for you all.
These are just a few points made during this
. YouTube Q. and A. by Drayton
Another favorite point (it wouldn’t fit on the infographic ;->):
“If you cannot find something interesting about what you sell –every day– there’s something wrong with you.”
Scroll to the
to learn of Drayton Bird’s accomplishments. bottom of this page
I like Samay’s work.
Extremely active on Twitter, he is the epitome of consistency.
His work isn’t fancy, but it gets to the heart of many side hustlers’ needs.
and took advantage of two of his freebies: his Gumroad store
Pinterest for Profit The One-Page Pinterest Domination Plan
Here’s hoping you find some helpful content.
Reminder: No one is giving me perks or $$ to promote. The sites look interesting and potentially valuable for folks looking to make some extra money. Even if the topics look overly familiar, the ideas and strategies behind them might be unique and more to your liking than others you’ve tried.
Sometimes, obvious stuff just flies right past you. (And by ‘you’, I mean ‘me’, but hey, why not drag someone else into my vortex of obliviousness?)
Somehow, despite having visited her website
and run across her books on Amazon, I’ve casually dropped the ball on highlighting her work. hustleandgroove.com
Sticking with my ‘back to the basics’ thread from
, here is Lise’s Spark #100 . methodical, thorough post on starting and maintaining a side hustle
I think her ‘action steps’ corresponding to each of the steps set this post apart from others with the same focus.
NOTE: This post is from 2017. I asked if it’s been updated. Still valuable, but something to keep in mind.
Lise’s Amazon Author’s Page Link
features Daniel Throssell of Side Hustle Nation podcast episode #404 PersuasivePage.com
Let your personality come through. (That’s Daniel’s #1 tip.) Create a lead magnet that folks will actually consume! Don’t ‘templatize’ [my term] your welcome email. Use personal stories, but keep them succinct. [Don’t evoke the ‘Ugh, this is filler!’ reaction.]
Gotta say, the Side Hustle Nation folks do a great job of listing the interview’s key points and their exact location for those of us who have an itchy fast-forward finger. Love that feature.
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I have followed Syed Balkhi of
wpbeginner.com since 2017 and his content is always focused and relevant.
You are bound to be helped by
this wide-ranging list , [posted April 2, 2020 by Mary Fernandez for Balkhi’s ] which consists of the following word categories: optinmonster.com
Greed Curiosity Sloth Lust Vanity Trust Anger Fear
There’s also a link to a cheatsheet for the 700 words.
Here’s hoping you’ll get a conversion boost in the next week!
Aaaaand, we’re back to a helpful resource from Pat Flynn.
Many folks need a little boost on their email marketing program.
Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income shares his A t this link, Playbook of Email Archetypes [So You Never Run Out of Emails to Send to Your List].