Once you start getting great traffic from Pinterest, and your email list starts growing, it can be kinda stressful to come up with how to write emails each week. How do you get content to write in your email?
It’s so hard to just stare at a blank screen, and try to think of something you already haven’t written. Here are my tips on how to write weekly emails.
How to Write Emails Each Week
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Other Ideas on How to Write Emails Each Week
If you write one blog post a week, then send them an email about your blog post. Put the highlights in the email, then link up the post to read more.
Do you do weekly Facebook lives in your free group? Do you create YouTube videos? Send them the link to those.
Student Highlights or Testimonials
Another idea is to send an email about a “star student” or testimonial . This is a great email for proof about your product, and may even make a sale!
Did something completely random just happen and you could tie it into your business? Type it up in a note, and send it out next time you need an email idea.
Yes! Send an email exclusively highlighting one of your products or services! Don’t do this every time, but once a month is great if you’re adding value 3 other weeks of the month.
Writing weekly emails doesn’t have to be complicated and they don’t even have to be long! In fact, personally, I prefer shorter emails! Most readers do too!
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