Email Copy That Sells the Power of Questions

Email Copy That Sells the Power of Questions

Email Copy That Sells the Power of Questions Well, I guess this could fall under the previous section, but it deserves its own section.

Questions always create curiosity. If someone asked you a question, you would most likely respond. When I use this approach, I get subscribers replying to my email!

Here are a few examples of how to use it in your subject lines:

  • Did you get your copy of this yet?
  • What is your favorite self-help book?
  • Did you get your download link?
  • What is your most burning question about Internet marketing?
  • Do you think this is a clever idea?
  • Did you hear the news?

Special Characters

If you want certain parts of your subject line to stand out, use special characters like (brackets).

Here is a list of special characters you can use and how to use each:

  • (brackets). Examples:

Subject line:

(NEW) 100 WordPress Video Tutorials

(LIMITED) one hundred WordPress Video Tutorials

  • [Square brackets]. Examples:

Subject line:

[NEW] 100 WordPress Video Tutorials

[LIMITED] 100 WordPress Video Tutorials

  • *Stars*. Examples:

Subject line:

*HOT* 100 WordPress Video Tutorials

*LIMITED* 100 WordPress Video Tutorials

  • “Quotation marks” Example:

Subject line:

100 WordPress “Video Tutorials”

  • Exclamation! Example:

Subject line: 100 WordPress Video Tutorials!

Best Wishes, Coyalita

See Tomorrow: Using Intrigue and Curiosity”

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