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Making the Most of Email Marketing Sequences



Making the Most of Email Marketing Sequences

Making the Most of Email Marketing Sequences | Lisa Anne Coaching

Continuing on the theme from last week of email lists…

Let’s dive deeper into email marketing and break down the different types of email sequences that can help you build strong relationships with your email subscribers.

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Why Email Marketing is Essential

First, let’s talk about why email marketing is such an essential tool for your business.

Not only does it allow you to reach your target audience in a way that builds a relationship, but it can also boost the results within your business.

Whether that means more product sales or more booked appointments, email marketing can help you achieve those goals.

The Four Types of Email Sequences

Now, let’s break down the four types of email sequences you can use to nurture and build relationships with your email subscribers.

The Welcome Sequence

The welcome sequence is one of the most important emails you will ever send out because it sets the tone for your relationship with potential clients or customers.

Think of it as the very first impression, so it definitely counts.

In this sequence, you can deliver your lead magnet or freebie, introduce yourself, answer questions, and position yourself as an expert that they can trust.

The Follow-Up Sequence

The follow-up sequence comes in handy when you’ve already sent out your welcome sequence and asked someone to book an appointment with you for a free discovery call.

If you didn’t close the deal on that initial call, the follow-up sequence can help you follow up with prospects.

You can thank them for the call, answer their questions, provide information on how to move forward and check in to see if they want to move forward or if you should continue to follow up with them.

The Onboarding Sequence

Once you’ve closed the deal, the next email you’ll typically send is a welcoming email that onboards them into your business.

As your business grows and scales, the onboarding process can become repetitive.

You can automate this process through a specific email sequence that includes welcome emails, directions on how to access your program, and motivational emails to keep them engaged.

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The Value Sequence

Lastly, the value sequence is all about providing value to your subscribers.

This can include educational content, tips, tricks, and exclusive offers. This sequence can help build trust and establish you as an authority in your industry.

Automating Your Email Marketing

Automating your email sequences can save you time and ensure that you don’t forget to follow up with potential clients or customers.

By using an email services provider like ActiveCampaign, GoHighLevel, or Mailchimp, you can automate your email sequences and focus on other areas of your business.

Email marketing is a powerful tool that can help you build relationships with your audience, boost results within your business, and automate repetitive tasks.

By using the four types of email sequences we talked about today, you can effectively nurture and build relationships with your email subscribers.

If you’re interested in learning more about email marketing and the different email sequences you should have set up within your business, click here to download my free guide!

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