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7 Great Tips for a Super Email Subject Line

Published on 9/14/2017
For additional information  Click Here

Before we get started, I want to make sure that you have

downloaded your free copy of Traffic Travis, which is an
essential software tool for driving more traffic to your
site, boosting your SEO, and ultimately making more sales.

==> Traffic Travis

Email marketing is huge, so let's dive in and take a
closer look at what it can do for you.

It's no secret that email marketing is the cornerstone of
every good affiliate marketing business.

However, one thing that gets overlooked time and again is
the all-important subject line. That simple, ~35-character
line of text is the first thing that your readers will see
and will almost always determine if they open the email.

Sure, you need to make your case in the email itself, but
if they don't open it, what good does it do? So, to make
your life easier, I've included 7 tips to help you create
the perfect subject line.

1. Simplicity - People read email on their phones, in
small windows, or on the go. A 40-character subject line
may be powerful, but it might not appear in full and it
takes a while to read. Short, simple statements can be
extremely powerful.

Powerful email subject lines can be as simple as "Have you
seen this?" People are immediately interested and you
didn't need to write 40 characters.

2. Lists - Telling someone exactly what they'll get out of
your email can also be highly effective. A Top 5, 7, or 10
list can be very useful in this regard.

Just make sure you follow through on the promise. Actually
use a list and provide valuable tips in the email.

3. Put Important Information First - Be sure to include
the most compelling words at the start of your subject
line.

You'll attract the readers attention straight away,
and it won't matter if the end gets cut off in their
inbox: they'll still see the most important part.

4. Controversial or Cliffhanging - Something that makes a
vague promise and trails off can be incredibly powerful.
For example, "It's not your fault" or "It's cancelled ..."
can be extremely intriguing without saying much.

Just be sure to follow through on the theme. Don't just
write whatever gets them to open the email and then leave
it at that. You'll need to follow through with the promise
of the message.

5. Dangle a Solution - If you know your readers have a
specific problem or if you've already promised them
solutions on your squeeze page, your subject line is a
prime place to make the promise of a solution for that
problem.

If they are trying to train their dog to stop biting, you
could "Stop Your Dog Biting Now With This Proven Tip"
You've just specified their problem and implied you
have the solution.

6. Tell a Joke - You can always be funny. Simple levity
goes a long way toward getting someone to open a message
that they might otherwise ignore.

Remember, it still needs to be short, and relevant to
the content within the email itself.

7. Avoid Gimmicks or Cliches - The quickest way to get a
message tossed in the junk bin is to use a cliche or
gimmick that they've seen a million times in other
messages.

Avoid using spam triggers like "Free" or "Act Now" and
don't say anything too cheesy like "This will change your
life ..." or "You'd better sit down ..."

Look through your own spam folder. If you see anything
that looks similar, start over. Aweber is useful here, as
it will provide you with spam scores to tell you what
might get flagged in your message.

A good subject line in your email is the bridge you need
between the gathering of their email addresses and the
eventual sale of your affiliate opportunity to them.

If you cannot get them into your email and interested in
your opportunities, conversions are going to become very
tough.

Don't forget--Traffic Travis is your free "do-all"
solution for boosting site traffic, search rankings, and
more.

==> Traffic Travis

 

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