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3 Tips on Writing Better Email Copy
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By: Tj Philpott Email Article
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Every online marketer can use tips on writing better articles, blog post, press releases you name it but there is one area often overlooked. Most anybody working online is familiar with the need to build a list but it is what you do with your list that will have the greatest impact on your business. Ultimately the success of your email based marketing campaign will be determined by your copy writing when making contact with list members. If your sales copy is not engaging or fails to get your message across your efforts will likely be wasted.

Here are 3 fast and easy copy writing tips you will want to follow when composing any emails to be sent to your list members.

Stay on Point

Every email you send out to your list will have a specified reason or point for why you are sending it. It is important to not try and cover more than just ONE topic or point in ANY email. Remember to also to keep as short as possible!

State the reason for your correspondence right up front and get to your point as quickly as possible. Considering that you were lucky enough to have the recipient open the mail in the first place you certainly do not want to abuse or waste the readers' time.

Provide Useful Information

It is recommended NOT to send promotional materials to your list members every time you make contact. It is important to also send them content that is useful in some form or fashion.

An email based marketing campaign requires that you also 'manage' your list insofar as you need to keep them happy. The last thing you want to do is give them the impression that EVERY email from you will be promoting something. This relationship is 'give and take' and you MUST be helpful if you expect for list members to make purchases with you.

Maintain a healthy 'mix' of nothing but useful content in your campaign to keep your subscribers opening your mail and not opting out.

The Need for a Call to Action

When you are promoting something to your list your sales copy should be compelling and persuasive enough to get your readers' attention. Once again remember it is an email so you do not have a lot of time to get your message across.

Perhaps the single biggest component of any promotional mailing is the call to action. You must clearly tell the reader what it is you want them to do. After they have read through your sales copy you MUST tell them what they need to do next. In most cases you are sending them a link therefore tell them to 'go here now' or 'click on this link' to receive the benefits you have tempted them with.

Gaining tips on writing anything from articles to press releases is of great value when working online and most especially when composing emails. A very important component of any online business is the email based marketing campaign which will only be successful if your sales copy is effective. Let's face it when you build a list your intentions are to promote to these people but your success will require good copy writing skills. The 3 tips shared here are easy to implement and are based upon making your emails concise and to the point. By following these guidelines it will make your messages easier to read and understand while also supplying useful information for your list members. This will result in people being more appreciative of the information they are receiving and thereby more receptive to your promotional offers and.

TJ Philpott is an author and Internet entrepreneur based out of North Carolina. For more tips on writing effective email messages and other types of content you may use in your online marketing campaign and to also receive a free instructional manual that teaches valuable niche research techniques visit:

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