Today, I’ll give you access to one of the emails I sent to my newsletter. I don’t usually publish my emails, but this one seemed to be loved by many of my subscribers.
Have you ever wondered how to write your blogpost, ebooks, reports, sales pitches, and about anything you want to in half the time?
Here’s everything you need to know to make this happen.
Here’s the deal, email marketing is one of the most powerful tools to make money online.
See, the reality is that, email has become the number one way to have direct access to people’s brain and souls. You can truly build a special bond with your subscribers.
There’s no other tool that, with a couple of clicks and edgy words, can help you make so much money.
Ok… ok… ok… we have Facebook Ads and Google Ads.
But that cr*p cost a lot of money, and not everyone wishes to learn how to create ads or pay for it.
Having an email list is nearly free.
I say nearly because the full cost is the money you pay for the email marketing software and the time you invest in writing the email.
So, without further ado, how do you write an email in half the time?
Talk about ONE topic alone.
Stop trying to cram a lot of stuff into one email. Most people’s attention span is low, so the fewer subjects you write about, the better. This also helps you, as is simpler to write about ONE single idea.
Sit down and write.
Forget about opening other Chrome tabs, and having music in the background… only write. No music, no tabs, no wasting time. Focus!
I recorded myself writing this email. Meaning, I’m trying to write the email against the clock. My goal is to write it under 20 minutes, but I’m sure I’ll be able to write in less time. Here’s a challenge for you: open your smartphone’s timer and add 20 minutes to it. Press start and write.
Write about the things you know.
There’s no need to try to impress your subscribers with fancy ideas. Stick to what you know, as it’s easier to write about stuff that doesn’t take too much mental effort (because you already know the topic).
Forget about grammar and logical sequence.
You achieve “perfection” during the editing phase. Stop worrying about grammar and write.
Edit. Edit. Edit.
You create masterpieces during the editing phase. Only edit after you’re done writing.
When you run out of ideas, write everything that comes into your mind.
Yup… I ran out of ideas, so I wrote this tip (hahaha).
And that’s all you need to know about writing an email (or anything) in record time.
Watch the full video here.
Until next time.
– Jose Rosado