varunpratap wrote:And how do you get them to click through to your site?
I can talk about it but it'd take ages.. Jimmy D brown has a course on it.. It's amazing course kind of costly(290 USD)
varunpratap wrote:How often do you put your links in the email?
Always. I do not prefer long emails. and My CTR is pretty good
varunpratap wrote:Where do you put them and why?
Didn't get you.... normally if I have a 8-10 line of message, then my link would be around 6-7th line.
varunpratap wrote:What CTRs do you get?
my 2nd email in series gets around 30%
My 3rd email in series gets around 25%
right Now this is new list.. and I m having trouble with my 4th/5th in the series... may be bad headline.. I'll have to check that..
Like I said I m still learning..
varunpratap wrote:If you send an email, how much traffic do you get to the advertised site on average?
I just started building list so the traffic isn't that good... It'd be fun when I'll be able to have 2-3k people in my list...
Have you tried putting the link into a longer email several times? Is your method of short email plus link better?
Nietzsche wrote:So this mean little trick works at increasing the actual reading rate? It sounds reasonable, though. They learn that they want to read your emails. It's a bit mean. But it sounds like it could work. I'll give it a try. Thanks a lot!
J.Tabor wrote:You'll know if you have a good relationship with your subscribers when you no longer have to use teaser subject lines , your open % rate dont dont drop and the time it takes most of your subscribers to open it from the time you send an email remains satisfactory with you .
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