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The Email Marketing Show Podcast

Bottomless Email Content To Promote Your Courses And Programs

promote your courses

Wouldn’t it be nice to never ever run out of new ways to promote your courses and programs?

Do you find it hard to come up with emailing your list more often without being repetitive and boring?

We’re sharing some awesome strategies you can use to promote your memberships and courses almost every day with effortless email content. That’s right, we’re making your life easier and your emails more effective!

Let’s dig in…

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Email Content To Promote Your Courses And Programs

Episode Content

  • (2:01) Do you feel the same way as Nic?
  • (3:12) Is this standing in the way of your progress?
  • (4:02) The alternative way to implement the daily email strategy.
  • (5:54) Let’s talk about YOUR membership program!
  • (6:55) How to brag about your membership to the non-members on your list.
  • (8:15) An effortless way to send 3-4 emails per week.
  • (9:23) Bonus call to action, without the need for a shoehorn.
  • (10:05) Time to apply this to your courses…
  • (12:24) If it’s interesting on social media, then it’s interesting in the inbox.
  • (14:12) Subject line of the week

Subject Line Of The Week

Episode Resources

7.5 Types Of Email Call To Action You’ll Actually Use – Blog Post
The Email Marketing Strategy Every Business Should Steal – Blog Post
6 Techniques To Segment Your Email Subscribers – Podcast Episode
Writing The Perfect Welcome Email With Gavin Bell – Podcast Episode

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