Email Funnels for Health and Wellness / ep103
Ahhh! Emails! I thought maybe 10 years ago we all thought emails would die but they never did and if anything, they’ve become one of the stronger marketing strategies. It is just such an intimate and lovely way to connect with our audiences, right?
This week on the podcast I got to talk to Liz Willits of AWeber about some advanced email strategies for health and wellness businesses.
Listen to podcast episode 103 here:
Specifically we get into the following topics:
Some easy opt-in ideas to consider
How to set up a welcome funnel
What to do when you don’t know what to send
How to recycle content without it feeling weird
About Liz and AWeber
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More about Liz:
Liz is a professional copywriter and editor who creates successful and popular blog posts, landing pages, and email automation campaigns for AWeber, one of the world’s leading email marketing and automation platforms. Over the past 5 years, she’s sent hundreds of emails to millions of subscribers. She’s constantly scouring the email data of the “best of the best,” and she knows what works and what doesn’t when it comes to growing your business with the help of email. She is a Senior Content Marketing Specialist at AWeber.
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