Attention affiliate marketers, product owners and everyone who's fed up of taking up to an hour to write an e-mail:
Dear Affiliate Marketer,
You've been told, over and over, that the money is in the list.
And I'm sure you've seen a load of pages that make claims like "these days, I just dash out an e-mail and I know I'll have another $500 in the next couple of hours..."
So, let me ask you one question... does it really work like that for you?
You've got the list, and you know you need to mail it to make money, but actually getting those e-mails out is a lot harder than they made it sound.
They didn't mention the time you'd sit staring at a blank text editor, wondering just what to say. All your list wants is content - how are you supposed to mail an offer and not be instantly marked as a spammer?
And they didn't mention the times you'd end up not mailing after all, because it was just too much trouble.
Now, before we go any further, let me make one thing clear: it's not just you.
Heck, even professional writers get the same thing. Ernest Hemingway, who wrote 10 novels, said "Writing is easy. All you do is take a blank sheet of paper and stare at it until blood forms on your forehead."
I think we all know that feeling.
Let me introduce myself: my name's Neil Murton, and I've been the staff copywriter at DigiResults for the last 2 years. I wrote virtually every e-mail the company sent, pulling in well over $150,000 of affiliate commission.
Sometimes we'd send several e-mails in a single day, and originally I was spending up to an hour on every one.
But with the amount of e-mails we needed, there just wasn't enough time in the day for that, and I couldn't afford to skip. They HAD to be written, and they HAD to be sent.
And sure, I could have rushed them and sent out something substandard... but that just leads to unsubscribes, and a massive loss in clicks and sales...
Here's the thing: people respond to patterns.
You've probably noticed how pretty much every rom-com or action film has the same basic plot. The details don't matter, it's a story we respond to.
And the same is true of your e-mails.
If you've got the pattern right, if you're using a structure people are proven to respond to, the actual words don't make much difference.
And these days, this is the only way I write e-mails.
You see, with all the e-mails I'd written, I'd built up quite a collection. Some worked, some didn't.
But there were lots of similarities with the ones that did.
And now, I never need to plan how to start an e-mail. I never need to work out how to make the pitch.
It's all there, in the templates. Laid out in black and white.
This is my new writing process:
1. Check out the offer I want to promote
2. Pick the template that suits best
3. Fill in the blanks (takes about 15 minutes)
Using these templates is just like following a map. It's practically plug-and-play.
And now, I'd like to make them available to you.
So... 7 e-mails that can sell ANYTHING.
That's quite a big claim.
But that's the beauty of these templates. Because they're based on psychology and proven-response patterns rather than the latest 'fad' or 'trick', it doesn't matter what niche you're in.
Just make the case the template lays out for you. You'll get more clicks on your link, and more commissions in your account.
And most importantly, because the whole line of argument is laid out for you, you'll never spend another minute staring at a blank text editor, wondering where to start.
The path is there. All you need to do is follow it.
You don't have to be creative.
You don't have to be a great writer.
All you need to do is follow a plan.
That said, I know you might be thinking that's easy for me to say. After all, I write for a living.
But I'm not the only one to have used these templates. I've given them out to a few people in the past, and they've had results like this:
I tried Neil's first template to promote my book today, and the click-through rate has almost a 300% improvement over my best rate this year. That could still go up or down, but it's a brilliant start.
Peter Buick (peterbuick.com)
Fascinating book. I finished studying it, as well as your "48 Awesome Subject Lines" report, which by the way is also awesome, only to look up at the clock and see that it's already 3:30am here in California. They were good enough to keep me up way past my bed-time. :)
Haven't seen this kind of teaching in any of the other copywriting courses/books I've read.
Neil's templates are one of the best things I ever bought... they've let me completely outsource my e-mail marketing.
I've got to admit, when I put these templates together I didn't even consider outsourcing the whole job. But Aravindh did, and now he doesn't have to write anything if he doesn't want to.
Template #1: Old Faithful
When this book is on your shelf, you'll have seven different templates to use... but if I'm honest, you could just use this one. It works for any product, in any niche, and it'll create a click-pulling e-mail fast.
Tip: If you're ever unsure which template to use, go for this one. I use it for 4 out of 5 e-mails, and it pulls every time.
Template #2: The Mystery of the SEO Giraffe
Use a 'wrapped present' trick to get your prospects desperate to find out what's on the other side of the link... and the example will show you how I got one of my highest click counts ever, by lying about a giraffe.
Template #3: Sun Tzu Says So
This template shows you how to hijack authority from anyone you want... even if they're not in your niche. The example here shows you how I made 100 sales by quoting Sun Tzu. Yep, that Chinese general's been dead for centuries and he's still making sales for me.
Template #4: The Sexy Stapler
Ever noticed how some adverts sell products by putting someone pretty next to them? Seems it doesn't even matter what the product is... and in truth, it really doesn't. This template lets you use exactly the same trick in your own e-mails... and you won't need to hire a supermodel to do it.
Template #5: The Double Barrel
What's the best way to make more money out of a successful promo? Easy: hit it again. And when you hit it, use this template. It can follow any e-mail you like, keep your list happy (so no complaints you've mailed the same thing twice) and still drive a ton of high-converting clicks.
Template #6: The Better Mousetrap
Nothing is as interesting as something that's NEW. Everyone wants to have the latest gadget (you've seen those queues outside the Apple store on launch day, right?)
This template taps directly into the part of the brain that's looking for the next big thing, and pulls hundreds of clicks as a result.
Template #7: Shock And Awe
Use with caution. This e-mail is for when you want to set the dial to 'overwhelming' and have your list gasping from the shock. They will be stunned. They will be amazed. And they will click faster than ever.
These templates will provide a framework you can use to dramatically speed up your writing.
But if you're anything like me, you'll know how useful it is to see not just the framework, but the finished result.
So as well as the templates, I've included a set of e-mails I've written using them. E-mails that I actually sent, from my own archives. So there's no 'a good e-mail might look a bit like this...' rubbish. A good e-mail will look EXACTLY like what I'll show you.
Every one of these e-mails pulled hundreds of clicks and hundreds - or thousands - of dollars. And you'll have them readily available, and with my blessing to steal as many of my ideas as you like.
Now, before I start talking about the (very reasonable) price, I should make one thing clear...
It's not going to be for everyone.
So let me outline a few times when you're better off leaving empty-handed:
So there’s the ground rules:
If you’re looking for something you can go out and USE, you don’t have time for snake-oil and you’re planning on mailing affiliate products at some point, this’ll be a pretty good fit.
You'll have a template that will suit any offer you want to mail, you'll find writing your e-mails easier and you'll even start to have fun doing it.
Now, I said there was one more situation when you absolutely should not push that button.
And it depends on the answer to one important question: what’s your number?
Your number is how much you think you can make, long-term, thanks to:
So what is it?
Say 2 extra e-mails a week for the next year. Maybe even just the next few months.
If it’s less than 100 – if over all the extra e-mails you’ll be able to send, all the extra clicks you’ll get, and all the extra time you’ll have – if you can’t make more than $100, don’t download the templates.
But if your number’s higher – which, even if you retire from e-mail marketing in 6 months, only means an extra $1.92 per e-mail – then you’ve got the option to significantly multiply your earnings here.
Not to mention make it far easier to claim them.
Because this toolkit is available for only $97. Which is pretty reasonable for something that can revolutionize how you do e-mail marketing.
And no, there’s no hokey ‘valued at $9997’ rubbish. You know the value. You know your number.
And numbers don’t lie.
(Though just to remind you, you’re fully covered by the 30-day guarantee, so you’ve got plenty of time to give the templates a closer look before committing)
To get started, just click the button below:
So, the question you have to ask yourself is...
Even with a modest list, I'd like to think your answer would be 'yes'.
And frankly, even if the answer’s no, it should be worth that to halve (or better) the amount of time you spend writing.
After all, your time is the one thing it’s impossible to scale, so it’s also the most valuable resource you have.
Remember, Aravindh successfully outsourced his entire e-mail marketing operation thanks to these templates. He’s not had to write a single e-mail since he started using them.
You’re very close to never again needing to spend an age looking at that blank text editor waiting for inspiration. You’re very close to knowing how to promote to your list everyday without them losing interest.
All you need to do is click the add to cart button now:
Thanks for taking the time to read this letter. I hope you'll have a lot of success (and a much easier life!) with these templates, but either way, I wish you all the best for the future.
All the best,
P.S. If you've got this far, I imagine you're on the fence. All I can suggest in this case is that you give it a go. Check out the templates, see how much easier they make writing e-mails and how much more money you'll be able to pull in by using them.
And remember, you're fully covered by my 30-day guarantee. If at any point you don’t think they’ll not only make your marketing a ton easier but also make you more money at the same time, you can have your cash back.
Just click the button below for an instant download.