How to Nurture Your Email List Over the Long Haul (Co-Pilot Show – April 20th 2021)

Learn how to build and nurture your email list over the long haul with our special guest Christina Ethridge and our UpViral Expert Mitch Aunger!

1. Christina’s introduction
2. Writing a perfect Subject Line
3. Subject Line Formula
4. Writing the Body first
5. The ideal number of words
6. How many images to include
7. How many links to include
8. Using email templates
9. Uses of emojis
10. Sending emails after the campaign
11. What to include in emails
12. Tracking open rates
13. The Best way to warm up the cold leads
14. Q&A
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