Getting people to visit your website is one thing. Getting them to buy your products is quite another. But an email list can play a huge role in this. By constantly building your list, you can send out useful information and tips to build a relationship with your audience and encourage more sales.
“Jon has helped with writing sales emails, notably one campaign to 15,000 qualified leads without prior experience of my company. It received a 27% Open rate and a 56% Click Through Rate. Very happy with his communication and advice.”
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Types of Emails I Write
Emails come in many shapes and sizes, and I write them all. My email service is primarily for e-commerce stores, but I also write emails for SMEs in many industries. Here’s a quick rundown of the types of emails I write most often:
Autoresponders: As soon as you’ve managed to get a signup to your list, don’t delay. Send them an autoresponder series packed full of useful information to welcome them to your list and get them in the habit of opening your emails.
Newsletters: Send a regular weekly or monthly newsletter to your subscribers featuring valuable information, new product arrivals, lifestyle tips and more.
Sales Emails: Send straight-up sales emails to generate sales for a specific product in your store. Short, punchy and with one specific aim, they can help to give your sales a serious boost.
Amazon Review Request Emails: If you sell on Amazon, make sure you’re getting as many reviews as you can by contacting your customers and asking for feedback. There is a very specific way to do these without breaking the rules, but get them right and they can be highly effective.
Standard Rate for Emails
Emails vary in price depending on length and content. However, I usually charge a set rate of $35 / £25 per email when ordering a batch of 5 or more. I rarely write one-off emails, however, and I prefer to work on ongoing campaigns.
Latest from the Blog
Check out my latest posts for tips and advice on all things related to copywriting, including emails.
I work for a wide range of clients, but they can typically be broken down into two distinct groups: ecommerce stores and SMEs.
If you have your own store and you want to start up or improve your email copywriting, I can help. If you run an agency and you are looking for a new copywriter to add to your team, I’d love to hear from you.
Whatever you’ve got planned, get in touch with me today to talk about your emails and get a quote.