Selling Through Email

28th April 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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This FREE content webinar will teach you everything you need to make your sales message work to sell through email.

About this Event

Many people struggle with messaging and emails, as they think it’s all been done before.

What they don’t understand is the power of the content they could create.

We will teach you how to get people interested in what you’re doing.

Throughout the session we will tackle:

• Creating your content and how to make an impact through email

• How to write copy that sells

• How to separate yourself from the crowd

• Leveraging pain points to create a compelling proposition

Content marketing isn’t just for social media managers, anyone with internet access and motivation can make it work for them.

Register for Free now and unlock the insights you need in order to start making content that works for you.


28th April 2021
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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