7 day follow ups

30 Done for You email follow up campaigns

We provide 30 complete 7-day campaigns on the following popular marketing topics

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Here is the selection of 30, high converting 7 part follow up messages

Affiliate Marketing



Brand building

Coaching Programs

Digital Product

Ebook Creation

Email marketing


FB Ads

FB Live

High ticket product launch

IM Business models

Inner Greatness

Lead generation


List building

Membership sites

Niche marketing

Overcoming excuses

PLR Profits

Product launch

Sales Funnel


Social media advantage

Social media domination

Social media marketing

Streaming profits

Successful you

Webinar profits

Here is an example of a couple of messages for our membership offer

Day 1Subject: [fistname], Thanks for signing up!

]Dear [firstname],

Thanks for signing up to my short e-course on starting and running your own membership site.

Over the next week or so I’m going to be sending you a lot of information, so be sure to check your inbox every day and mark my messages as “important”.

You might also want to set aside some time every day to read the messages and act on the information.Having your own membership site is probably one of the best types of site you can have.

Done properly, it can provide you with a healthy income, and can give you an asset to sell on later; in fact, if you’re the sort of person who likes starting a business more than running one, there’s nothing to stop you from starting a membership site, building it up, selling it, taking the profit and knowledge you’ve acquired and rolling it over into a new membership site in a different niche.

Be warned though: starting and running a membership site isn’t a walk in the park! It takes time, effort and commitment – especially in the early days when you don’t have many members and aren’t making much (or any) profit.

I’ll talk more about all this over the coming days, but if you’d like to get a head-start, I’ve put together a fact-filled, quick start guide to building and running your own membership site. You can read all about it here: [link to sales page].Sincerely,[Your Name]PS. Tomorrow I’ll go into more details about why it makes sense to start your own membership site.

Day 2Subject: You know it makes sense, [firstname]

Hi [firstname],It makes a lot of sense to start your own membership site.

First off, it gives you a regular, recurring income. As long as the members stay subscribed, the money will roll in month after month, year after year.

Your membership site also gives you another fantastic asset as a bonus: A list of subscribers. When used properly, this list could be even more valuable than the membership site itself.

Why?Because these are people who know and trust you.

They’re used to listening to what you have to say. This means they’re going to be more inclined to purchase other products and services from you. These could be your own products, or other people’s products being sold as an affiliate.

Heck, one type of business model (more about those tomorrow) is to give away memberships to your site for free just to get subscribers on to your list. You can always monetize the site itself by selling advertising – but I’m getting ahead of myself here.Another way to make money with your membership site is to sell it.

Seriously, People will pay good money for an established membership site. They don’t want the hassle of starting one from scratch.But the thing is… Once you’ve started one membership site, and built it up to be successful, it’s very easy to repeat the formula over and over again in any niche you choose.

Indeed, some people make a good living starting membership sites, getting them ready to launch and then “flipping” them before they’ve even signed up a single member.More tomorrow!

Warmly,[Your Name]

PS. I go into a lot more detail in my membership site quick start guide.

Get you copy now from [link to sales page]

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