If you want to build a profitable business, email marketing is a must. But what should you write in your email copy? And can you ensure people actually read it?

In this episode, business coach Nadia Finer shares her tips on crafting email marketing copy that people want to read.

Here’s what you’ll learn in this episode:

  • Nadia Finer’s business story - from marketing strategist to business coach
  • How to focus on building an email list of people who want to hear from you
  • Ways to write emails that people look forward to receiving
  • Why everything that happens to you is a content opportunity
  • Tips on how to tell compelling stories in your email marketing
  • Why unsubscribes shouldn’t be considered as a bad thing
  • The importance of coming up with effective email subject lines

Key resources

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