21 November 2022 |
Morgan J Ingram – How To Write Email That Sells (Content Legends Virtual Series)
By Daniel Murray
Morgan J Ingram is a marketer at the top of the B2B game and he’s opening up his email playbook. Grab a pen.
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How To Write Emails That Sell
Email marketing is a powerful tool for B2B marketers. However, writing emails that sell can be challenging. In this blog post, we will discuss how to write emails that sell for a marketing professional.
Start with a Strong Subject Line
The subject line is the first thing your recipient will see. It needs to be attention-grabbing and relevant to the recipient’s needs. Use actionable language and a sense of urgency to encourage the recipient to open your email.
Personalize Your Email
Personalizing your email can make a big difference in the effectiveness of your email. Use the recipient’s name and refer to their business or industry to make the email more relevant to their needs. Show that you have taken the time to understand their business and their challenges.
Focus on Benefits, Not Features
Instead of listing features, focus on the benefits of your product or service. How will it solve the recipient’s challenges or help them achieve their goals? Use examples and case studies to demonstrate the value of your product or service.
Keep it Concise and Clear
Keep your email concise and to the point. Use short paragraphs and bullet points to make the email easy to read. Avoid using jargon or technical terms that may be confusing to the recipient.
Include a Clear Call to Action
Include a clear call to action in your email. What do you want the recipient to do next? Whether it’s scheduling a demo, signing up for a free trial, or contacting your sales team, make it clear what the next step is.
Following up on your email is just as important as writing a great email in the first place. If the recipient doesn’t respond, follow up with a second email or a phone call to keep the conversation going.
In conclusion, writing emails that sell requires a combination of a strong subject line, personalized messaging, a focus on benefits, concise and clear language, a clear call to action, and effective follow-up. By following these tips, you can write emails that engage your audience, communicate your value proposition, and drive sales.