Now that you’ve decided to lean into your new Email Marketing strategy, the first question that probably popped into your head was…
So what the heck do I write?
The answer to that question will be different for you than anyone else. Why? Because we are all unique and so are our businesses.
However, a good email series rule of thumb for every Email Marketing strategy, is to start by saying, Welcome!
That’s what this training is all about.
Real quick, let’s get some introductions out of the way, shall we?
Welcome! Nice to meet you!
I’m Kelly Gabel and I am a multi-passionate entrepreneur.
My mission is to take you from Overwhelmed to Empowered through your Business Process and Automation Transformation.
I know what it’s like to start a business and then wake up one day and realize that running a business is NOTHING like you thought it would be!
I’ve got you!
Your unique talents and voice are so needed in the world and I am honored to have the opportunity to help you take the first steps towards creating the business you actually want!
The rest of the training in this Email Marketing series can be found here:
How To Choose Your Email Marketing Platform
Create the Email Automation Framework of Your Welcome Series
For more free business training, come join me over on YouTube! You can leave comments there with specific tools and training you need.
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That’s where these trainings started and that’s the best place to join in the discussion!
I sincerely hope you hop over there! I would love to connect with you personally!
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**When I am comparing multiple platforms in one post, the double (**) indicates the platform I am currently using for my business.