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Event launch email sequence

You have heard that an email list is where it is at. And you started one, but what the heck do you write them? That is why I created these emails for you. You have an event, now you need it filled! This sequence is all about marketing your event and getting it filled. So when you get your event set, announcing it, doing early bird sales, introducing bonuses, pushing ticket sales, a last minute push and then how they can get details if they didn’t attend.


This template contains six emails that are copy and paste, you just fill in the highlighted areas with your information and they are ready to go! It comes in a .doc format so it can be read with word, open office, pages or even google docs.

Nurture email sequence

You have heard that an email list is where it is at. And you started one, but what the heck do you write them? That is why I created these emails for you. One thing that I always struggled with was what to start with. This sequence is all about the nurture. So when you get a new subscriber, how to introduce yourself, how to connect with them and then make sure they get what they are looking for so that they continually open your emails.

This template contains six emails that are copy and paste, you just fill in the highlighted areas with your information and they are ready to go! It comes in a .doc format so it can be read with word, open office, pages or even google docs.

Upsell email sequence

You have heard that an email list is where it is at. And you started one, but what the heck do you write them? That is why I created these emails for you. One thing that I always struggled with was the upsell. This sequence is all about the upsell. When you get a new sale, most of the time it is for a lower ticket item. So how do you get them to purchase a higher ticket item? This sequence is your ticket! It walks through congratulating them on their purchase, why they should look at the other product, and then gives an option of a coupon with a deadline.

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