“I can’t get no satisfaction, I can’t get no satisfaction
‘Cause I try and I try and I try and I try …” ~ Rolling Stones
When my focus is on emailing and some memory comes rolling in saying connection is a must.
Well I try but it’s still a bust hey, hey, hey
I can’t get no satisfaction.
No one reads their emails. what a waste of time!
Not the reading but the folks who’ll never make a dime.
Cause they try and they try but hey hey hey
They don’t get no satisfaction.
The writer made the mails but they never made a dime
Well, they tried and they tried no one reads them on time
They still try and they try but Hey hey hey
They can’t get no satisfaction.
Please come on in and listen to member’s sad tale
How they tried and they tried but yet they still cry
No connection, didn’t try hey hey hey
They don’t get no satisfaction.
If you are reading my tale on the mailer wailers, you
are either the writer or the one crying hey hey hey
I don’t get no satisfcation.
If the message is not clear, will give you one more
time to hear
Hey hey hey here comes satisfaction!
Connect and share your woes, because everybody knows
That is how you’ll get satisfaction.
There is a lot of truth both funny and not so fortunate for
either the writers or the wailers. Excuses tend to run the
show. As a result, no one gets much satisfaction.
Whch one are you? A wailer about to make a positive change?
If you are then the rewards are many. Come try them and
enjoy the complete satisfaction that will be all yours.
See you inside.
Fran Klasinski – warriorlady
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It can be a losers conundrum to make the wrong decision to open or not to open their emails. The reasons are many as well though not well thought through for workable solutions. To be a loser is mainly because too many
people fail hugely by not reading emails in the first place.
- I really don’t need the distractions.
- I have so much to do
- Hmm this one looks interesting
- My sponsor? From what program?
If that sounds like you, any of them then you are probably speaking much like your leads and members do to your emails.
To begin with, knowing the way an email works best is a skill we all learn from the bottom up. From creating the right subject lines to engage new people, to the opening lines, to how to best use call to actions and the proverbial P.S is a learned art.
Organizing your emails
In the beginning there was …
- too much spam
- advertising I never asked for
- my mail going to spam
- gmail setting up strange categories
- just too darned frustrating all round
The biggest problem with email, from day one, is we are tracked. Every action we take is keystroked to become fodder for some advertising company. That is the price for free email delivery – lots of spam. Nothing is free in our world online or off.
Creating email labels vs. Filters
A folder label is where you can physically move mail you wish to save. A filter is an action set up that has gmail move the related mail automatically to the filter you create.
You can have both if you so choose but the filter is obviously the time saver you need to employ. However, you will still need to go into the filtered accounts occasionally to remove the mails that you do not wish to keep.
The power of the filter is you can delete all that spam and unasked for advertising that fills your account without concern of losing mail you need to keep.
Be careful here to make sure when you join any program, you immediately set up the filter that will save their mails to the filtered folder. You will readily know those emails by the confirmation mail you click on. That confirmation allows a company or company representative – your sponsor, to send you follow up emails.
Online trust is earned not a right. It goes both ways from sender to receiver, from receiver who responds. Keep that in mind when that confirmation link appears and you make that final decision. If the emails teach you how to use the program joined, then you are in control. If
the mails are not related then is the time to consider unsubscribing. Ignoring the confirmation mail is not a polite way to change your mind.
It can do you great harm.
How Does ignoring email comfirmations hurt?
In a program like Easy Business Builder, the excitement is to join the program itself and ignore the emails. Bad move! The emails are teaching emails that give you insights and how to do actions involving EBB. You
need them both for your learning and one thing many new people forget – so you can use those same emails to follow up with your new people.
I am aware that many email follow-ups are nothing short of sales letters that have little or no relation to the programs we join. Again, the best bet
is if they annoy you or are plain unwelcome, then unsubscribe. Be careful not to hurt yourself by ignoring confirmation mails. Who knows, they may be the exact ones you have been longing for.
Hourly Email Demands
Having so much to do that never gets done, is often the result of spending way too much time in emails. The hourly email demand, is self created and totally unnecessary. Automate your email work. Checking the results first thing, perhaps for expected updates in the middle of the day, and last thing before closing down is quite sufficient attendance to email claims.
As previously explained, email filtering is step one to saving valuable time that can be spent in other profitable marketing actions. As an affiliate email user, you have greater control in how you organize your overall time as well as regarding email.
Even owners can spend their time doing better marketing work. Delegate the email issues to support staff. Not only can they save you time, they can keep y0u on track with customer needs. Smart owners track HTML emails for starters thus can tell when you and I open their emails.
To Our Success,
Fran Klasinski – Warriorlady
Mentoring you with common sense
Marketing with finesse
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