Write emails that effectively persuade customers to click your email links.
Email recipients need time to study your offer before they decide to click through a link. So adding more than one link increases the chances they’d click through.
Write a value-based pre-header with a description of the number 1 benefit a client will receive when they click your link.
For example, “Manage all your clients on ONE platform - Managing a hundred different clients… With a million different platforms” targets the emotions of a reader who is overwhelmed and needs a single option.
Avoid pre-headers that include promotions, discounts, or new product updates.
For example, Copyhackers segment their emails to separately send resources relevant to writers and those relevant to growth hackers.
Focus on one topic per email to help with message brevity. Readers tend to skim, so you need to engage them with well-written messages that they’ll find pleasant to read.
A simple way to create an urgent CTA is to write in active voice, for example, “Get Your X” or “View Details.”
For example, the subject line, “We found something cool for you” should include content that is fun, friendly, continues with pronoun usage, and includes call-to-action buttons with active voice.