How to Start with Email Marketing

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Alright, it’s time to get serious about email.

No more kicking and screaming… you’re going to buckle down and do it this year!

So you log into that email app you downloaded from Shopify, pull up the template or two you created last year, move a few things around…

… go and grab a coffee…

…come back, and remember you’ve got like 5 different things that are probably more important than this right now. Email can wait till tomorrow.

Sound familar?

If you’ve been running an eCommerce business for any length of time, you’ve probably heard all the amazing stats on email marketing.

But let’s be honest. Even when you know what to do, getting great results with email is HARD.

Even worse, most of the information out there on building an email program is just random tactics thrown into a blog post. Things like:

You should be growing your list

You should be using abandoned cart emails

Your email should look beautiful

You should be segmenting your list

Avoid discounting

Offer discounts for opt-ins

Etc, etc, etc

Honestly, it’s not your fault if you can’t seem to cut through all the noise.

In order to be successful with email, you don’t need a lot of different tactics. 

You need a strategy. Something to bring all of these tips, tactics, and best-practices together.

Here at 100 Celsius, we have a specific framework that can shortcut your path to email marketing success (even if you’re starting from square one). We call it our ‘Active Lifecycle’ system.

Instead of throwing random tactics at the wall or spending hours slaving over one-off emails, this training will show you how to intelligently use automation to skyrocket profits with email, in a fraction of the time.

You can watch our free training on this system here, as well as schedule a no-obligation email strategy session to see if this would be a good fit for your store

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