A few days I received an e-mail from a reader:
The reader asked me, i) why did I study rhetoric at UC Berkeley? & ii) what is my current profession? This post may bore you, but this question couldn’t be asked at a better time because I haven’t written anything personal in a while. And, especially because I’m getting back into the writing game, it would be nice to write… something.
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My last post I talked about the pre product launch that should happen before you start pushing out your product to your e-mail list: you can read it here. In this post I want to tell you about the product launch formula I use when I launch a product for a brand.
I understand this isn’t an email marketing or business blog. However, this site is where I write my most intimate thoughts and this is just on my mind. I promise I’ll write something that strays away from business / email marketing next time. Till then. Thank you for reading.
How This All Started
Kipkay Kits was planning to add a new feature with additional products to its store. And, they wanted me to promote this product to their e-mail list. I was in a fortunate position because, as I stated in my last post, I already had a successful (30 % open rate) auto-responder that made it clear to users that we’re an active brand that will email you.
Therefore, I think it’s very important to know that you cannot (shouldn’t) implement a product launch to your e-mail list unless you’re already sending emails to them. You’ll be wasting your time otherwise because a product launch will require you to send 12-14 emails to your email list – in a span of a week. This means that your emails will most likely hit your user’s spam folder if your users are cold.
Now that you know how it all started, I’m ready to tell you the product launch formula I used and it’s actually pretty simple.
Continue reading “On Email Marketing: The Product Launch Formula (Part 2)”