Email Copy

  • 3 Ways to Develop an Engaging Voice in Your Content

    … Aspiring writers of the literary persuasion will be counseled to “find your voice.” It’s solid advice. You want your writing to pop, to be immediately recognizable as yours. Content developers receive similar guidance. They are often reminded of the billions of emails, millions of blogs, countless tweets, etc., competing for attention. The key…

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  • 6 Ways to Get Your Subject Line Noticed

    … providing the promise of a quick and easy read. 3. Use emojis Emojis have become a regular part of everyday digital communication, and it’s high time for email newsletters to incorporate them. According to a report, more than 50% of brands that used emojis in their email subject lines had higher unique open rates. Moreover, character space is pretty…

    Movable Ink Blogin EMail- 15 readers -
  • 9 Ways to Make Your Email Copy Conversational

    … your personality “If you only discuss your topic of expertise, you show yourself as a one-dimensional expert,” writes Copyblogger. “It’s kind of boring. Think about how you can inject your personality into your blog posts, emails, or sales copy.” Among their suggestions for doing that: • Share the mistakes you’ve made so your readers can learn…

    Movable Ink Blogin EMail- 15 readers -
  • Proofreading: Your 14-Point Email Copy Checklist

    … Raise your hand if you enjoy proofreading. Anyone? Yeah, proofreading isn’t much fun; however, doing it carefully is critical to finalizing accurate and effective email marketing copy. Below are 14 useful tips to help you find those typos before you hit “send.” 1. Shift into reverse “Catching errors can be challenging if you’ve read…

    Movable Ink Blogin EMail- 13 readers -
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