Email Swipe Files?

by 10 comments
Howdy,

Anyone have any resources they'd be willing to share in terms of pre-launch, launch, general babble email sequence swipe files?



Cheers.
#copy writing #email #files #swipe
  • Profile picture of the author Len Bailey
    What kind of product?
    • Profile picture of the author jukeboxhero
      Go sign up for the big name dudes in the industry... Then everyday enjoy as they send you excellent email copy to swipe.

      not rocket science really.
  • Profile picture of the author Sarah Harvey
    Vadym... well people do spend time collecting these emails over periods of months/years.

    Back in the day it all started with Terry Dean for me...then at some point I didn't have internet for ages and my old yahoo account got deleted and when I started it again in 2004 that is when I created an email account for everything internet marketing related.

    I remember some early subscriptions like:


    Sarah, CONGRATS! Your 1st Music Industry Success Mini-Course Issue Is HereTuesday, December 28, 2004 2:04 AM
    From: "Ty Cohen" <support@theindustryyellowpages.com

    or

    Sarah, Your 117 F.R.E.E. Gifts....Saturday, January 1, 2005 3:32 AM
    From: "117ChristmasGifts.com" <Webmaster@117ChristmasGifts.com>

    series etc. Also Barry Richardson, Shawn Casey, Dirk Dupon, Douglas Champigny, Christian Godefroy, Derek Gehl, Henry Gold, Angela Hoy, Jim Daniels, Michael Rasmussen, Tony De Bree, Isaac Johnson, Raamakant, S, David Zohar, George Pluss, Jeff Dedrick, Edmund Loh etc.

    I have 52068 emails now in this one email address all internet marketing related. A lot of stuff
    • Profile picture of the author Vadym
      Originally Posted by Copydog View Post

      Hi Vadym

      Have you checked out Bob Bly's (very inexpensive) product?

      "Bob Bly's Million-Dollar E-Mail Swipe File"

      Seems to be exactly what you're looking for.

      You can get it at bly.com via the "Products" link at the bottom of his home page.

      Kind regards

      Eldo
      Cheers partner, this seems to be exactly what I needed.

      Originally Posted by Sarah Harvey View Post

      Vadym... well people do spend time collecting these emails over periods of months/years.

      Back in the day it all started with Terry Dean for me...then at some point I didn't have internet for ages and my old yahoo account got deleted and when I started it again in 2004 that is when I created an email account for everything internet marketing related.

      I remember some early subscriptions like:


      Sarah, CONGRATS! Your 1st Music Industry Success Mini-Course Issue Is HereTuesday, December 28, 2004 2:04 AM
      From: "Ty Cohen" <support@theindustryyellowpages.com

      or

      Sarah, Your 117 F.R.E.E. Gifts....Saturday, January 1, 2005 3:32 AM
      From: "117ChristmasGifts.com" <Webmaster@117ChristmasGifts.com>

      series etc. Also Barry Richardson, Shawn Casey, Dirk Dupon, Douglas Champigny, Christian Godefroy, Derek Gehl, Henry Gold, Angela Hoy, Jim Daniels, Michael Rasmussen, Tony De Bree, Isaac Johnson, Raamakant, S, David Zohar, George Pluss, Jeff Dedrick, Edmund Loh etc.

      I have 52068 emails now in this one email address all internet marketing related. A lot of stuff
      I didn't realize junk mail from an inbox was such a valuable source of information that noone would be willing to share it - that's all
  • Profile picture of the author eugenedm
    do you guys know any courses?
    • Profile picture of the author Len Bailey
      Originally Posted by eugenedm View Post

      do you guys know any courses?
      Best one I know is Clayton Makepeace's Quick-Start Copywriting Course (formerly called The Ultimate Desktop Copy Coach). It ain't cheap, but it's damn good.

      As for Swipe Files...

      Glad you found what you were looking for. Here are a couple other resources ...

      1. Clayton's website now has a Swipe of the Week column on Fridays (to which I contribute). You'll find it at: www.makepeacetotalpackage.com

      2. I also strongly recommend http://www.infomarketingblog for classic swipes from the masters.

      3. For swipes of what's currently being used, get yourself on the same mailing lists as your prospects. For instance, if you're writing for financial/investment pubs, buy something from Weiss Research or Agora -- or at least sign up for their free e-zines. Same thing if you're writing for the health markets, or any other niche. If you see the same copy again and again, you know it's probably doing well (or else that the sender's a complete dumbass).

      Hope this helps,

      Len
  • Profile picture of the author Nicola Lane

Next Topics on Trending Feed