Writing Autoresponders

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Hi all...

I've recently fallen in love with writing copy.

Specially' for my list.

I'm trying to follow Andre Chaperon's Soap Opera methods. It seems to jive with me.

My question...does anyone know of any similar products to Autoresponder Madness?

Good quality AR copywriting stuff. And preferably stuff that's not closed for sale etc. (if I find a cracker, I'd like to suggest it to my people).

Thanks in advance for your help.

Jamie
#autoresponders #writing
  • There's nothing really like ARM, it's pretty unique, but there are other email copywriting courses. Perry Belcher's Secret Selling system is a bit like ARM but it covers more than just email marketing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ajwalton99
    Check out Ben Settle, his email training
    is really good.
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  • Profile picture of the author jamielynch
    Thanks for all of the input peeps...this is all good stuff!
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  • Profile picture of the author CopyMonster
    A couple more for your consideration:
    • Jay White's "Autoresponder Apprentice" (it may go under another name now) published with AWAI is good.
    • As is Daniel Levis' "Email Alchemy" (I think with the latest launch he gives you templates.)
    And a bonus one...
    • Matt Furey's "Tao of Writing Email That Sells" contains some good tips. This one is less of a system, and more a collection of ideas.
    PS. Second the recommendation on Ben Settle. To get a taste of his style, look up his blog and subscribe to his list.
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    Scary good...
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    • Profile picture of the author Jay White
      Originally Posted by CopyMonster View Post

      A couple more for your consideration:
      • Jay White's "Autoresponder Apprentice" (it may go under another name now) published with AWAI is good.
      • As is Daniel Levis' "Email Alchemy" (I think with the latest launch he gives you templates.)
      And a bonus one...
      • Matt Furey's "Tao of Writing Email That Sells" contains some good tips. This one is less of a system, and more a collection of ideas.
      PS. Second the recommendation on Ben Settle. To get a taste of his style, look up his blog and subscribe to his list.
      Thanks for the plug CopyMonster--we actually updated Autoresponder Apprentice recently with a new name--"Email Copy Made Easy"--and we added a bunch of cool stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    A lot depends on the type of autoresponder emails you want to write.
    ARM is a great choice. Cannot comment on any other ones. But
    most deal with autoresponders emails used in a newsletter style.

    -Ray Edwards
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    I hope Settles' products are better than his ebooks on Kindle. I grabbed a couple based on the raves he gets on the WF. The ones I have are mostly unreadable. They seem like he took an audio or video soundtrack, had them directly transcribed and uploaded them unedited.

    To be fair, he does have some articles on AWAI's site that are head and shoulders above his ebooks.

    If Jay's course is up to the same quality standards as the other AWAI courses I've seen, it's a no brainer.
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