How many email sequences should I send?

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How many email sequences should I send to the subscribers after they opt-in to promote Clickbank products?


In which email can I pitch the offer?
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  • Profile picture of the author Aryana Altaha
    I'd say it definitely depends on the product you're promoting, but in general, there's no magic number. (edit by moderator) If there was a magic number, everyone would use it. So I'd say generally, for a rule of thumb, it's good to send at least 5 emails.
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    • Profile picture of the author Mamymilan60
      Originally Posted by Aryana Altaha View Post

      I'd say it definitely depends on the product you're promoting, but in general, there's no magic number. Igor Kheifets mentioned how he had successful campaigns that lasted 10 days with lots of emails but also successful campaigns that only lasted for 1 day with not too many emails. If there was a magic number, everyone would use it. So I'd say generally, for a rule of thumb, it's good to send at least 5 emails.
      Thanks

      I agree with you.

      I've noticed that most marketers recommend 5 or 6 emails
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    • Profile picture of the author Old Molases
      Yeah, i totally agree with Aryana. It totally depends upon the product that you are marketing. You can pitch you product in the first email only, and the rest emails should mention features, discounts, how can it solve the problems etc. There is no count of perfect number of emails but at least a drip campaign of 5 emails should be there.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jamell
    You definitely need to test to find out at what times and days are your optins at the highest rates .You might not have to send an email every day and if you do make sure you create balance .
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  • Profile picture of the author Brackwom
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    4-5 email sequences should you send.
    You can pitch the offer, it depends on what product are you promoting.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mamymilan60
    What is the ideal period to send emails?

    What is the ideal time interval between each email and the other?
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    • Profile picture of the author Diego Aguirre
      Originally Posted by Mamymilan60 View Post

      What is the ideal time interval between each email and the other?
      I know very successful email marketers that live by the rule of one email per day.

      The big difference I see is that some of those marketers recommend pitching twice a week (on average) and some others recommend pitching in every single email (which means every single day).

      Now, how to not ruin your list by sending promos only?

      In summary, by telling stories and disguising your promo as content... Infotainment in other words.
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Typically, I send 4 emails the first week and then 3 emails the 2nd week and every week following. In the 3rd week, I will introduce a new offer and only send 2 emails regarding the original offer. In the 4th week, I introduce a second new offer and only send 1 email regarding the original offer. In the 5th week, I just start rotating all offers I have available to promote.
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  • Profile picture of the author davistheraraavis
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    There is no universal number. It depends on the product or services you are selling, so you can test and find out your number and the right time according to your product or service. I would recommend sending 5 - 6 emails before pitching the offer. It will help you build trust and form a relationship. 5 emails give you enough space to cover a specific topic in each mail.
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  • Profile picture of the author Pintu45
    Sending a highly targeted email to a small list of hand-picked prospects that perfectly match your customer profile is much more effective than sending generic emails to thousands of poor-quality contacts.

    Plus, you can't send more emails than your email provider allows (see the limits for G Suite here - Email sending limits). But even if you comply with the ISP requirements, this doesn't guarantee that your bulk emails won't go straight to the SPAM folder.

    So, again, it's better to send a small number of emails per day, both in terms of deliverability and effectiveness.

    If we are talking about the number of emails in each sequence, the optimal number of follow-ups is 5-7.

    However, I wouldn't recommend focusing solely on emails. After all, making three or more touches with a prospect can help you get 28% higher MQL-to-SQL rates[1]. So, it's better to add other outreach channels as well, e.g. social media or voice calls, along with emails.
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    3, 7, 29½ ... here be the mutables powerin' the necessary undilootables.

    Sum people gaht zero time to choose between a zillion competin' fireshots.

    Flipside, many will read the promo equivalent of a novel.

    So I guess email is a LOCK rather than a key.

    Long as you can supply the key, you can define the natyoore of the lock.

    That is why nuthin' don't grab me real quick don't grab my time, but my Mom is forevah sendin' stuff ovah "might be of interest to you, dear" which I kinda might wanna read more bcs I trust her, even if it is the frickin' weirdest shit evah.

    (For anywan marketin' squirty, scenty foot spas, seems THIS IS YOUR TIME. For anywan buildin' lists in this areah, I can faithfully put you in touch with a whole buncha punk gals who want more from their feet than ragin' out all crazy.)

    So, the simplest way to summarise the points I been makin' in this downhome emailsy trail is ...

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    You can dig it up outta the ground, thrust it upon them from a variety of angles, an' keep dowin' so until 2785.

    They ain't frickin' intrested!

    What's the story?

    Who benefits?

    What's their ZITHER FACTOR?


    Sum people perfickly happy to let you pluck 'em off forevah.

    Othahs gonna say, "QUIT THE INTRUSION. EITHAH GET TO THE POINT OT IMA MUTE YO ASS."
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexgracias
    I'd say it completely depends on the product you're promoting, but in general, there's no particular number. If there was a number, everyone would use it. So I'd generally say it's good to send at least 4-5 emails.
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  • Originally Posted by Mamymilan60 View Post

    How many email sequences should I send to the subscribers after they opt-in to promote Clickbank products?


    In which email can I pitch the offer?

    According to Russel Brunson ( Founder of Clickfunnel )

    It is always better to send 6 emails in a sequence ( 1 mail per day for 6 days )

    Types of mail to send -
    • Welcome mail
    • Mail with a Backstory
    • Mail for epiphany
    • Benefits of product mail
    • Final upselling mail
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