Writing Email for Auto responders.

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I am not very good at writing. So with that said I am looking for help from anyone that would know of a good place to go to get prewritten emails for an auto responder. I don't even know if there is such a thing but I could use some help with this.
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  • Profile picture of the author ochaim
    You can find some plr autoresponders that you can use as a template or as inspiration to get ideas. Most of the good plr providers have them on offer.

    One that comes to mind is tiffany dow. Really top notch plr, even if its not your niche, use it as a guide for how to structure your topics and sequence.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author rmolina88
    Definitely outsource this or find a good WSO with pre-made autoresponder messages.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by CaliGirl12 View Post

    I am not very good at writing. So with that said I am looking for help from anyone that would know of a good place to go to get prewritten emails for an auto responder. I don't even know if there is such a thing
    There is, but it's for people who don't mind pretty low open-rates, I think.

    You have to engage your subscribers with a personal touch. That's really what typically determines your income.

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    Originally Posted by CaliGirl12 View Post

    I am not very good at writing.
    It doesn't show? This is something you can learn, probably? One has to acquire skills!
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    • Profile picture of the author Anomalous
      Originally Posted by Alexa Smith View Post

      You have to engage your subscribers with a personal touch. That's really what typically determines your income.
      I agree with Alexa here. An idea for you:

      If you do find pre-written content that you like, rewrite it in your own words paragraph by paragraph. The practice writing, and getting your own voice to come through is a critical piece of list marketing.

      I think you'll find by doing this as an exercise, you will "tickle the muse." The creative part of you that is perfectly capable of writing will wake up.

      It is important to adopt a certain mindset when you write to your subscribers. You've probably noticed that while you poke around this forum you sometimes see someone posting a question that you know you can answer. I bet you don't find it hard to write under those circumstances, am I right?

      You create a mental obstacle for yourself when you believe the purpose of your writing is to sell something. When you write your subscribers your purpose is to sincerely help someone, just the same as when you answer a question for someone in this forum.

      Start each message you write by framing a question in your mind, as though your subscribers have asked you for help with something. Then write your response. Weave whatever offer you're promoting into your response.

      Its actually not hard, its just finding the right mindset.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jgmurray
    I don't understand? Your english is excellent. Your grammar is excellent. I can tell from your post that you have an excellent command of the english language. I suspect you probably only are lacking in confidence and possibly a little momentum.

    My advice to you would be to suggest sit in front the computer and starting writing about something you have an interest in. I'll bet you are a much better writer then you realize.

    If you are looking for help with structure of your emails, just join a few successful programs lists in your niche and watch the structure of their emails.

    Write your own stuff, you can clearly do it.
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  • Profile picture of the author PrestonPilgrim
    Like everyone else said... just do it yourself and you will develop the skills to master email marketing. ( your english and writing already seems good enough )

    You will definitely get a better open rate in the long run and you know what that means if your ever selling something...$$$

    Doing this also brings a personal touch and creates rapport with your readers... which is very important.

    ... Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author Joey Starkey
    Originally Posted by CaliGirl12 View Post

    I am not very good at writing. So with that said I am looking for help from anyone that would know of a good place to go to get prewritten emails for an auto responder. I don't even know if there is such a thing but I could use some help with this.

    I agree with Jgmurray, your writing is fine an awful lot better then mine.
    Is is just the structure of the emails that you need? If that is it grad a good set of PLR emails and rewrite the a little. I am constantly re writing my emails anyway. Adding this and that, always tweaking.

    If nothing else write a set and hire someone to review them.

    But I like Alexa's statement

    Originally Posted by CaliGirl12
    I am not very good at writing.

    It doesn't show? This is something you can learn, probably? One has to acquire skills!

    Best of Luck......YOU CAN DO IT!
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  • Profile picture of the author nicholasb
    you don't have to be a professional writer to write an email. the wall street journal and most newspapers are only written at a 4th and 5th grade level.

    Just write as you would talk, then read it out loud when your done to make sure it sounds ok.
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    • Profile picture of the author robestrong
      I have some emails on hand in case I ever need them, but I've never used them. I always get people asking for the videos that I make as opposed to just text email. I do send out text email every once in a while, but only if it's something that I'm very interested in.
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  • Profile picture of the author clik2000
    Yeah, just buy a plr or something here in WF, but make sure to tweak it to make it more enticing to your own audience !
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  • Profile picture of the author Sue McDonald
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    There is nothing wrong with your writing. All you need is a template to follow to give you some ideas and you will be fine.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ben Gordon
    Your writing is good enough to write autoresponder series. However, I would HIGHLY recommend you understand how to write 'copy'. Writing copy is a whole lot different than writing an article. There are a lot of features you need to understand and skills you need to develop in order to become great at writing copy. I would really recommend you sign up to 100+ of the best newsletters and follow their sales copies for at least one month. See exactly how these people write and how the convert prospects into customers. Or, alternatively, you can sign up for a copywriting course and learn all about it there. Bottom line, you need to understand how to write effectively, to the point and be persuasive.
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  • Profile picture of the author john01a
    If you're looking for pre-written emails, then you're most likely looking for PLR autoresponder messages.

    PLR refers to Private Label Rights. PLR content is content that has been licensed by the creators of the content under a Private Label Rights license.

    The PLR license grants those who bought the PLR content, certain rights. The main right being the right to use the content, as well as the right to edit, add to and change the content.

    Since you're allowed to modify the PLR content, it can be very effective as a starting point. You could use the PLR content as a basic structure and then rework your own voice into the content. Or, use it as research or for ideas, and then write your own content from it.

    You don't have to make changes to the content... but it's a good idea to create your own version of the content.

    When you buy PLR content, you're not the only one using that same content. PLR content is sold to multiple people... which is why PLR content is so cheap compared to ghost written content (non transferable PLR content is priced around $1-$2 per page/article).

    So, since other people are using the same content as you, it's probably a good idea to only use it as a starting point and add your own voice to it, add more value to it... make it your own.
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  • Profile picture of the author Raydal
    I would bet that you can write those emails yourself with
    the correct guidance system. I've seen hundreds do it
    with a little help--well with a lot of help.

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  • Profile picture of the author PatriciaS
    What is it about writing that makes you feel inadequate? Because I agree with the others (and I'm a writer!) -- I see no reason you can't do your own. The key is to be personable and conversational (informal). Start with PLR material if you like -- they're good for providing ideas and a starting point -- or roll your own.

    If you feel it necessary, get someone you trust to review them for obvious errors or other problems.
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    You can outsource here at the WF for hire section, you will surely get a lot of takers for this one.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gary Ning Lo
    check out Autoresponder Madness..

    I personally think that it's the best course on email marketing...

    Cheers,

    Gary
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  • Profile picture of the author khooster1
    Rewrite PlR emails message. It shouldn't be that difficult.
    Don't think too much, take massive actions
    If not, go fiverr to get someone to do that for you.
    Yu have the will, there will be a way.
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    • Profile picture of the author BizLadi
      If you are on any mailing lists, take a look at the emails filling your box. (If you don't have an email account just for signups, giveaways, etc., get one. I could easily forward you thousands of emails from mine.)
      Look at the emails you're receiving. What gets your attention? Which ones do you like? Which do you hate?
      For the writing part, I personally make a numbered list first. If I'm working on a set of 7 emails, I'll number from 1 to 7. Then I consider a topic or focus point for each one. Once I've figured that out, the actual writing is easy.

      PJ
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hersh
    Aaron Danker has a set of 52 autoresponder emails in the IM niche.

    Google for his name and add "products".
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    • Profile picture of the author BizLadi
      Originally Posted by Mike Hersh View Post

      Aaron Danker has a set of 52 autoresponder emails in the IM niche.

      Google for his name and add "products".
      Aaron recently sent me a freebie set of AR emails. I was pleasantly surprised to find that he actually answered me when I emailed him concerning them. I haven't had a chance to read over them yet but I can certainly vouch for his customer service.
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  • Profile picture of the author Boga Dhami
    browse through warrior forum and you will find tons of places to get help
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  • Profile picture of the author CaliGirl12
    Thanks to all of you for your help. I will continue to keep trying to get this right. Having friends like all of you here to help makes me fell better about all of this.
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