You’ve just taken your first step toward email marketing mastery!
Get your emails out of the SPAM folder and in front of your subscribers with this QUICK COURSE:
SPAM Folder Rescue
Get your emails OUT of the SPAM folder
and in front of your subscribers
You don’t send out email campaigns or newsletters regularly just for the heck of it.
You do it because, ultimately, you’re running or supporting a business. The success of which directly ties to your livelihood.
That’s why it’s SUPER FRUSTRATING to hear:
- |What email? I didn't get an email.
- |I used to get your emails and LOVED them but noticed I hadn't gotten any in awhile...
- |I checked my SPAM folder and THERE WERE YOUR EMAILS.
You’re not creating and sending email campaigns or newsletters so they go to SPAM.
You’re trying to get your message in front of every subscriber possible to keep bringing in the money.
I’ve been in your shoes.
I scratched my head for too long trying to figure out why emails were ending up in the SPAM folder.
Here’s what it took me to learn why and how to fix it:
email campaigns launched
million $$ in campaign revenue
email automation workflows built
times I've read the Harry Potter series
SPAM FOLDER RESCUE
What you’ll learn:
Keep Your Emails Out of SPAM
You’ll learn WHY your emails could be ending up in the SPAM folder.
Discover the top strategies that will get your emails delivered to the inbox.
ACTION STEPS AND TOOLS
Get clear action steps to guide you through getting your emails delivered.
From Confused to Confident.
Former students who have learned how to master email marketing from yours truly.
I’m Emily McGuire
I’m the Owner and Chief Email Marketer of Flourish & Grit: An Email Marketing and Automation Studio.
As someone who honors the grit it takes to get through this world, I appreciate ways to work smarter, not harder.
That’s also why I love email marketing. It has the power to move the revenue needle through automating messaging to the right person at the right time. It’s the hidden marketing powerhouse that often goes overlooked.
You’ll typically find me with a cup of coffee in hand because #momlife. When my head isn’t in my laptop, you can find me chasing my toddler, reading a book or binging trashy TV.