Win your Welcome Sequence Guide by Aleia Walker

Win your Welcome Sequence Guide

A set of guided templates to make creating your welcome sequence easy, even if writing isn't "your thing" and you don't know where to start.
Before you even consider sending regular content to your email list, you have to introduce yourself to your audience.

Enter the welcome sequence.

The welcome sequence is the first introduction to your list. It’s explains
  • who you are,
  • what you do, 
  • and how you can help your new subscribers.

It's also the BEST opportunity to convert your leads into paying customers because ...
    » People are more engaged with you when they first join your list. If you convert them to a customer during that time they are more likely to purchase a higher offer in the future ...
    » and more likely to promote you to their customers/clients/friends,
    » and are invaluable sources of research to help you lead your business in a direction that best benefits them (and your bank account).

Inside of this swipe file you'll find ...
   
» 8 swipe files to plug and play your way to the exact emails you need in your welcome sequence to convert leads to paying customers.
   » Step-by-step instructions to help you write your welcome sequence emails, even if writing isn’t your “thing.”
  » A process to make creating content for your email list repeatable.

What's included?

Win your Welcome Sequence Guide (V 3.0)
18.1 MB
Bonuses
The Mojito Method Explained
8 mins
Win your Welcome Sequence Workbook (V 2.0)
548 KB
Plug and Play Your Way to Mon-ayy
20.4 KB

Hey! I'm Aleia Walker, an email marketing copywriter who helps creatives turned educators create marketing strategies for their products.

Win your Welcome Sequence Guide exists so that you can learn to master one of the most important tasks in your business. Communicating your value. Before you’re ready to drop serious coins on a professional copywriter, you have to learn how to create copy for yourself and your business. 

This is my way of helping you convert strangers →to paying customers → to paying customers again. You've got this.