What happens after someone signs up for one of your freebies? If the answer is you deliver the freebie, and then nothing... settle in for today’s episode, because you’re going to learn how to pick up all that money you’re leaving on the table by implementing a profitable email welcome sequence into your business.
In today’s episode, I’m talking to Monica Snyder – founder of Birdsong.co and a business & marketing strategist that helps entrepreneurs, experts, and authors systemize customer experiences that build relationships and generate revenue.
Monica and I are diving into WHY you need a welcome sequence set up and working for your business 24/7, but also HOW to actually go about creating one. She also shares a simple trick to help improve your email deliverability and stay out of your subscriber's spam. It’s so good!
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