One important thing is that it forces you to define it in terms of benefit to the person you are emailing. And since your emails aren't automatically trashed, you'll get plenty of replies that say, "Sure, send it." It does not guarantee a link, but if your content is excellent, you will get a very good conversion rate. A final note is that you don't even have to mention your content in the first email as long as you open a dialog. Advertising Continue reading below Building a long-term relationship should be your goal here, not just getting a link. Method #2: Shorten it I told you about marketers who basically copy models. Now I want to talk about marketers who despise this and go out of their way to go the extra mile. You could be one of them.
I love this type of marketer, but they fax list make a few common mistakes. The first is that they make their emails way too long. If you're emailing someone who receives hundreds of emails a day, they don't have time to spend 10 minutes reading a 2,000 word email. After all this work, your email will end up in the trash. If you're trying to cram personal stories to "build a connection," stop. Instead, include only the most important point. If it is really interesting, you will receive a response with an invitation to develop. A good email should be less than 200 words. You are looking for 4-6 sentences in most cases. Advertising Continue reading below Method.
Stop Asking Too Much Work If someone walks up to you on the street and asks you to take their picture, you'll probably be okay with it most of the time. But if they asked you to do a full photo shoot for them for an hour, of course you would never say yes. The fact is, the more you ask for, the less likely you are to get it. At some point in your conversation, you will need to request a link. But there are many different ways to do it. Unfortunately, many link requests look like this: Here is the link to my content: (link). I on your site. Do you see why this is really bad? It takes a lot of work. First, the blogger must review your content.