Huge Opportunity Today: 5 Email Types You Can Write for Big Fees

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When it comes to return on investment, email has been the #1 digital marketing channel for years …

But now?!

Businesses of all sizes, and from every industry, have no choice but to use email to communicate directly with their customers.

So many other channels have been shut down — and businesses have more information to share every day.

The volume is crazy — but it’s also an opportunity …

Because not only is this marketing channel huge right now, even before the pandemic hit, over 293 billion emails were being sent every single day.

So when you can help busy marketers by writing effective emails … you’re going to be paid well (often $100-$500 each) … and you’re going to get a steady stream of work.

And to give you an idea of some of the email types marketers need immediate and ongoing help with, AWAI Success Jen Phillips April outlines five examples in today’s issue of The Writer’s Life.

With the right training, you can jump in with these quick projects fast. And you’ll be busy for not only the foreseeable future, but when things stabilize again too.

>> This is the right training.

It’s led by Guillermo Rubio, one of the BEST email copywriters I’ve worked with (and that’s saying a lot, since I’ve worked with many of the “greats” in our industry).

Along with the skills, you’ll even have the samples and help landing those first all-important first paid projects.

Check out the details here (and see you how could get paid $2,000 for your very first email assignment!).

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Published: April 8, 2020

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