screen-shot-2017-01-29-at-1-37-30-pmI’ve signed up for quite a few e-mails over the years. And if you’re anything like me,┬áthere are only a select few that you *actually* read.

I only want to open emails that deliver value, provide guidance and help me connect with the sender.
After reading so many and working with business owners, I’ve come up with the ultimate template..which you can import into your own Mailchimp!

That’s right, it’s done for you. You just need to type your text, add pictures and voila! An e-mail that people want to read!

Click Here for a Preview of the e-mail!

Here are the components:

1.) E-Mail Header – This is a great way to have your branding shine through and present a consistent brand image.


2.) Intro e-mail and photo – I love an opening message, and I love a photo to go with it. People don’t always read every sentence, but they will look to the image and a some of the bolded text!

2A.) Bonus! A button for Call To Action or Link to your facebook group! A great way to bring your reader right over to the group, as the facebook icon below only connects to your facebook page.

3.) Call to Action – hit reply! People want screen-shot-2017-01-29-at-12-54-46-amyou to prompt them – otherwise, they might not respond. Give a call to action or encourage them to hit reply and ask you a question. Engagement is the best way to build relationships.

4.) Blog Image – Add in an image that relates back to your blog post, plus an interesting title. You can hint at the theme of the blog in your intro text.

5.) Testimonial – Establish your authority with each email! And show your subscribers what you can help them with or the results they can achieve with the value you deliver.

6.) Product or Offering – Add an image for a course or resource you want to feature! It’s a great way to get eyes on your latest resource. This maximizes what you can offer to subscribers, all in the same email!

How to use the template:

Click this link. You will need to login to mailchimp. It will save the template to your templates area. Open the template under the “templates” section, and follow the notes inside. You just need to add your own text and images. Plus, I’ve included a template for each image!

Let me know how you like this resource!