Get More People Reading Your Emails:
➡️ Use These Proven Subject Lines
Have you ever sent emails to your email list and wondered why you hardly got any response? You’re not alone. According to a study, the average email has a 26% chance of being opened. And that’s in the best-case scenarios. So what can you do to increase your chances?
👉🏻 One way is to pay attention to your subject line. After all, that’s the first thing people see when they receive your email.
👉🏻 The other way is to use one of the 6 subject lines I have included in this carousel.
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In a recent survey of over 2,000 business professionals, 85% of them said that subject lines are the most important part of the email.
So, here are some tips on how to write a good subject line for your email:
- Keep it short. The best subject lines tend to be between two and three sentences long. Anything longer than that makes it hard for the reader to process what you’re trying to say.
- Be clear and concise. Don’t try to be too clever or too cute. Just get to the point.
- The subject line is not designed to make the sale. Many email marketers make the mistake of talking about their offer in the subject line.
If your subject line isn’t engaging enough, your email will probably end up in your prospect’s trash bin. Here are some tips on what you should avoid:
- “Hi”, “Thank You”, “I have something for you”, “Call me”, “Let’s get together” and “I’m available”.
Please note: the most successful marketing campaigns are ones that tap into the emotions of their recipients.
There are eight primary emotions that an email marketer can trigger in their subscribers’ minds:
👉🏻 Curiosity, Fear, Anger, Surprise, Disgust, Love, Hope, and Sorrow.