By Shannon Lutz
Alright, coaches, this one’s just for you! I want to gift a little Done For You goodness with quick and easy welcome sequence emails… you know, the ones that you’ve been meaning to write for days? (seriously, I’ve been there).
Just hit download on these templates and get to customizing.
Email One: Welcome to the Club + Freebie Download
Here’s your ultimate “hello!” Your newest community members are waiting for your latest resources and are just itching to dive into your freebie.
Welcome your new opt-ins with open arms and get the excitement rolling with Email One.
Email Two: Pick Out the Problem
As a coach, you’ve seen it all and you know exactly what your prospective clients need. This is your moment to tell it like it is and share the truth about how you’re revolutionizing lives and businesses.
Use Email Two to share the raw, honest truth about the underlying problems that you are solving for your clients.
Email Three: Pulling Back the Curtain
Now that you’ve shared juicy tidbits about your resources and solutions, get ready to get vulnerable. Using your very own relatable, wild, and oh-so-unique story, get closer with subscribers.
Connect with potential clients and invite them into the DM’s with the personal prompts in Email 3.
Email Four: In the Race Together
This isn’t a casual stroll anymore, it’s an all-out sprint toward success. So bump up the support and welcome potential clients to start their official journey with your coaching expertise.
Use Email Four to encourage those fence-sitters to make the big decision.
There you have it! Now simply:
Voila! Your sequence is set.
The only thing needed is an opt in page (a simple page for your leads to enter their name and email) which will kick off the automated sequence.
Then you can begin driving traffic to the opt in page, and have the sequence do a large portion of the relationship-building and lead-warming for you.
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