Let’s be honest—not everyone has an eye for design, especially when it comes to creating eye-catching and engaging marketing emails. Fortunately, you don't need to be a design whiz to send fabulous marketing emails. All you need is Nutshell.
Nutshell Marketing is here to elevate your marketing outreach, and we’ve made it even easier to get started! This week we’ve released a new batch of email templates that are guaranteed to make an impression on your subscribers.
When creating a new broadcast, newsletter, or drip-sequence in the Outreach section of Nutshell, you’ll now have the option of selecting from 15 lovely new templates.
Templates are now categorized by type and functionality. For example...
- Content offers and product promotions: Put ebooks and downloadable guides right into your subscribers hands. Highlight new products to a seasoned crowd or share catalogs and listings of options to ignite a fire for interested contacts.
- Introductory emails: Let new subscribers and warm leads know exactly who you are! Introductory and spotlight emails allow you to set expectations early on for future correspondence with your audience.
- Recaps and reminders: Keep current customers informed of all their statuses and statistics. Send reminders for payment and renewals to keep subscribers secure.
- Invitations and announcements: Invite audiences to listen to your podcast, join your conferences and virtual webinars, or simply provide you with feedback. Marketing invites welcome subscribers to connect with you and opens the line of communication and connection.
- And more!
Check out some of the Nutshell team’s favorite marketing emails from our customers in our blog series. Maybe your next marketing email will appear in our next volume. 😉
Let us know what you think. Reply to this email and tell me what kinds of templates you’d find helpful. Your suggestions could make it into the next batch of new templates that we release this summer.
And if you haven’t checked out Nutshell Marketing yet, browse through our new templates and get started with your first broadcast, newsletter, or drip-sequence today!
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