Welcome back to more Free FB Ad Clone Training!
Yesterday I exposed the truth about driving traffic.
You DID read it, right?
If not, then you need to go do that right now… Otherwise this email won’t have the same effect.
Here’s the link: http://fbadclonereview.com/truth-about-traffic
Today I’m going to show you the WRONG way to do email marketing.
But to get the most out of this, it’s going to require some participation on your part…
A little ‘Role-Play’ if you will…
You OK with that?
Great! Let’s get started.
“HOW NOT TO DO EMAIL MARKETING”
Imagine for a moment that you are driving home from a long day at work.
Your stomach start to growl, and you remember that you were so busy today that you forgot to eat lunch.
You recently started eating a little healthier because you are in your best friends wedding next month, and you want to drop a couple of pounds before the big day rolls around…
For the last few weeks, you have been eating at Subway pretty much every day.
Not only is it on your way home, but you REALLY like the sandwiches.
You order the same thing every time.
Subway melt on wheat bread, light mayo, and NO pickles. (you HATE pickles)
In fact, it’s become your favorite sandwich.
So you pull into the parking lot and stroll up to the counter.
As you are waiting for the cashier to finish up your sandwich, you see a sign up box by the register that says enter your phone number for a chance to win free subway sandwiches’ for a life.
You start to imagine how cool it would be to win free subway for life. It could save you quite a bit of money.
So you fill out the form and drop the card in the box.
At that exact moment, the cashier locks eyes with you and says (with a loud, obnoxious, voice):
“Today only we have slashed the prices, and you can get a 5 gallon bucket of pickles for a 90% discount! Click the “Yes” button to order now!”
You: Huh? No thanks…I don’t even like pickles…
You finish paying and start walking to your car… The whole time, thinking “that sure was weird”
About the time you get the door shut, your cell phone rings…
It’s the Subway cashier…
Cashier: (totally ignoring your ‘no pickles’ request): “I SAID…” – “Today only we have slashed the prices, and you can get a 5 gallon bucket of pickles for a 90% discount! Give me your payment info to order now! You Will not get this chance again!”
You: “Uh… I’m really not interested in your pickles. I only gave you my phone number to call me if I win the drawing. Bye…”
On your way to work the next morning, your phone rings again…
Cashier (again, being loud and obnoxious): “GREAT NEWS! You entered our drawing, so it’s obvious that you like food. And because I really care about you, I’ve worked out a special deal with the Pizza restaurant next door. Just go in and give them your email address and you get free banana peppers on your next pizza purchase”
You (starting to get frustrated): “What the hell is going on here? I NEVER eat pizza and I’m allergic to banana peppers! Please don’t call me again unless I win the drawing!”
Later on that afternoon…
Cashier: “Congratulations, you have won! Give me your email address and I’ll show you how to build your very own subway store from scratch”
Doesn’t this sound like the most ridiculous situation you’ve ever heard?
I would think so.
Yet – go optin to most “marketing lists” – this is EXACTLY how they communicate with their subscribers.
Interested to find out how to do it the proper way?
Join me tomorrow for Part 3 and I’ll gladly tell ya.
OK – so now that we have this out of the way, let’s talk business.
As I told you earlier – FB Conversion Monster is NOT a bonus for FB Ad Clone. I developed FBCM as the perfect “bride” for FBAC.
If FBAC is Peanut Butter, FBCM is Jelly.
If FBAC is Beavis, FBCM is Butthead.
You get the picture.
FB Ad Clone will help you write good ads, and get the traffic.
But as I explained yesterday, the work starts way before writing your first ad.
1 – The first part of FBAC, is my ‘plug-n-play’ templates.
I’ll outline the same template that I follow every time I sit down to write a followup series.
Plus, I’ll also give you my exact email campaigns for this launch.
Squeeze pages, pre-sell pages, emails, blog posts, fb ads, everything…
This way, you can see exactly how I tie everything together in a real life promotion from start to finish.
2 – The second part of FBCM is even cooler than the first one but it takes me a while to explain, so I’ll reserve that for tomorrow.
The sun just dropped down behind our big oak tree in the back yard, so it’t time for my evening dip in the pool.
I’ll catch ya tomorrow!
Justin “plug-n-play” Glover
PS: FB Ad Clone goes live on Thursday. Here is the link you will need to pick it up when that time comes:
Stay tuned for more FB Ad Clone Updates.