Frustrated by your emails going unread?
Catch up on our most recent webinar that focused on helping you to write more compelling marketing copy that gets through, gets read, and gets better results. Hosted by Paul Chuter Paul Chuter F IDM, one of the UK’s leading sales and marketing communications practitioners.
Catch up today and learn:
- The importance of reader-centricity in all marketing communications
- How to talk to your customers and prospects as individuals
- When to apply emotional drivers to improve engagement and response
- How to create powerful sales and marketing propositions
- How to set the right tone and language for your audience
- What makes an effective marketing headline
- How to write subject lines that get more of your emails opened
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