What a Marketing Nurture Sequence Is and What You Should be Putting Into It | Ep. #225

Webinars 2017-03-13 10:02:39

Instructor : Growth Everywhere

Course Duration : 6:19

Rating : 5.00 / 5

Step by step & Descreption :
In Episode #225, Eric and Neil discuss what a marketing nurture sequence is and what you should be putting into it. Tune in to know how you can successfully nurture your viewers, so they will convert over time.

Time Stamped Show Notes:
00:27 – Today’s topic: What a Marketing Nurture Sequence Is and What You Should be Putting Into It
00:33 – Nurture sequence is going to allow you to talk to people over time and give them value
00:51 – When someone first opens your email, you have to nurture them
01:20 – Neil shares what his nurture sequence looks like
01:33 – Neil builds an emotional connection with his viewers
01:40 – After Neil gives his viewers value, that’s when he pitches for his products and services
02:00 – Eric shares a lot of podcasts from Growth Everywhere
02:27 – Eric’s viewers are interested in marketing and growing their business
02:34 – Eric keeps on sharing his content
02:48 – One of Neil’s clients took 2 years to sign up
03:00 – Eric uses Drip and makes a list of the most important emails
04:10 – Neil’s most important lesson from Frank Kern
04:22 – “It’s all about the sequences and find out where the holes are”
05:20 – Check out Frank Kern’s webinar on contingency
05:28 – Frank Kern’s webinars are on Youtube
05:40 – Russell Brunson has some good stuff about marketing automation and marketing nurture sequence
05:47 – That’s it for today’s episode!

3 Key Points: Nurture your viewers by giving them valuable content. Don’t just push your products on your viewers—build that trust and relationship. Take a look at your sequence and check for gaps and holes. Leave some feedback:

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