ATTENTION SUCCESS DRIVEN AFFILIATES:

“Finally! Make High ticket Money
From Your Low Ticket Buyer List!”

You're so special...

We Are Going to Schedule A
  Private Campaign Just For You!

We Run Only Two Private Campaigns Per Month. we schedule On A first come First Served Basis.

"This Campaign Is Genius"

~John Thornhill

HTP Is A Three Day Training Sequence
Delivered via
LIVE Webinars

This is a UNIQUE one week campaign that gets your low ticket buyers to invest high ticket money. The hook for your list is....  "I've negotiated a deal with Omar & Melinda to host a FREE three day training course!"

We give them THREE Free (LIVE) training classes that warm them up for the sales pitch. We do this  with a LIVE webinar sequence followed up with a Crush Campaign! 

This is NOT your typical webinar promo. This campaign is PERFECT for any low ticket buyer list in the I.M. space. It works like a charm and we have the proof!

The numbers don’t lie!
You make $348.50 on every sale!

This is a NEW product but the campaign is proven to work! This offer has proven to convert really well for us internally as well as for several of our affiliates.

As long as you are willing to follow the entire EIGHT DAY email sequence to the letter you will have amazing results.

Your customers will LOVE You because this entire campaign is positioned as a FREE training course for your subscribers only.

THE OFFER
Proven. High Converting. Battle Tested!

This package sells like hot cakes because it has a total value of $10,991.00  in content and we offer it for a one time payment of ONLY $697.  There are FIVE pieces to the offer...

#1 THE HIGH TICKET PROFIT SYSTEM ITSELF $697 Value

The training to make high ticket sales, 5 videos approx 45m - 1hr ea.
The System - The Product - The Traffic - The Funnel - The Automation
PDF transcriptions for each presentation.

#2 THEIR OWN HIGH TICKET PRODUCT (with license to resell) $1997 Value

All the editable source documents for the entire product.
FIVE - Downloadable MP4 Video Files
FIVE Transcription Docs - FIVE Bullet Docs - FIVE Slide Decks
PLR License to modify, rebrand, repackage and resell as your own high-ticket product

#3 THEIR OWN HIGH TICKET EVERGREEN WEBINAR FUNNEL $3000 Value

Customizable Registration Page (OP3)
Generic evergreen webinar recording to sell their High Ticket Product
Customizable webinar script
Personally recorded webinar intro! 1 on 1 we will strategize and customize their HIGH TICKET product and presentation!
Evergreen webinar setup TRAINING (Ever Webinar)

#4 WEBINAR CUSTOMIZATION & STRATEGY SESSION $997 Value

1 on 1 customization session with Omar PERSONALLY (via zoom) to customize your HIGH TICKET product and presentation!
Omar will record their automated webinar introduction for you and hand it to you right then.

#5 UNLIMITED TRAFFIC PACKAGE $4997 Value

We teach them how to get high ticket traffic with YOUR OWN loss leader. The online training course is included.
We GIVE them the loss leaders content to use. (PLR Masterpiece)
We send traffic from our own buyers' list to their loss leader!
Funnel Injection Process Outline
The High Ticket Prophet Academy is a training course and marketing system on how to sell high ticket products ranging from $297 to $997 even if they have no product and no list of their own.  This training is perfect for beginners thru intermediate marketers.
Module 1  HTP SYSTEM SET UP Users learn exactly how a high ticket backend system operates and all the components that are required to make it work.
Module 2  PRODUCT ASSEMBLY Users learn how to assemble their own high ticket product that can sell for anywhere between $297 to $99.
Module 3  DRIVING THE TRAFFIC Users learn now to get targeted low ticket buyers registered directly into their evergreen webinars.
Module 4  HTP FUNNEL Users learn all the pieces of a high ticket funnel including lead capture, email sequences and backend marketing.
Module 5  AUTOMATION PROCESS Users learn the high ticket evergreen webinar automation process that produces sales day in and day out.
HTP includes a high-ticket product with PLR rights that they can rebrand and sell as their own.
High Ticket Funnel In addition to the training, HTP gives them everything they need to start making high ticket sales right away.

*EVERYTHING INCLUDED
The system. The source material.
The funnel & The traffic.

LOSS LEADER SECRETS
Bonus Course (Included FREE)

HTP ALSO includes an 8-module course called Loss Leader Secrets on how to create and launch their own loss leader product in order to generate their own traffic directly for their high ticket webinar.

This is a comprehensive training that we created specifically to compliment the HTP system. This is 100% unique material

Module 1 NUTS & BOLTS Users will learn the mechanics of creating their own traffic by using a loss leader funnel
Module 2 THE PRODUCT Users will learn how to quickly create digital information products to sell.  
Module 3 THE FUNNEL Users will learn exactly how to assemble a loss leader funnel that integrates with HTP.
Module 4 THE MARKETING Users will learn the process for driving sales and creating a steady stream of traffic.
Each training module includes both didactic training and practical application via step by step screen share.

YTake A Look Inside Now It's Time To SHOW them...

This is an ideal spot to drop in a demo video. or a virtual tour of the product.


Here Are Your Promo Tools


Email Swipes

Blog Posts

Banners + Graphics

Ad Creatives

Bonuses

Social Media

Email Swipes

The Crush Campaign Email Sequence

Email #1

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #2

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #3

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #4

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #5

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #6

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Traffic Angle Email Sequence

Email #1

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #2

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #3

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #4

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #5

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #6

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

List Building Angle Email Sequence

Email #1

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #2

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #3

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #4

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #5

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #6

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Product Creation Angle Email Sequence

Email #1

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #2

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #3

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #4

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #5

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

Email #6

This is a shocking/suspenseful subject line.

This is a subheadline that raises more curiosity about the contents.

Hey [Name,fallback=there],

The opening paragraph test goes here with some attention-grabbing boldface text for effect.

The supporting statements go here with some important gasp inspiring text in italics.

This is a great place for a bullet list or some sort of feature benefit type information that will lead them to a CTA.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

➤ If you list a feature that awaits them if they click, immediately follow it like this with the direct benefit.

This is where I insert some Call To Action text that tells them what to do and what happens next.

[INSERT/CREATE A BUTTON IMAGE]

This should be a more drawn out call to action sentence where we introduce some sort of impulse factor. >>

This is where some more supporting text will go if a longer email explanation is needed for tire kickers at this point in the campaign.

This area is used to recap the product, or bonus offer and to drive home the impulse factors.

This is the sign-off,

Your Name Goes Here, CEO
Your Company Name Here

P.S. - Factors of impulse go here.

P.P.S. - Consider adding painful disconnects in the PS and maybe another call to action hyperlinked below.

This can be some really long call to action text like a this sentence but make sure that it  is hyperlinked link the target URL

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