My first newsletter was finally out!
I checked the calendar. It was grim. My first newsletter took me 7 months, 11 days, and 7 hours.
- I needed 3 months just to get myself to do anything.
- Then another 4 months of setting up an overcomplicated newsletter.
- Then 11 days to set it up again, but this time simpler.
- Finally, 7 hours to write the damn thing.
But... it sucked.
I had zero clue what I was doing.
But I spent the next few years trying different things, sending newsletters for my blog, then for my nonprofit, until I finally started Create, Lead, Succeed.
This Notion template contains everything I've learned.
You will get the:
- Step-by-step system to create a smashing newsletter.
- My original Idea Compass — a way to never miss any good idea.
- Templates for every part of the process — from the newsletter to the following Tweets, Threads, and LinkedIn posts to repurpose it.
Here's what others said about the newsletter framework:
And a quick sneak peek:
Yes, I'm sharing it all.
This is the stuff that I use to create my newsletter in 1 hour or less.
I didn't even realize how effective this was because my open rates looked like this:
But then I realized I had over 600 inactive subscribers.
After I cleaned those up, my mind was blown.
Just look at the last 3 newsletters' open rates:
It turns out I've been getting open rates of over 50% consistently.
And all thanks to this template.
I purchased quite a few of those to see if they'll work for me for $150-$300. None of them did.
So I made this one. But, I like giving you things so good that my friends physically attack me for not putting a high enough price tag. So...
Instead of charging $500 for it, which is about how much all the components would be worth right now…
Or charging $300, which is typical for frameworks like this one.
The price will go back up to $150 when I finish the last round of updates.
(you get this and lifetime future updates once you purchase)
PS: Ping me if anything is confusing — I'm here to help!
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