Tired of Poor Email Results? Meet World Class Expert Bobby Klinck author of “Email Marketing That Doesn’t Suck”

Marc Kramer of Stress Free Family Business is a member of XPX Philadelphia
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Date: May 19, 2022 (Thursday)

Start Time: 12 p.m. EST

End Time: 1 p.m. EST

Question: Chat

Zoom Link: Bobby KlinckOnly 20% of emails are read according to the Email Marketing Benchmarks Report, so learn how to double it.

About this event


Email marketing sucks…at least the way most marketers do it. Conventional advice tells you to always be selling—or at least always be going for the click— but chances are, you hate writing emails, your audience hates reading them, and they aren’t making you any money.

  • But what if email didn’t suck?
  • What if you enjoyed writing emails that your audience would binge-read like they watch Netflix?
  • What if email actually made you money?
In Email Marketing That Doesn’t Suck, Harvard Law–grad-turned-online-entrepreneur Bobby Klinck uses his lawyering skills to convince you that the old-school rules for email marketing are just plain dumb. He shows you how to do email right, teaching you the five phases of email marketing and how to infuse purpose into your message. You’ll learn how to tell a really good story that people want to read. But fair warning, if you’re a conversion copywriter, you’re an online marketing guru, or you have a serious problem with laughing at yourself, you probably should not read this book. If the occasional curse word makes you cringe, then you DEFINITELY should not read this book. Consider yourself warned.

Author


Sometimes you need an outsider to shake things up—Bobby Klinck definitely fits this bill. He’s not classically trained as a copywriter, and no one has paid him to trick out a funnel. Since reimagining his approach to email marketing in 2018, Bobby’s weekly emails have become cult favorites. Even when selling the most boring thing ever (legal templates), people begged for his promotional emails. Bobby lives in Washington, DC, where he spends his days annoying his business team and his nights and weekends annoying his wife and daughter.

Updated: May 17th, 2022

About The Author

Call Me When… When the parents want to prepare their children to take over the business and/or when the parents and kids are fighting with each other and a cooler experienced head is needed.