If you read the blog post I shared last week, you now know why having a welcome email series improves the quality of your email list. But what you may not know is how the heck to put one together.
You know that building your email list is one of the best things you can do for your business. So you’ve been working hard to implement strategies that encourage people to sign up for your email list. And it’s been
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Some words in English start out as two separate words (e.g., mail box) and fuse into a single word (e.g., mailbox) over time. Are all together and altogether another example of this linguistic phenomenon? Or are they actually distinct terms?
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