•You don’t own a desktop
•You believe email is dead
•You like to complain and blame
•You aren’t ready to grow
•You aren’t willing to try
But if you’re a multi-passionate creative who’s committed to her business, supporting her family, and her causes…
And you want to FINALLY stop hoping and praying that a big social media following will pay your rent, electricity and root touch ups and actually start growing an email list that you 100% control…
Then you’re in the right place at the absolute best time.
My name is Liz Pabon and I am a Story Marketing Strategist. In case we’ve never met before, I developed my storytelling chops working in the advertising industry.
100 Email Subject Lines Rolodex was created because I was sick & tired of watching people struggle to write good email copy. Instead of helping, the advice available to them was the equivalent of a cold and clammy handshake that did nothing to get more engagement. It was important to me that people knew writing emails wasn’t hard - they’re a lot like writing letters to a friend.
You can do nothing, stalk gurus, big wigs and powerhouses hoping they’ll help you crack the code for writing subject lines that people can’t wait to open…but we both know that’s a losing (and time draining) game.
You can try solving this issue on your own, piecing together bits from other people’s emails…it might work…actually it will work a little better than what you’ve been doing…but something tells me “a little better” isn’t good enough for you…right?
You can download the 100 Email Subject Lines Rolodex and write your first email without forking over hundreds or thousands of dollars you don’t have for a copywriter or content manager and finally start growing your brand, your business and your community.
The rolodex is FREE so there’s no risk…unless you count the risk of not starting, or the risk of being at the mercy of social media algorithms. Deep down, you know betting on yourself is the only choice that makes sense.
And I'm betting that you’ll choose your brand, your business and your future because the consequences of saying no to either isn’t an option…not anymore.