Six Easy Ways to Boost Your Shopify Email Revenue by 15% to 20% in 21 Days Or Less

So you own a Shopify store and you’ve been in the game for awhile. You’re good with ads, driving traffic, etc. and you’re doing pretty good numbers, but you know you could be doing even better. Especially since you’re barely doing any email marketing at all, or you’re just doing it badly. And you know good email follow-up will maximize your ads and sales, but you don’t have time.

Sound about right? 

If so, you’re in the right place because we’re going to talk about six ways you can boost your Shopify email revenue a minimum of 15% to 20% per store practically overnight again and again like clockwork, and definitely hit these numbers in less than 21 days without really working all that hard.

Step 1: Importing Customers Into Your Auto-Responder

Alright so before we can get started, you’ll obviously need some sort of email auto-responder software to manage your customers, your leads, and all of your emails and followup. You can use pretty much whatever auto-responder you want as long as you know how to use it, but some are easier than others.

When you work with me, I get you signed up with either Market Hero or Klaviyo because I find them easy to use. They’re the auto-responders I know best, they integrate with Shopify seamlessly and everything is simple to set up. But for managing your own campaigns there are plenty of good options out there to choose from such as Drip, ActiveCampaign, Aweber, ConvertKit etc.

So let’s say you have your auto-responder of choice or someone is managing your emails for you. Next let’s talk about the six strategies you can deploy fast and with little effort to take your email marketing revenue from basically zero to a significant, sizable portion of your income each and every month.

Step 2: Six Fast Effective Email Follow-Up Sequences

Exit Cart (No Sale)

Click-Thru (No Sale)

Shameless Bribe

New Customer

Lost Customer

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