Double Your Clicks is a product that has become live on the 18th of September 2012. This product has been launched by James Y. and Edmond Loh. But, what is this product about? Please continue to read this page for more information.
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If you have ever sent emails to a list of subscribers or planned to buy a solo ad, you may have had to write an email swipe copy. However, while writing an email to promote a product or an offer may not look like something that complicated (at first sight), in reality a marketer should not necessarily expect that all emails produce the same results.
In fact, having knowledge of copyrighting can have an effect on how many subscribers open your email (Open rate) and the number of clicks made on your links (CTR). Additionally, performing split testing between several email swipe copies and email subject lines can also lead to different results.
Consequently, leveraging the knowledge of someone who has performed some split testing or having access to a marketer who has experience in copyrighting can be advantageous. This is where the product of Edmond Loh and James Y. comes into play.
While I do not think that there is a warrior forum review for this product, the warrior forum is a place I have been able to find interesting reviews for certain product. This being, I encourage you to check out my post on a subject related to Double Your Clicks James Y.
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