Psst. Read our Email Writing Examples
Build your company’s successful, email campaign with the help of My Web Writers!
Some companies like their emails to be short. In the below email writing example for a call-in medical consultation company, the client wanted the content to quickly establish the problem and present their solution.
When a scratchy throat emerges over the weekend, after the university’s health center is closed, most parents don’t realize that their son or daughter either suffers through the weekend or heads to the local emergency room for treatment.
Don’t let your college student suffer through until Monday. For only $17.95 per month, his or her entire year can be worry-free on the weekends, holidays, and after-hours with ____. Give your student a fleet of licensed, practicing doctors at his or her finger tips- whenever needed.
Call or log in for a virtual office visit with a doctor, who will answer health questions and, if necessary, prescribe an antibiotic for that throat.
Enroll your student today!
This is not medical advice, but merely a solicitation to provide service to the recipient.
Hook ‘Em on Your Email Copy
Our email copy persuades and sells your company’s ideas and products, while still respecting the rules outlined in the Can-Spam Act.
- My Web Writers crafts alluring subject lines.
- The content of your emails will uniquely position your business with links for a higher click-through rate.
- Your optimized web site copy explains services or sales with your target demographic in mind.
From the opening subject line, click-through rate, and conversion rate, our email copy captures attention and calls readers to action. Email writers motivate your customers to view your website and demonstrate a need to buy your merchandise.
Simply fill out My Web Writers’ content development quotes form outlining the scope of your project. Our email writers will promptly respond with a follow-up email or call and then an email action plan.
Looking for additional email writing examples? Here’s a long form email that we sent to our clients:
What’s your story?
You’ve seen top brands present creative stories during the Super Bowl. Stay tuned for some amazing winter Olympics stories this weekend!
But, now, it’s your turn.
Help clients to understand you. What is the mission behind your brand?
Call My Web Writers at 260-450-3170 or contact us via our website to write your story.
We’d like to interview you to understand your story and to breathe life into your message with word pictures.
Then, we’d like to share your story on your blog, through press releases, via email, and with social media.
Here’s an example of a story from our founder, Jean Bansemer’s years she taught English. She shared this story (and others) with Huntington University students last year during a Forrester Lecture series speech.
Before Google Was Google and My Web Writers was My Web Writers
I’d been a high school and community college, English and speech teacher in the 1990’s. I also had a dual background in Communications and media.
AOL, the 1990’s version of Yahoo, gave you the ability to build html web pages back then. It occurred to me that I could build these web pages and put extra credit assignments and homework assignments online for parents and students. This was before the Internet as you know it. Schools did not have web pages. But it excited me to be on the cutting edge for this generation of teens (who are all in their late thirties/ early forties, now.) They would inevitably need to know more about search and the Internet. I had NO idea that I actually was training myself for my future career.
I laugh because I remember the principal coming into my room and somberly explaining that we had a problem. A parent had called to complain that I was offering extra credit to students who used the computer and that the home of this particular student did not have a computer. Apparently, the student did not want to come in before or after school to complete the extra credit in the school’s computer lab. This was 1997 and we felt tech-savvy, but we had no idea how much more was to come. Google was live by 1998.
When You’re Ahead of the Curve, Keep Your Vision. Keep Going!
I remember thinking…REALLY?… Hello. Am I really being scolded for this? This is your future. But, at that moment in time, using a web page to host a teacher’s extra credit assignment was ahead of the curve. Should I carry my torch? I continued to offer extra credit on the web. I was the only teacher in this large, suburban high school that had a web page. How ‘bout that for how things have changed?
What’s your story?
Call My Web Writers at 260-450-3170 or contact us via our website and we’ll write your story.