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Neuro-Learning Cold Email
It’s no secret that cold email is getting harder and harder for most people.
Besides Google's latest release, there's one problem almost everyone has.
Writing the messaging for their outreach.
For the last 10 years, I’ve been writing high-performing cold email campaigns that scale and continue to deliver pipeline, in many cases, for years.
I call them bulletproof cold emails, because once they're written, they seem to last forever.
And I’d like to teach you how to write them, the fastest way I know how.
The secret it simple and anyone can do it.
Finding high-performing cold email examples. One look at your inbox or the lackluster templates you’ll find scattered around the internet will confirm – there’s a lot of junk out there.
Then I set it up to auto-deliver one hand-written assignment to you every weekday....
Assignments get delivered to your inbox at 4am ET, so you can choose to start your day with handwriting cold email… or save it for later.
There is no login to fuss with.
The entire course is delivered by email, meaning you have access to my most-used emails for life.
For the soft-launch of Neuro-Learning Cold Email, we’re doing a “pay what you want,” starting at $25.
That means you can get a swipe file of my most-used cold emails, delivered to your inbox, AND learn from them … for less than a round of Starbucks for your team.
Why would you want to learn this from me?
In case you don’t know me, my name is Elyse Savaki, and I’m a direct response copywriter who specializes in cold email sequencing.
My campaigns have added millions of dollars in pipeline for my clients, creating conversations with thousands of highly-targeted decision makers, including Fortune 500 execs.
But the most unique about my campaigns?
They hardly seem to wear out.
It’s not unusual to hear my copy is still running and cranking out pipeline 2+ years after I wrote it.
And the way I'll show in Neuro-Learning Cold Email is the best (and fastest) way I know to do it.