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  • Writer's pictureAli Temple

Debunking 3 Email Marketing Myths for Wellness Entrepreneurs

Updated: Jul 6, 2023


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My sweet fellow wellness entrepreneurs, you are likely already aware that email marketing has become a cornerstone of business growth strategies over the years...


But in the midst of growing your dream biz, you could also be finding yourself caught up in the myths and misconceptions surrounding this powerful marketing opportunity.


Don't worry, I've got you!


In this blog post, I'll debunk three email marketing myths for wellness entrepreneurs that may have been holding you back from fully leaning into this magnetic tool for connecting with your ideal clients.


So grab your fave cup of herbal tea, get comfortable, and let's dive in!


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Myth 1: Email Marketing Is Dead, Long Live Social Media!


Ahhh, the classic rivalry between email marketing and social media.


While social media platforms are a no brainer for brand visibility and engagement, email marketing is far from being six feet under.


In fact, it even remains one of the most effective and cost-efficient ways to reach and connect with your ideal audience, aka: dream clients.


Unlike the ever-changing algorithms of social media, email marketing puts you in control. It allows you to deliver personalized messages directly to your subscribers' inboxes, ensuring your content gets seen by more of your trusting followers.


With a little practice and the addition of strategic segmentation and automation, you can tailor your emails to deliver relevant and valuable content to different groups of your ever-growing audience.


So, don't underestimate the power of a well-crafted email, amidst the social media frenzy!



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Myth 2: People Hate Getting Emails, Especially Promotions!


Let's face it, nobody likes a cluttered inbox. But here's the catch: people don't hate emails;


they hate irrelevant and spammy emails.


When done right, email marketing can be a really fun and valuable experience for your subscribers.


Remember that when someone unsubscribes, it's actually a good thing- if they're not interested in what you have to say or offer, then they're not going to buy from you anyway, so it's best for them to clear space for more of your ideal clients.


Relax, It's just business, babe.


But if you're afraid of the inevitable "unsubscribe" button, the key is to provide value.


Focus on building relationships, nurturing trust, and delivering content that focuses 100% on your niche.


Be authentic, transparent, and mindful of your subscribers preferences. By providing educational content, exclusive promotions, and personalized recommendations, you can turn your emails into a coveted source of wellness inspiration and information.



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Myth 3: Building an Email List Is an Uphill Battle!


One common misconception is that building a substantial email list is an impossible and totally overwhelming task.


It's true that growing a quality email list takes time and effort, but it doesn't have to be an uphill battle.


Start by joining an email marketing platform and creating compelling opt-in forms, offering irresistible incentives (aka lead magnets or freebies) like free e-books or a free video series, and make sure your signup forms are strategically placed where visitors can easily find them.


Collaborate with like-minded wellness entrepreneurs or complementary businesses to leverage their audience for more easeful growth.


Remember, slow and steady wins the race.


Focus on attracting engaged subscribers who genuinely resonate with your brand.


So in case you needed the reminder one last time, email marketing is a really effective tool that you shouldn't underestimate.


You don't own your social media followers so quit placing all of your eggs into Zuckerberg's basket.


If you're a traveling entrepreneur like me (or aspiring to be one), the idea of sitting on a warm patio, overlooking the ocean (currently where I am right now), writing a heart-felt email to your ideal clients about your upcoming events is completely liberating and actually, dare I say it…fun!


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By debunking these three email marketing myths for wellness entrepreneurs, I hope I've shed some light on the immense potential of email marketing to grow your business.


Embrace email marketing as an opportunity to connect with your audience on a personal level, provide them with valuable content, and cultivate long-lasting relationships.


Remember, it's not about bombarding inboxes just for visibility, but delivering quality messages that inspire, educate, and empower.


So, dear wellness entrepreneur, take a leap of faith, harness the power of email marketing, and watch your business thrive in the inbox of your ideal clients!


If you'd like to learn more about email marketing and other top tips to grow your global client base for more freedom and success in your remote wellness biz,



I'm regularly offering live trainings for Wellnesspreneurs like you and I'd love to connect with you in the next one.


Cheers to spreading wellness further around the globe while reaching higher levels of success!


Ali



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