Roving Report: Using Autoresponders to Grow Your Writing Business

Using autoresponders correctly can help you land more clients, faster.

That’s the message from Jay White.

Jay speaks from a wealth of experience and authority on this topic. He’s been a successful freelance writer since 2006, specializing in emails and autoresponders. He’s worked for some of the biggest names in the Internet marketing niche — people like Alex Mandossian, who calls Jay, “the best autoresponder copywriter I’ve ever seen.”

Jay got his copywriting start in radio, writing commercials. From there, he moved into the world of catalog sales, working for Bass Pro Shops. That’s where he really developed his chops writing short copy.

He had to sell in 50 words or less, whether the item was worth one dollar or thousands.

Jay later developed his talent for writing short copy into writing top-notch autoresponders and emails.

Today, Jay limits his client writing in favor of coaching. He’s trained hundreds of copywriters in “the fine art of writing emails and autoresponders,” and focuses on helping his students get more clients.

For the Wealthy Web Writer members listening, Jay started off by describing what an autoresponder is. (To get all of Jay’s wisdom and advice, watch the entire webinar HERE.)

“An autoresponder is a type of email,” he explained. “It’s automatically generated from a software system, and it fires upon a task somebody does or completes.”

Get Clients Fast

“How many would love to get more clients, fast?” Jay asked.

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Susanna Perkins

Susanna was dragged back, kicking and screaming, into freelancing after losing her job in the banking meltdown in March, '09. One 3-month stint in an appalling temp job persuaded her to get serious about establishing herself as web writer. In March, 2012, she moved to a small town in Panama with her husband and three small dogs. After enjoying the writer's life in the culture of "buenas" and "mañana" for 2-1/2 years, she's returned to the US. At least for now.

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