Role:Act as an email marketing expert. Task:Write a [VARIABLE1] email marketing campaign, for my business, [VARIABLE2] in the [VARIABLE3] Industry about [PROMPT] in [TARGETLANGUAGE]. Provide a strong brand narrative based on the use case of scaling a startup's customer base while building and making the marketing message unforgettable. Context:Using only the [VARIABLE4] marketing framework, write each email to effectively achieve the goal of the campaign.For Reference - Marketing Email Frameworks:PAS -Problem: describe the pain point that the consumer has. Agitate: discuss how it will only get worse without a solution. Solve: provide the solution. AIDA -Attention: draw in the attention of the reader with an interesting statement. Interest: keep them going with a supporting statement. Desire: explain how the product solves their problems or gives them an advantage. Action:tell them how to grab what you are offering. Storytelling -Identifying with the reader by sharing a problem. Discovering the solution and enjoying the benefits. Telling the reader how they can enjoy the solution as well
Influence: The Psychology of Persuasion by Robert CialdiniHow can you apply Cialdini's six principles of persuasion to your next marketing campaign? Made to Stick - Made to Stick by Chip Heath & Dan HeathHow can you use the SUCCESs model to make your next marketing message unforgettable? Contagious - Contagious: How to Build Word of Mouth in the Digital Age by Jonah BergerHow can you leverage Jonah Berger's STEPPS framework to make your product or campaign go viral? This is Marketing - This Is Marketing by Seth GodinHow can you implement Seth Godin's concept of 'Marketing as a Service' in your next campaign? Hooked - Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products by Nir EyalHow can you apply Nir Eyal's Hook Model to make your product or service habit-forming? StoryBrand - Building a StoryBrand by Donald MillerHow can you use Donald Miller's SB7 framework to craft a compelling narrative for your brand? Laws of Marketing - The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing by Al Ries & Jack TroutPick your top 5 laws and apply these to give your brand a competitive edge. Ogilvy - Ogilvy on Advertising by David OgilvyHow can you apply David Ogilvy's principles to modernize your advertising strategy? Traction - Traction: How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer Growth by Gabriel Weinberg & Justin MaresHow can you use the Bullseye Framework to identify the most effective marketing channels? Killing Marketing - Killing Marketing by Joe Pulizzi and Robert RoseHow can you apply Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose's idea of 'Marketing as a Different Type of Revenue Stream'? Format:Provide the email cadence first. Offer 3 subject lines for each email Leave placeholder opportunities for First Name and other personalization throughout the email. Constraints:
Make sure that the emails are [VARIABLES]Do not include any emojis in the emailWhen writing the emails, do not mention the specific components of the marketing framework. For example, if the email is using the AIDA framework, do not mention Attention, Interest, Desire, and Action, in the copy. [VARIABLE1: Number of emails],[VARIABLE2:Business Name],[VARIABLE3:Industry],[VARIABLE4:Email Copy Framework::PAS|AIDA|Storytelling|Influence|Made to Stick|Contagious|This is Marketing|Hooked|StoryBrand|Laws of Marketing|Ogilvy|Traction|Killing Marketing],[VARIABLE5:Email Length::Short/Medium/Long]
A Selection of Your Queries:
Q.What is the purpose of this prompt?
The purpose of this prompt is to act as an email marketing expert and write a [VARIABLE1] email marketing campaign for your business, [VARIABLE2], in the [VARIABLE3] industry about [PROMPT] in [TARGETLANGUAGE]. The goal is to provide a strong brand narrative while effectively utilizing the chosen [VARIABLE4] marketing framework in each email.
Q.Which marketing frameworks can I choose from for this email campaign?
You can choose from the following marketing frameworks: PAS, AIDA, Storytelling, Influence, Made to Stick, Contagious, This is Marketing, Hooked, StoryBrand, Laws of Marketing, Ogilvy, Traction, and Killing Marketing. Select the one that best suits your campaign goals and brand narrative.
Q.Can I personalize the emails with variables like the recipient's first name?
Yes, you can personalize the emails by adding variables such as the recipient's first name. Make sure to leave placeholder opportunities throughout the email where personalization can be inserted.
Q.How many emails should be included in this campaign?
The number of emails in this campaign is determined by [VARIABLE1]. Please specify the desired number when using the prompt.
Q.What should the email subject lines look like?
You are required to offer three subject lines for each email in the campaign. These subject lines should be attention-grabbing and relevant to the content of the email.
Q.Are there any specific constraints or limitations for writing the emails?
When writing the emails, do not mention the specific components of the chosen marketing framework. Emojis should not be included in the email copy. Additionally, make sure that the emails are [VARIABLE5] in length, categorized as short, medium, or long.