[Email of the Week #53]: Brain.fm

[EDITOR’S NOTE]: A few years ago, a friend forwarded me an article from an unknown copywriter who was on a mission to write 29 sales letters in 29 days. I thought to myself: “LMFAO, what a dumbass!!!” Jk I didn’t say that. I actually thought this was an awesome way to demonstrate your authority. And…

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[Email of the Week #51]: Legacy of Hope Coffee

Earlier this year I started my email marketing agency, Orzy Media. From the outset, I knew I’d need a tech mastermind. Someone who could solve all the ‘non-word’ problems that come up when you’re working with clients who have a number of softwares working together. My buddy Patrick Kenney introduced me to a guy named…

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[Email of the Week #41]: Mr. Davis

Last week, I celebrated my very first Father’s Day. It was awesome. Got to hang out with all my family members and bask in the glory of finally becoming a Patriarch. I really enoyed it. As you can probably guess, I was off my phone for almost the entire day. So I didn’t see many…

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[Email of the Week #38]: Beckett Simonon

Wanna hear a funny story? A while back, I tried a little experiment with my email list. This was back when I decided to stop being an email “generalist” and instead focus on working JUST with eCommerce brands. My email list was a lot smaller back then. Back then, I’d check out who joined my…

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[Email of the Week #33]: Gold Medal Wine Club

If you’ve been following me for any amount of time, you know I’m a big fan of text-based emails. After all… People don’t look at an email and say “Wow… would ya look at how well designed this email is? The design of this email makes wanna buy this thing they’re selling me!” Nobody makes…

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How to structure an email launch sequence

Here’s a question I got from fellow freelance copywriter and loyal email list subscriber, Burak My comments to follow: My question is: How do you outline the launch series (or welcome series for autoresponders)? For example, I’ve a pretty good understanding about writing emails individually: teaser emails, Q&A emails, “will it work for you” emails,…

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My first (successful) product launch

A few years ago I got an email from a buddy of mine asking if I had availability to take on a small copy project in a weird little niche that I didn’t even know existed. What niche was it? Crocheting. You know – those little old ladies who knit sweaters and scarves? Well, little…

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The fastest way to get good at email

Rory, a loyal email list subscriber, wrote to me the other day with a good question. It was something along the lines of “what would be my best piece of advice for someone new to writing emails.” Although this can be taken a few different ways, I’m going to imagine he is someone like me…

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How To Become A Super-Productive Writer

A typical week in the life for Chris Orzechowski consists of the following: Writing all of the copy for an 8 figure digital publishing company with 10+ product funnels Writing copy for new funnels for a high seven-figure digital publisher Working on 1-2 crowdfunding launches at a time. Developing new schemes, sales and automated sequences for…

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