Case Study #3: Indiesew
Case Study #3: Indiesew
23. Case Study #3: Indiesew
Email Marketing for Crafters Intro03:19 2
Why Does Email Work?11:51 3
An Email List is an Important Business Asset09:23 4
Software is the Solution21:33 5
My Newsletter Story14:45 6
Advertising is Annoying07:12 7
Your Email is a Gift04:05 8
Identify Your Why14:18 10
Give, Give, Take: Make a Value Exchange03:29 11
Exploring Content Type24:36 12
Case Study #1: Abby Glassenberg Design25:09 13
Make It Exclusive02:58 14
Accuracy is Key03:26 15
Templates & Branding07:07 16
Think About Length06:40 17
Subject Lines08:41 18
Call to Action & the P.S04:07 19
Write Back, Okay?19:24 20
Case Study #2: Ann Wood25:25 21
Build Your List & Keep It Lean41:36 23
Case Study #3: Indiesew06:43 24
Game Plan for the Holidays06:05
Case Study #3: Indiesew
So the last case study here we go so this is ali olson and she is the owner and founder of andy so and she said that dress and so she's got a really nice email this that I love and here it is online she was really smart she's an mba so she came out of the gate with an email strategy from day one unlike me and many other people who maybe you as well, who already have a craft business and didn't come out of the gate with an email strategy. She did she started with it in the beginning and it's lovely. So she's got really strong branding this sort of peach color at the top and then black the sun sara font that they use on everything doesn't it look nice so you know, so need a functional sewing space. Check out our ten tips that's there that's what she's put into she's changing that little top thing every time um and then she has click to email and then a quick to go to their home page right up top here so you can email her, go to her home page and then these this is also like a navigation ...
bar so here's her logo and then you go to the shop creations and the block right from here, which is so nice like a little navigation so this is this email she told me god a lot this particular newsletter got lots of, uh, engagement she sends it weekly. This is ten tips for a more functional sewing space which is a post on her block and it's got a little subhead lacking organization or inspiration check out these solutions right? Sit here and learn more is the link and the little arrow to go over to the block and read more okay, then you go down here we have featured block post this is like a little ban are separating or click here to browse all applaud posts and we go down and you can see the future bloc post besides that first one how to sew a simple summer scarf look at this nice big box that's a great call to action box read mohr not subtle, lovely and here's another one top five workout sewing patterns for two thousand fifteen c our favorite picks read more and a model with them not those air images from that blood post so you'll see that same image on that block post this well things never know their little bars very consistent with the same with the other bar you know previously we got this peach repeating featured products visit the pattern or fabric shops for more great selling products and she's not linking out anywhere else just hindi so because she's assuming that you unlike her have not followed every move indy so has made that week right? She has but you can't assume other people have and so she's she's sort of feeding you here's what's up here's what's happening at my place come on over and see so she has a skirt pattern that you can twelve dollars she gives you the price here learn more you're not committing you can hit this button and learned but you're not going to buy all right it's okay like non committal you khun learn more and then if you want it six years one he had this silka sixteen dollars if you want to buy it and then this blousey gets just three do you think she has more than three things for sale? Absolutely but there's no need to put twenty five types of fabric here in twenty five types of skirts and everything else just these are the three that she wants to look out now maybe they're seasonally appropriate um and then at the bottom indy so we've got her tag land any so sewing for the modern woman right that's her? Why that's the tagline there and then instagram, pinterest and facebook and I love how they did this just with words that you don't have to do with a little button uh here's info on duty so if you want to email her website you've received this because you're a subscriber or of purchase from us and you can always unsubscribe from this list ok so and there's her email address right here she's got a p o box in boulder very very nice and clean and simple and she's not recommending anything here so the value really is in the content from the blawg and in just knowing what's going on and I think it just enhances the brand so much is so pretty it's once a week um so that's what hers looks like and here's what ali has said about it I think the most effective strategy at growing our list is having made our newsletter a sort of first access exclusive club so when she has new fabric for sale or a new pattern for sale or a new lines she did a really nice one and I think I was in the spring she did a whole collection a curated collection here's five patterns that will take you through this spring like a top bottom a shrug you know like a whole set ah she gives that to the news that our first their newsletter hears about it first and sees it offers so when you're on the list you get first access and first dibs and you feel like part of the club and that's been really effective for her that exclusivity if we're launching a collection we can see our sales increase four times, so that when I said about the spring collection that day, four times more sales than normal. But on average, sending a newsletter increases our sales by two times or two and a half times compared to a typical sales day, it says, doubling or more than doubling on the day she sends it, even though that's not linking out anywhere it's just linking to her side, it's just here's andy so here's what's happening in d so this week that day sales double channel your energy into growing that email us. It is the best sales tool, and my bet is that day that silk we saw in that skirt, those are the ones that sell because those are the ones people see and they're like, oh, that's, pretty they cook over, or at least within that same category, super effective ok, so that is cindy, says newsletter. She does son weekly, so if you're interested in thing, that fine up and try it, um and she does respond as well if you hit reply.
Ratings and Reviews
Abby Glassengber's class is a great tool for beginners. Abby encourages us to focus on the goal of our newsletter, and to incorporate aspects of newsletters we enjoy into our own writing. A particularly useful section of the course was the description of different content types that work well for e-mail marketing. Those of us who dislike "salesy" content are given the revelation that our newsletters are a gift to our most dedicated fans. With this in mind, putting together newsletters becomes a more thoughtful and fun process.
What a fantastic course! Abby is informative, interesting and she explains both the bigger picture and the specifics to help you get started. I highly recommend this class.
A down to earth and honest voice. I found this quite relaxing and a really nice class to get rid of those fears of email marketing. I love how the audience can participate and questions have been asked.