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How do I create additional emails in an automation?
How do I create additional emails in an automation?
You can easily add up to four emails to your drip campaign after you create your first email.
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Written by Danny Burns
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After you've created your first email, you can easily add up to four more emails in your drip campaign.

  • You’ll set the number of days after the previous email and time you’d like the email to send.

  • You can send a maximum of 5 total emails per automation.

Get started

Click Email Center and then Automations to create drip campaigns using email automation
  • Click the name of the automation that you'd like to add an email

  • Click the "Add Email" button

  • Email Name = this is the name of the email only visible to you inside your automation

  • Subject = the subject line of the email

  • From Name = the sender of the email

  • Reply-to email = when a recipient replies to your drip campaign, this address will automatically populate in the "To:" field of their email.

  • Page Link = copy and paste this link into your email message. This is a link to purchase tickets for your page and will help track who from your email list makes purchases.

    • You can use a regular text hyperlink or insert an image and make it a link

  • Message = the actual content of your email

  • Send this email = the number of days after the previous email you would like the email to send

  • Send time = the time of day you want your email to be sent. You'll choose your time zone when you publish your drip campaign.

🏆 3 Tips for Creating an Email To Drive Revenue

  • Grab the reader's attention with a compelling subject line: The subject line is the first thing that recipients will see in their inbox, so make sure it's attention-grabbing and relevant to the content of the email. Avoid using spammy-sounding phrases or all-caps text, as these may trigger spam filters.

  • Keep the message concise and clear: People are bombarded with emails every day, so keep your message short, simple, and easy to understand. Make sure the main message is communicated early on in the email, so readers don't have to scroll or search for it.

  • Make the call-to-action clear: Whatever action you want your recipients to take, make sure the call-to-action is clear and easy to find. Use a button image or hyperlink.

  • Click the "Review Email" button once you are done composing your email.

  • Click the "Save Email" button and your email is now saved.

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