How To Write Email Subject Lines That Get Opened Immediately

Kenny Jahng —  2015/02/18 — 6 Comments

Email is still the killer app for engagement.  

If you show up in someone inbox consistently (with permission), you are relevant.

If you’re writing emails to your list – newsletters, promotional notices, anything with a call to action, you really need to get a good handle on writing amazing subject lines.

Here’s 5 ways to think about copywriting your email subject lines so that people open them consistently and immediately when showing up in their inbox.


Do you have any other tips or insights on how to get your emails opened? Share your ideas below.

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