Hi, is anybody here using the ASK method by Ryan Levesque for your email marketing?
Is it possible to find the templates for free somewhere?

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JerryMcCoy Premium
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DynamicDavid Premium
Jay did a few live video classes on email marketing recently. In one of them, when someone asked for templates of working emails, he recommended that you create them yourself, using your own voice (that is your way of writing not talking).
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Gopika1 Premium
Thanks David.
Yes, of course, to be your self is key to build a relationship with your list. I'm looking for the templates to understand more about the Ask method and implement it myself. I don't want to copy it.
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DynamicDavid Premium
I am not familiar with that. I would suggest that you do a google search to see if that helps you to find that template for free, assuming of course, that you have not done that already. :)

There is "gogetter" training here, and Bo (WA member Botipton) who develops it suggests a formula for writing blogs, which may be applicable to emails as well:

1. State the problem
2. State the benefit
3. Show the benefit
4. Ask for the sale

Hope this helps.
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Gopika1 Premium
Thanks David.
about the ask method: "The basic idea is very simple: You are just guessing what your customers actually want, right now and in the future. So perhaps it’s time you asked them what they want.
According to Levesque, the way to check is to put them through a series of surveys.
Their answers to these survey questions will enable you to put your customers into groups.
When you have those groups, you can better tailor your product/service packages to these groups."
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DynamicDavid Premium
Interesting. Sounds like a lot of work. You are going to have to find a number of people willing to do those surveys, assume that the responses are pretty accurate and then do the emails that are pretty much aimed at the person who is in your market. I am sure that it really depends on the products/services that you are marketing.

In my opinion, I think that most people wouldn't have the time to do the survey by email, so you might be alienating people who might become paying customers if you ask them to do a survey. At this stage, I ignore any survey requests, no matter what the source, unless it is a source I already know well and it is not going to take up a lot of time.
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Gopika1 Premium
There is a way to make it much simple and natural than just surveys. Is like small conversations with your customers.
I've found few good examples.
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