How To Get Your Readers To Tune Into Your Emails On Demand

I don’t really watch a lot of TV shows or movies nowadays.

If I do, either someone forces me to sit down and watch it with them. Or they recommend it to me and I get sold by their personal review.

Back in the younger days when I did regularly watch TV, there was the amazing “On Demand” feature that allowed me to watch whatever show I wanted, whenever I wanted.

My personal favorites:

Phineas & Ferb

The Suite Life on Deck

Wizards of Waverly Place

Spongebob Squarepants

And many other Nickelodeon and Disney shows.

But before the time of “On Demand,” you had to catch the newest episodes of your favorite TV shows. Otherwise, you’ll just miss it and have no idea when it’ll be on air again.

Saturday morning cartoons were a big thing too, at least for children.

Sometimes, tuning into your favorite TV shows would be a whole family event too.

I remember when my age was in the single digits, my family would gather in the living room to tune into the newest episode of a Chinese drama show. Personally, I was just tuning in solely because I was mesmerized by the action scenes.

But nowadays, there are so many streaming services available, so many different TV shows and movies all fighting for our attention.

Even on the Internet, there’s so much content trying to compete for our attention. Webinars, videos, articles, emails, etc.

It’s especially difficult trying to flag people’s attention down with emails. They get lost in their sea of junk emails a lot of the time.

But it’s certainly possible, if done right, to make your emails a thing that your readers will look forward to reading.

If you want to learn to do it the right way, then How to Become an Email Titan is the book that’ll teach you how to do so.

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