If you don’t have time to write 6 or 7 emails each week to send to 

your list, try this method instead:

Pick out several evergreen products that you know and trust and 

can promote to your list for months (years?) to come. For example, 

your favorite hosting service or autoresponder, if you’re in the internet 

marketing niche.

Write 4 emails for each of these evergreen products. They can be 

stand  alone emails  or a sequence  with each email  building on the 

previous one, whichever you prefer. Put a link in each email to the 

product or service you are promoting. 

Place  these sequences  into your autoresponder  and schedule 

them to go begin going out as soon as someone joins your list.

However,  cue these  emails so they  only go out on Sundays, 

Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.

Monday and Wednesday are reserved for new emails you write, 

promoting new products.

No  matter  when a new  lead signs up,  they start on the  email 

sequences  you’ve programmed,  but they never receive  them on 

Monday or Wednesday because this is when you send out your new, 

live emails.

Now you’re only having to write two emails per week.

Once you get used to sourcing products to promote and writing 

the emails for them, you have a choice: You can either send more live 

emails and fewer autoresponder emails, or you can use some of your 

new  emails  as automated  sequences (assuming  the products stay 

relevant and available.)

This method is a great way to ease into emailing 6 days a week, 

and it’s perfect for the person who is currently working a full time job 

but looking to quit as soon as the online income is high enough.

It’s also perfect for the new marketer who takes a long time to write 

an email. 

No worries, you’ll get faster with time.

Try this method and see if it doesn’t take some of the email writing 

pressure off of you.