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The Fastest and Easiest Way To Increase Your Open Rate #2416
April 02, 2023

In episode #2416, we share the fastest and easiest way to increase your open rate. From prioritizing new content, creating anticipation, and the power of first impressions, these ideas are bound to help you boost your numbers. Tune in to learn more!

[00:21] Today’s topic: The Fastest and Easiest Way To Increase Your Open Rate.

[00:37] Creating a great first impression, and the lasting impact this has.

[02:02] Why new content is the most powerful tool for boosting your open rate!

[05:02] Ensuring that your readers look forward to your next email.

[06:05] That’s it! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe!

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