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What's your email writing style?

Want to write emails that your ideal customers love to read? 💌 Find out how to harness your natural communication style so you can win at emails for your personal brand. Selling with email & resonating with your audience just got a whole lot easier.

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    What are three words your bestie would use to describe you?
    • A.
      Charismatic, fun, adventurous.
      (Correlates to: You're a… Playful Poet )
    • B.
      Nurturing, chill, supportive.
      (Correlates to: You’re a... Friendly Phenom)
    • C.
      Confident, determined, inspiring.
      (Correlates to: You’re a… Storytelling Sensation)
    • D.
      Thoughtful, loyal, grounded.
      (Correlates to: You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter)
  • 2.
    If your brand was a glass of wine, what would it be?
    • A.
      Riesling. Sweet, inviting, and totally charming.
      (Correlates to: You’re a... Friendly Phenom)
    • B.
      Cabernet Sauvignon. Big, bold, and powerful.
      (Correlates to: You’re a… Storytelling Sensation)
    • C.
      Grenache. Classy, unexpected, and a little bit artsy. 
      (Correlates to: You're a… Playful Poet )
    • D.
      Picpoul de Pinet. High quality, thought-provoking, and subtly sharp.
      (Correlates to: You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter)
  • 3.
    You're at a famous literary cafe in Paris in the 1920s, where can I find you?
    • A.
      I'm sitting in the corner with a glass of whiskey, a cigarette, and my thoughts. Plus, this is the best people-watching ever. 
      (Correlates to: You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter)
    • B.
      I'm dancing on a table with Anais Nin and some other rebels. I'm turning this gathering into a party. 
      (Correlates to: You're a… Playful Poet )
    • C.
      I'm having a heart to heart about love and grief in an intimate group. I'm also making sure everyone stays hydrated. 
      (Correlates to: You’re a... Friendly Phenom)
    • D.
      I'm getting into a heated debate on the newest literary movement, everyone's stopped to hear me and another well-known writer hold court. 
      (Correlates to: You’re a… Storytelling Sensation)
  • 4.
    What best describes your business model?
    • A.
      I sell products  
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I sell digital products/courses 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I'm a service provider
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Other
      (Correlates to: )
  • 5.
    Tell me about your welcome sequence...
    • A.
      A welcome what-now?
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I know I need a welcome sequence to nurture new subscribers, but I haven't had the time to put one together (or to figure out how it's done). 
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I have a so-so welcome sequence in place. It doesn't get as many opens as I'd like. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      I've got the welcome sequence of champions. It performs really well, builds brand loyalty, and even leads to sales.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    *Poof* Your email fairy grandmother is here and she's going to grant you one wish when it comes to winning at email. Which wish do you wish?
    • A.
      She's brilliantly segmented my entire list so my emails can be a lot more relevant to my different customers. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      She's made it easy for me to sell in email without feeling sleazy.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      She's written an epic welcome sequence for me that's already converting leads into customers. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      She's written me a foolproof launch sequence that's going to double my number of signups. 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    How long have you been lighting up the internet with your online business?
    • A.
      I'm just exploring the space, I haven't "officially" gotten started yet. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
       Under 6 months, and I know I need to nail my email strategy fast, so I can reap the rewards.  
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      1-2 years, I've been making big strides and am ready to really boost my revenue through email. 
      (Correlates to: )
    • D.
      Several years now. I'm always looking for ways to up my email game. 
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    Congrats, Friend! Your last launch was your highest grossing yet. Your emails converted like crazy! Where are you going to go to celebrate?
    • A.
      I'm going to go scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef. It's time for some adventure and exhilaration.
      (Correlates to: You’re a… Storytelling Sensation)
    • B.
      A yoga retreat in the mountains of Northern California. I want to nourish myself with meditation, incredible vegetarian meals, and chill out in the magic of the mountains.
      (Correlates to: You’re a... Friendly Phenom)
    • C.
      I'm going to Barcelona with a group of besties. We're going to hit a music festival, take in the art, and party it up in style.
      (Correlates to: You're a… Playful Poet )
    • D.
      I'm going to Iceland to take in the hot springs with a close friend. It's going to be a quiet, reflective time. I also can't wait to go see the ice caves. 
      (Correlates to: You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter)
  • 9.
    Which of these quotes about writing MOST speaks to you?
    • A.
      “Writing is a job, a talent, but it’s also the place to go in your head. It is the imaginary friend you drink your tea with in the afternoon.” — Ann Patchett 
      (Correlates to: You're a… Playful Poet )
    • B.
      “Write what should not be forgotten” — Isabel Allende
      (Correlates to: You’re a… Storytelling Sensation)
    • C.
      “One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple.” — Jack Kerouac 
      (Correlates to: You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter)
    • D.
      “A good writer possesses not only his own spirit but also the spirit of his friends.” — Friedrich Nietzsche 
      (Correlates to: You’re a... Friendly Phenom)
  • 10.
    What, to you, makes a great story?
    • A.
      I'm drawn to intimate stories that let me into someone's personal experience, while sharing the lessons they have learned.
      (Correlates to: You’re a… Storytelling Sensation)
    • B.
      I love details, proof, and the science or backstory behind the story. I tend to read more nonfiction than fiction.
      (Correlates to: You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter)
    • C.
      The characters and the relationships. I love unpacking how humans interact with each other. 
      (Correlates to: You’re a... Friendly Phenom)
    • D.
      The style of the writing. I love reading beautiful prose that makes me see images in my head. I want to be romanced and swept away.  
      (Correlates to: You're a… Playful Poet )

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    You’re a… Storytelling Sensation
    As a goal-oriented innovator, you're also a thought leader. You have a visionary approach to life and the power to inspire confidence in others. When you allow your personal stories to take center stage in your emails, people will see themselves in your triumphs.You're always at the cutting edge of what people in your industry are up to. Your audience is looking for these insights from you, because chances are...that's why they came to you in the first place. So don't hold back, share your strong opinions, your perspective, and even your battle scars. The key to making your personal story resonate with your audience? After you share your own experience, explain how your audience can apply this to their businesses and their lives. Write about what you learned, your hard won lessons, and new ways of looking at challenges. Collect a bank of your best stories that you can draw from whenever you need inspiration. Or check out this blog post of 55 email story prompts. In addition to sharing your stories, share your honest opinion! Pick a fight with something you disagree with. Discuss why you disagree with a commonly held belief in your industry. Take a stand. Use your bold nature to set the trend. The great thing about boldly sharing your perspective in email? The people who are into it will become even more raving fans. Then the potential customers coming onto your list are going to be the people you will really love to work with. Here's a tip for you to win at email…Because you like to give off a polished vibe, it may seem scary to show your vulnerability in your stories. But your audience doesn't just want to hear about how you win. They want to know about your losses too. The good old underdog victories. Let yourself share some vulnerability (to your comfort level of course). In this way, your people can really connect to you and see their own potential through your tales of growth.All in all, don't be afraid to pack your emails with your glorious personality. Because you were made to shine. "If you're going to have a story, have a big story, or none at all." — Joseph CampbellOPEN UPHere are 3 tricks for writing better emails (that people love to open) 1. Keep a Swipe File!All copywriters know that starting from a blank page is a lot harder than starting with a swipe. Having a swipe file absolutely doesn't mean stealing the copy that someone else has written. But look at emails you love, and think about how they're operating. Dissect the structure of the email. Does it open with a hook and end with a call to action? How many offers are in the email? By the way, the golden rule with email and copywriting in general is to have one simple offer. So start saving emails you love. Save welcome sequences, launch emails, great newsletters, and any emails that really stand out in your inbox. The next time you go to write an email, look at what your inbox's champions are putting out there. Another resource for really good email swipes is the website reallygoodemails.com.2. Take Advantage of the Welcome Sequence A welcome sequence can be your email list's secret weapon. That's because when someone first signs up for your list… they're actively engaging with you. By opting in, they're telling you they want to hear from you.This is like the honeymoon period in your relationship. It's a ripe opportunity to build loyalty, engagement, and even convert these new subscribers into customers. Because in addition to the people who've just bought from you, the newest leads on your list are your hottest prospects.You want to create an opportunity for your new leads to fall in love with your emails, so they keep opening them in the future. If you don't have a welcome sequence… write a welcome sequence. If you have a welcome sequence, now's the time to optimize it. Check out what's working and what's not performing so well. Check out my blog post, the 5 Essential Elements of A Killer Welcome Sequence.It's time to take advantage of this powerful opportunity to really nurture your relationship with your list. 3. Just Write ItLike any form of writing, email writing gets better with practice. In addition, we actually figure out what we are trying to say through the process of writing. Writing is like thinking on paper (or on a document in this digital age). Give yourself permission to figure it out through writing.You're also going to learn about your audience by sending them more emails. So treat your email writing as an experiment. A golden rule in copywriting is "test, test, and test." Try things out. See what works in the wild. Did more people respond to a personal story than they did to a discount? That's invaluable information. Do you copy?Hey Friend, I'm Alicia Arles, email copywriter and launch strategist for personal brands who want to positively impact the online space. Email is my superpower...and guess what? It can be yours too! 💌 💸I help personal brands win at email through data-driven copy that excites, delights, and delivers results. I help personal brands find and deliver their authentic brand voice. So you can step into the spotlight and craft a community of loyal and awesome fans. Before slinging words, I was a trend analyst for a top global branding firm. Through studying trends, I developed a knack for understanding how deeper societal influences impact cultural interests and buying decisions. I decided to use this power for good and started my own copywriting business. I'm all about helping incredible mission-based and soul-centered businesses change the way we do business.So you want to be an email wizard?Here are some resources to enchant your subscribers immediately 🧙✨1. Want to sound more authentic in your emails? Grab my interview on the "I Love Marketing" Podcast. I talk about how working with trends gave me the ability to see what makes a personal brand stand out. I share my go-to tips for making your copy sound more like you. You'll also get my three top tips for growing your email list in a hurry. 2. Let's set you up with emails that will catapult your next launch. Join my FREE Masterclass: Launch Like You Mean It. I share seven launch email sequence essentials that will save you time, money, and all the headaches. Here's where you'll learn exactly how I approach all my six-figure launches.3. Get ready to discover your biggest email opportunities. Book a Strategy Session With Me. In the space of an hour, we'll hone in what's working and how you can boost your conversions. I'll help you get super clear on how you can use email to grow revenue for your business. Plus, you'll get live copy suggestions on the spot. 📩 You've Got Mail 📮Now that you know more about your email storytelling style, I hope you're already getting inspired to pump up your next newsletter. Check your email for a very special love letter (oops I mean email) from yours truly. Inside, you'll get your quiz results as well as my go-to launch-planning guide. Over the next week, you'll be getting more inspiration from me about how to write powerful emails that get more opens, clicks, and replies. Because the power of email unleashed can seriously boost your conversions. 💌 Here's to winning at email and letting it be easy 🍷
  • 2.
    You're a… Playful Poet 
    You have an artistic communication style and a creative lease on life. You're a creative influencer, a social butterfly, and the life of any party. Emails that highlight your artistic, trend-setting perspective are gonna glow up your fan's inboxes. Communication is your superpower, and the arts are your bread and butter. Give yourself permission to use your creative style in your emails. That means that you create your own rules. You tend to have tons of great ideas. So keep running a list of anything and everything that inspires you and imagine that your newsletter is like a mini-museum or a curated cabinet of curiosity. A window of delight for your following. Of all the personality types, you’re an influencer. So use your email newsletter as a way to share your unique, forward-looking perspective. Share personal stories, share trends in your space that are lighting you up, and share your unique perspective on life. You can even make your newsletter experiential, flowy, and visually beautiful. Imagine that your weekly email is a breath of fresh air for your subscribers who now get to enter into your creative brain space. Let your newsletter fully express your brand aesthetic. Here's a tip to make your emails sing...Trust. Your. Instincts. You don't have to do email like anyone else. When you let your email newsletter style be creative… it's going to leave a lasting impact on your audience. Treat your newsletter like your very own diary of creative influences and obsessionsYour creative nature means occasionally you can get a little shy about the concept of selling in email, even as a business owner. Even though email is the selling engine of any online business. So here's your permission to actually share and sell via email. You don't have to sell in every email, but definitely use your newsletter for what it can do. And challenge yourself to share more frequently!“Don't bend; don't water it down; don't try to make it logical; don't edit your own soul according to the fashion. Rather, follow your most intense obsessions mercilessly." — Franz KafkaOPEN UPHere are 3 tricks for writing better emails (that people love to open)1. Keep a Swipe File!All copywriters know that starting from a blank page is a lot harder than starting with a swipe. Having a swipe file absolutely doesn't mean stealing the copy that someone else has written. But look at emails you love, and think about how they're operating. Dissect the structure of the email. Does it open with a hook and end with a call to action? How many offers are in the email? By the way, the golden rule with email and copywriting in general is to have one simple offer. So start saving emails you love. Save welcome sequences, launch emails, great newsletters, and any emails that really stand out in your inbox. The next time you go to write an email, look at what your inbox's champions are putting out there. Another resource for really good email swipes is the website reallygoodemails.com.2. Take Advantage of the Welcome Sequence A welcome sequence can be your email list's secret weapon. That's because when someone first signs up for your list… they're actively engaging with you. By opting in, they're telling you they want to hear from you.This is like the honeymoon period in your relationship. It's a ripe opportunity to build loyalty, engagement, and even convert these new subscribers into customers. Because in addition to the people who've just bought from you, the newest leads on your list are your hottest prospects.You want to create an opportunity for your new leads to fall in love with your emails, so they keep opening them in the future. If you don't have a welcome sequence… write a welcome sequence. If you have a welcome sequence, now's the time to optimize it. Check out what's working and what's not performing so well. Check out my blog post, the 5 Essential Elements of A Killer Welcome Sequence.It's time to take advantage of this powerful opportunity to really nurture your relationship with your list. 3. Just Write ItLike any form of writing, email writing gets better with practice. In addition, we actually figure out what we are trying to say through the process of writing. Writing is like thinking on paper (or on a document in this digital age). Give yourself permission to figure it out through writing.You're also going to learn about your audience by sending them more emails. So treat your email writing as an experiment. A golden rule in copywriting is "test, test, and test." Try things out. See what works in the wild. Did more people respond to a personal story than they did to a discount? That's invaluable information. Do you copy?Hey Friend, I'm Alicia Arles, email copywriter and launch strategist for personal brands who want to positively impact the online space. Email is my superpower...and guess what? It can be yours too! 💌 💸I help personal brands win at email through data-driven copy that excites, delights, and delivers results. I help personal brands find and deliver their authentic brand voice. So you can step into the spotlight and craft a community of loyal and awesome fans. Before slinging words, I was a trend analyst for a top global branding firm. Through studying trends, I developed a knack for understanding how deeper societal influences impact cultural interests and buying decisions. I decided to use this power for good and started my own copywriting business. I'm all about helping incredible mission-based and soul-centered businesses change the way we do business.So you want to be an email wizard?Here are some resources to enchant your subscribers immediately 🧙✨1. Want to sound more authentic in your emails? Grab my interview on the "I Love Marketing" Podcast. I talk about how working with trends gave me the ability to see what makes a personal brand stand out. I share my go-to tips for making your copy sound more like you. You'll also get my three top tips for growing your email list in a hurry. 2. Let's set you up with emails that will catapult your next launch. Join my FREE Masterclass: Launch Like You Mean It. I share seven launch email sequence essentials that will save you time, money, and all the headaches. Here's where you'll learn exactly how I approach all my six-figure launches.3. Get ready to discover your biggest email opportunities. Book a Strategy Session With Me. In the space of an hour, we'll hone in what's working and how you can boost your conversions. I'll help you get super clear on how you can use email to grow revenue for your business. Plus, you'll get live copy suggestions on the spot. 📩 You've Got Mail 📮Now that you know more about your email storytelling style, I hope you're already getting inspired to pump up your next newsletter. Check your email for a very special love letter (oops I mean email) from yours truly. Inside, you'll get your quiz results as well as my go-to launch-planning guide. Over the next week, you'll be getting more inspiration from me about how to write powerful emails that get more opens, clicks, and replies. Because the power of email unleashed can seriously boost your conversions. 💌 Here's to winning at email and letting it be easy 🍷
  • 3.
    You’re a... Friendly Phenom
    You are supportive, compassionate, and kind. You're a one-in-a-million friend, and you're a rock for many people. Because you're such a people person, community is extremely important to you. An email newsletter that focuses on relationships will make your audience feel seen and held. First off, use email to highlight your relationships in your business community. Share client wins and testimonials. Share how people and businesses you love are absolutely rocking the space. You can even curate a weekly list of the awesomeness you're seeing in your online business community. Of any personality type, being an affiliate comes naturally to you, because you naturally and authentically share what you love about your fellow business owners. You also shine when you focus on your readers' relationships with themselves. Because people come to you for support and advice, why not lend your natural coaching to your subscribers?Teach your audience ways that they can take care of themselves, your tips and tricks for self-care. Let them in on your motivation and mindset hacks. Talk about what inspires you and what keeps you going. Share your own stories of overcoming challenges. Here's a tip to totally win at email...Because you love nurturing others, sometimes you may feel shy sharing about yourself. But the people on your list have opted in to hear from YOU.Challenge yourself to open your heart, share what's going on behind the scenes, and be brave. Your audience will resonate with this kind of authenticity. Through these authentic stories, you build trust, connection, and community. “After nourishment, shelter and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world.” — Philip PullmanOPEN UPHere are 3 tricks for writing better emails (that people love to open)1. Keep a Swipe File!All copywriters know that starting from a blank page is a lot harder than starting with a swipe. Having a swipe file absolutely doesn't mean stealing the copy that someone else has written. But look at emails you love, and think about how they're operating. Dissect the structure of the email. Does it open with a hook and end with a call to action? How many offers are in the email? By the way, the golden rule with email and copywriting in general is to have one simple offer. So start saving emails you love. Save welcome sequences, launch emails, great newsletters, and any emails that really stand out in your inbox. The next time you go to write an email, look at what your inbox's champions are putting out there. Another resource for really good email swipes is the website reallygoodemails.com.2. Take Advantage of the Welcome Sequence A welcome sequence can be your email list's secret weapon. That's because when someone first signs up for your list… they're actively engaging with you. By opting in, they're telling you they want to hear from you.This is like the honeymoon period in your relationship. It's a ripe opportunity to build loyalty, engagement, and even convert these new subscribers into customers. Because in addition to the people who've just bought from you, the newest leads on your list are your hottest prospects.You want to create an opportunity for your new leads to fall in love with your emails, so they keep opening them in the future. If you don't have a welcome sequence… write a welcome sequence. If you have a welcome sequence, now's the time to optimize it. Check out what's working and what's not performing so well. Check out my blog post, the 5 Essential Elements of A Killer Welcome Sequence.It's time to take advantage of this powerful opportunity to really nurture your relationship with your list. 3. Just Write ItLike any form of writing, email writing gets better with practice. In addition, we actually figure out what we are trying to say through the process of writing. Writing is like thinking on paper (or on a document in this digital age). Give yourself permission to figure it out through writing.You're also going to learn about your audience by sending them more emails. So treat your email writing as an experiment. A golden rule in copywriting is "test, test, and test." Try things out. See what works in the wild. Did more people respond to a personal story than they did to a discount? That's invaluable information. Do you copy?Hey Friend, I'm Alicia Arles, email copywriter and launch strategist for personal brands who want to positively impact the online space. Email is my superpower...and guess what? It can be yours too! 💌 💸I help personal brands win at email through data-driven copy that excites, delights, and delivers results. I help personal brands find and deliver their authentic brand voice. So you can step into the spotlight and craft a community of loyal and awesome fans. Before slinging words, I was a trend analyst for a top global branding firm. Through studying trends, I developed a knack for understanding how deeper societal influences impact cultural interests and buying decisions. I decided to use this power for good and started my own copywriting business. I'm all about helping incredible mission-based and soul-centered businesses change the way we do business.So you want to be an email wizard?Here are some resources to enchant your subscribers immediately 🧙✨1. Want to sound more authentic in your emails? Grab my interview on the "I Love Marketing" Podcast. I talk about how working with trends gave me the ability to see what makes a personal brand stand out. I share my go-to tips for making your copy sound more like you. You'll also get my three top tips for growing your email list in a hurry. 2. Let's set you up with emails that will catapult your next launch. Join my FREE Masterclass: Launch Like You Mean It. I share seven launch email sequence essentials that will save you time, money, and all the headaches. Here's where you'll learn exactly how I approach all my six-figure launches.3. Get ready to discover your biggest email opportunities. Book a Strategy Session With Me. In the space of an hour, we'll hone in what's working and how you can boost your conversions. I'll help you get super clear on how you can use email to grow revenue for your business. Plus, you'll get live copy suggestions on the spot. 📩 You've Got Mail 📮Now that you know more about your email storytelling style, I hope you're already getting inspired to pump up your next newsletter. Check your email for a very special love letter (oops I mean email) from yours truly. Inside, you'll get your quiz results as well as my go-to launch-planning guide. Over the next week, you'll be getting more inspiration from me about how to write powerful emails that get more opens, clicks, and replies. Because the power of email unleashed can seriously boost your conversions. 💌 Here's to winning at email and letting it be easy 🍷
  • 4.
    You're a… Mysterious Moonlighter
    You're deep, wise, and have a keen intelligence. You generally enjoy being under the radar… You may even cloak yourself in a bit of mystery. Using email to share a unique glimpse into your world is going to pique everyone's interest. Because you're a great listener, a way for you to find new ideas for emails is to look and listen. What are people talking about in your community? Do you agree, or do you have another perspective? It might even be time for a well-researched deep-dive on the subject that your list will totally love. Educational emails that show off your substantial brain power really suit you. Highlight your analytical skills in your emails. Share what you're thinking about and the puzzles that keep you up at night. Analyze best practices and share the insights of your research with your list. They'll feel like they're getting insider intel. Which of course they are.Because you're great with systems, share your productivity hacks as well as lists, tips, tricks, and all the systems that work well for you. This is what your list is waiting for. Here's a tip to make your emails shine…Because you tend to like everything to be perfect, that may keep you from sending out a newsletter on the regular. But when it comes to email, the more you email your list, the more you're building your relationship. The more you build loyalty and your know, like and trust factor. So don't let perfectionism keep you from being consistent. With email, consistency is key. “You have to do the research. If you don't know about something, then you ask the right people who do.” – Spike LeeOPEN UPHere are 3 tricks for writing better emails (that people love to open)1. Keep a Swipe File!All copywriters know that starting from a blank page is a lot harder than starting with a swipe. Having a swipe file absolutely doesn't mean stealing the copy that someone else has written. But look at emails you love, and think about how they're operating. Dissect the structure of the email. Does it open with a hook and end with a call to action? How many offers are in the email? By the way, the golden rule with email and copywriting in general is to have one simple offer. So start saving emails you love. Save welcome sequences, launch emails, great newsletters, and any emails that really stand out in your inbox. The next time you go to write an email, look at what your inbox's champions are putting out there. Another resource for really good email swipes is the website reallygoodemails.com.2. Take Advantage of the Welcome Sequence A welcome sequence can be your email list's secret weapon. That's because when someone first signs up for your list… they're actively engaging with you. By opting in, they're telling you they want to hear from you.This is like the honeymoon period in your relationship. It's a ripe opportunity to build loyalty, engagement, and even convert these new subscribers into customers. Because in addition to the people who've just bought from you, the newest leads on your list are your hottest prospects.You want to create an opportunity for your new leads to fall in love with your emails, so they keep opening them in the future. If you don't have a welcome sequence… write a welcome sequence. If you have a welcome sequence, now's the time to optimize it. Check out what's working and what's not performing so well. Check out my blog post, the 5 Essential Elements of A Killer Welcome Sequence.It's time to take advantage of this powerful opportunity to really nurture your relationship with your list. 3. Just Write ItLike any form of writing, email writing gets better with practice. In addition, we actually figure out what we are trying to say through the process of writing. Writing is like thinking on paper (or on a document in this digital age). Give yourself permission to figure it out through writing.You're also going to learn about your audience by sending them more emails. So treat your email writing as an experiment. A golden rule in copywriting is "test, test, and test." Try things out. See what works in the wild. Did more people respond to a personal story than they did to a discount? That's invaluable information. Do you copy?Hey Friend, I'm Alicia Arles, email copywriter and launch strategist for personal brands who want to positively impact the online space. Email is my superpower...and guess what? It can be yours too! 💌 💸I help personal brands win at email through data-driven copy that excites, delights, and delivers results. I help personal brands find and deliver their authentic brand voice. So you can step into the spotlight and craft a community of loyal and awesome fans. Before slinging words, I was a trend analyst for a top global branding firm. Through studying trends, I developed a knack for understanding how deeper societal influences impact cultural interests and buying decisions. I decided to use this power for good and started my own copywriting business. I'm all about helping incredible mission-based and soul-centered businesses change the way we do business.So you want to be an email wizard?Here are some resources to enchant your subscribers immediately 🧙✨1. Want to sound more authentic in your emails? Grab my interview on the "I Love Marketing" Podcast. I talk about how working with trends gave me the ability to see what makes a personal brand stand out. I share my go-to tips for making your copy sound more like you. You'll also get my three top tips for growing your email list in a hurry. 2. Let's set you up with emails that will catapult your next launch. Join my FREE Masterclass: Launch Like You Mean It. I share seven launch email sequence essentials that will save you time, money, and all the headaches. Here's where you'll learn exactly how I approach all my six-figure launches.3. Get ready to discover your biggest email opportunities. Book a Strategy Session With Me. In the space of an hour, we'll hone in what's working and how you can boost your conversions. I'll help you get super clear on how you can use email to grow revenue for your business. Plus, you'll get live copy suggestions on the spot. 📩 You've Got Mail 📮Now that you know more about your email storytelling style, I hope you're already getting inspired to pump up your next newsletter. Check your email for a very special love letter (oops I mean email) from yours truly. Inside, you'll get your quiz results as well as my go-to launch-planning guide. Over the next week, you'll be getting more inspiration from me about how to write powerful emails that get more opens, clicks, and replies. Because the power of email unleashed can seriously boost your conversions. 💌 Here's to winning at email and letting it be easy 🍷