Simple Flow Chart for an Email Marketing Joint Venture Campaign

email marketing,emailWhat are the sequence of steps involved in a joint venture email campaign? That’s the question I was answering when I sketched this flow chart for a client to illustrate an email joint venture that we are developing and which will be launched within a few days.

In short, three email messages will be sent to the subscribers of Joint Venture Partner (A) over the course of 2 weeks. The emails will offer a free video and a series of three downloads in exchange for their names and emails.

Some percentage of interested subscribers from the email database of Joint Venture Partner (A) will be directed to the landing page of my client (Joint Venture Partner B) to view a video that will further inspire and encourage the visitors to subscribe to the offer.

Although the primary intent of the video message is to increase the percentage of subscribers via this video Landing Page, a secondary purpose is to develop a relationship with the visitors that positions the subject of the video as a thought leader in his niche industry.

Once the subscribers have entered their names and emails (and optional phone number), they will be directed to a “Success” page which features a one-question poll to gather additional info from the subscribers, which will be used for the marketing of follow-up products/services.

These new subscribers will instantly receive the first PDF download, via email, and will receive PDF downloads #2 and #3 over the following 10 days, also via email, which will familiarize the subscribers to the ongoing email newsletter which will continue on into the future offering valuable information, as well as offers for products and services, all specifically relevant to the same niche subject.

Joint Venture Partner (A) will also share in the profits generated by this campaign that I have developed for this client.

Once this campaign has run its course, a new one will be initiated with a different joint venture partner. Furthermore, additional subscriber generating strategies will be developed, tested and refined, as part of an ongoing process of increasing leads and sales.

UPDATE: Here’s another email flow chart:
http://skyworksmarketing.com/email-lead-generation/

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2 comments on “Simple Flow Chart for an Email Marketing Joint Venture Campaign
  1. Kindprogramme says:

    Why the multiple emails?

    • GA says:

      Good question. This could be accomplished with a single message, and that’s a common approach. However, by sending a series of related messages to “Joint Venture Partner Database” (A), it just means more emails will end up being subscribed to “Client Database” (B).

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