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How Do You Make PLR Emails Your Own?

Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by blackhorse31, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. blackhorse31

    blackhorse31 Newbie

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    Hi guys, my biggest weakness is writing email followups/broadasts for bodybuidling niche. So I dediced to purchase a bunch of pre-written newsletters from a PLR website. I was impressed by the content it contained and I think I can use most of it to send out to my email list.

    But before I do that, I want to be able to personlise it and make it my own, so I need some suggestions from you guys if you don't mind helping me get started.

    Here are some sample email messages: My question is, how can I incorporate my own knowledge and story into these emails as I have a lot of knowledge as a bodybuilder but as I already said, i'm not the best writer. thanks in advance.

    Subject: %%FIRSTNAME%%, Force Muscle to Grow

    Muscles don't just get bigger of their own accord, and just exercising muscle does not make it get bigger. Exercise will make muscles stronger, of course, but exercise will not make muscles larger. Muscles must be forced to grow. Muscles get larger after enough stress is put on a muscle to make small tears in it. Then, as the muscle rests and nutrition is provided, the body makes repairs to the muscle and adds strength as well as size to the muscle.

    Please look at:
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    Doctors have a name for the muscle-building process. They call it hypertrophy.

    Here's the way the process works: muscles are stressed, muscles are rested, muscles are stressed more, muscles are rested. The process is repeated over and over. It's sometimes called "progressive overload."

    And visit:
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    Aerobic exercises are for the purpose of building endurance and strengthening the heart. Bodybuilding is not based upon endurance. Bodybuilding is based upon strength, and strength training is the only kind of exercise that will make muscles bigger. Let me rephrase that; strength training followed by rest will make muscles bigger. The rest is equally important. Nutrition is also an important factor — you have to provide your body with the nutrients and the
    calories necessary to repair, rebuild, and strengthen muscle.

    The body is designed for survival. In order to trigger muscle growth, you must engage the body's survival mechanism. When the body is asked to lift heavier and heavier loads, it perceives this as a threat to survival. The human body is genetically programmed to build muscle mass in order to handle future threats and thus guarantee survival.

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  2. kossytv

    kossytv Newbie

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    These emails dont look great. Have a look at Andre Chaperon email courses. You'll have a good overview