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Tonight I saw a rainbow, and I thought it could be a promise for peaceful times to come. Can't we all use a little peace and serenity in our lives? I know I can. I am enjoying some right now, taking pleasure in writing this message to you. I hope you are, as well.

I just wanted to give you a final reminder that if you didn't pick up the Peaceful Summer 10-Day Journaling Challenge to share with your readers, you may be missing out!

It won't take much effort at all to set this up and get your readers warmed up to the idea of some introspective writing.

First, let's do a quick run-through of HOW to set this up, in case you don't know. The content contains 10 days' worth of exercises. It's a neat alternative to sitting on a coaching call or turning around an assignment to have a coach review the client's progress. This could be a great way to relieve stress, encourage mindfulness and help people connect more fully in their relationships as well as engaging in activities to live well and be happy.

Set Up Your 10-Day Challenge Autoresponder

Once you have purchased this content, you will receive an email with your zipped file inside. Save it to a folder on your computer.

Next, pop open the email program that you use to send mass mailings. This should be something like Aweber, which is what I use. You can also set this up from inside of your membership account, such as aMember, which is also what I use to run the Wordfeeder private content area.

So, navigate to the area where you would start a new email autoresponder series. Open the MS Word document that contains the 10-day peaceful challenge. Type the subject of your email, such as "Thanks for joining the Peaceful Summer Journaling Challenge." For the body of the email, paste the intro content that came inside of the document.

Welcome them to the course, then do your sign-off.

If you like, you may also want to customize this message and add a bit of an intro about you and the services you provide. It's always good to customize PLR content.

Okay, so now tell them they're ready to begin the course, and that Exercise 1 will soon arrive in their inbox. Save your email as the first one in this autoresponder series.

The second email in the series is actually the FIRST journaling exercise. So start a new autoresponder message within that same series. This will be email 2, or DAY 1 of the Peaceful Journaling Challenge.

Copy and paste the content from your MS Word document for Day 2. Add any personalizations you may wish to share.

Save the email and time it to go out on DAY 1 (the same day as the INTRO email). Most autoresponder programs will let you send these out in sequence on the same day.

Repeat the process for DAY 2 of the challenge, until you reach day 10. On Day 10, you can either send 2 emails, just like you did for DAY 1. OR, you can simply paste the contents of both the DAY 10 exercise AND the conclusion that came with your done-for-you challenge.

Remember, as always, that you can always include an upsell to go along with your message. Add it to a "PS" or work in a mention or two in your personalized email. You can hyperlink a word that takes your readers to a sales page where you offer another product, such as an ebook or your coaching program.

Another option is to slip in a few extra sales emails that will go out along with the rest of the sequence. The idea is that since they are already enjoying being engaged in this challenge, they may also appreciate other, similar info products or programs of yours. For example, maybe you have a stress relief course that would offer them some relief.

Q: What if you don't have a way to set up an autoresponder series via email?


A: This challenge could Actually help you build your list!

Well, if you have yet to run a mailing list, this challenge could be a great place to start building one. You can still collect email addresses even if you have not yet set up an account with Aweber or some other company like them. Just invite people to participate, and grab their contact details before you let them into your private Facebook group where the event will be held.

You can run the challenge on your Facebook or LinkedIn group if you have one. For each "day," check in with your group and invite them to read and follow along with a new BLOG POST (on your blog) that contains the same information. So when they go to your blog, they see DAY 1 of the Peaceful Journaling Challenge, with the article, exercise, journal prompt, and intention to set for that day.

A final idea is to make this into an ebook to either sell or set up for free on a site like e-junkie or gumroad. With just a few extra steps, you can turn your Word document into a PDF and upload it as a new product to sell from their platform. E-junkie is very economical, so check it out if you have yet to find a reliable way to sell ebooks online.

I hope this gives you some great ideas for using a 10-day challenge to connect with your readers, provide an alternative to traditional hourly coaching, and get more people excited about what you offer.

One last time, the 10-Day Peaceful Summer Journaling Challenge can be found for purchase right on this page. You get $12 off with coupon code PEACEFUL, and then the offer ends after midnight!

If you have any trouble downloading your product, please get in touch right away via email.

Thanks, and have a fantastic week!
Dina at Wordfeeder PLR