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Q: Call to Action! ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Call to Action!
Category: Business and Money > Small Businesses
Asked by: emailproject-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 27 May 2003 08:43 PDT
Expires: 26 Jun 2003 08:43 PDT
Question ID: 209352
I am having an email program built that will be very similar to They have an email program that is truly the only
email client that offers so many cool add-ons. The main way I hope to
get traffic to the site is by advertising and having a link to my site
at the bottom of every email someone sends when they are using our
software. Here are a few things I was thinking the link could say. But
my question is can you give me some more idea? The links job will be
to build curiosity and get them to click on it.

Email You Wont Believe -
Email Just Like In The Movies - -
Click Here For An Email Experience Of A Life Time - -
Subject: Re: Call to Action!
Answered By: bitmaven-ga on 27 May 2003 09:42 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hey Emailproject-ga: 

I love creative assignments, as it inspires folks to think a little
out of the in-box ;-):

Here's a few ideas that the competition uses:  

'Created and best viewed with Incredimail! -- Get your free copy here'

'E-mail has finally evolved' -- Incredimail
'Get your Private, Free Email At' -- Hotmail. 

Blah.  Kinda boring.  Been there, done that. 

You want to emphasize the parts of the product that work.  For
instance, if your mail program is really keen on filtering:

1) 'You've got mail, but only the mail _you_ want, with' (To play off your email just like in the movies
bit ;)
2) 'You've got Mail!  Now with new improved filtering from'

3) 'Want a filter that really works against spam?  Try'

If you're touting ease-of use: 

4) 'MagnificentMail:   You'll be checking your mail, not checking the
5) 'MagnificentMail:  When you just want a mail client that works.'
6) 'MagnificentMail, for when you just want to e-mail and go!'

If your client is really interoperable with other systems: 
7) 'Worried about ditching Outlook Express/Outlook for a better
alternative?  Worry no longer.   MagnificentMail will import your
existing messages with the touch of a button.'

8) 'Magnificicent Mail -- When you just want everything to work, with
everything else.'

If you've magically solved my dream of making a windows-based PIM
manager, you could always include something like:

9) 'MagnificentMail -- keeps your life in order when you don't have
the time.'
10)'MagnificentMail -- Keeps your email and schedule up-to-date, in
one program.


11) 'MagnificentMail -- Checks your email without hassle.'
12) 'Why cry and wail?  Try MagnificentMail'  (Or MagnifiMail')

Or to hype on your features-list: 

13) 'MagnificentMail -- All the features, none of the bugs :-)'
14) 'MagnificentMail -- The effortless alternative to the other mail
15) 'MagnificentMail --  Email without questions'

16) 'MagnificentMail -- Just the mail, Ma'am'

17) 'MagnificentMail -- All others snail in comparison'
18) 'Why have an ordinary mail application, when you have

If you plan on having emoticons:  
19) 'MagnificentMail -- Now with smileys.' 
20) 'Show them what you really mean, with MagnificientMail.'

If you have a signature option like Incredimail:   
21) 'Signed, sealed, delivered -- with MagnificentMail.'
22) 'Anyone can send a boring text email -- how many can sign their
emails with a personal signature?  Now you can, with MagnificentMail.'

Finally, a little humor: 

23) 'MagnificentMail -- It's better than a kick in the head.'
24) 'MagnificentMail -- For the Dear John letters you do want to      
25) 'MagnificentMail -- Because some e-mail is too important for

I hope at least one of these tickles your fancy.   I know I'd at least
stop and grin at most of them, and the eyeballs are what you need.

emailproject-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $2.00
What a great job done... Thank you very much!

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