Email Marketing: Triple Your Clicks!

Can you triple your clicks when it comes to the emails you send out to make sales?

I believe you can!

Based on my own marketing over the past 15+ years, and the work I have done with clients, I believe there is one simple change you can make that will yield excellent results.

By the way, this works for emails you send to your own list, solo ads and other forms of email marketing as well.

It's not about the length of your email marketing, or even the content. It's about where you put your call to action links!

I hope you enjoy this video and find it helpful. Please do leave a comment below if you have any questions or feedback.

Charlie Page

Happily married for 43 years, Charlie is the dad to two wonderful daughters. He is the author of 12 books on Internet marketing and creator of over 15 membership sites. You can see all Charlie offers using this link Click Here

  • Ken Pringle says:

    Charlie, great info and very accurate.
    Thank you for the reminders.

  • Bill Gaw says:

    This is why I’ve followed you for 16 years. I had forgotten the importance of where the LINK should be placed in a promotion email. Thanks to your brief, free video, my next promotion email will have three links placed as you recommended.

  • John Antaya says:

    Thank You for the sales letter explanation. Found it to be very helpful in learning the structure of a Sales Letter.


    • Charlie Page says:


      I’m happy you find it helpful. These little things really add up to better results when done consistently.


  • Thelma Lyles says:

    Thanks, Charlie for the information, I will implement it!

  • Lorna Landis says:

    Charlie, you talked about the “fear” part of marketing, I personally will ever respond to the use of fear. I feel today there is so much “fear based” news reporting, plus some good reasons for fear. If that is one of the best parts of his marketing, I am NOT interested. I am much more interested in the “upside”.

    • Charlie Page says:


      Me too! Fear is just a word that can represent something real or can be used for manipulation. If you know me at all you know I would not use manipulation.

      The thing is – study after study indicate that people are motivated to take action when they think they will lose something. This is why you see so much scarcity marketing online. I can attest that the 48 hours before the close of a special offer our sales increase dramatically.

      So while I echo your sentiment about fear, I do see where using ethical scarcity, such as sales or grand openings, is acceptable.

      I appreciate you sharing your point of view. That makes us all better!


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