[Free Kindle Book] Email Marketing Blueprint – The Ultimate Guide to Building an Email List Asset

Email Marketing - The Ultimate Guide to Building an Email List AssetYesterday, I put the finishing touches on my latest Amazon Kindle book.

It’s called:

Email Marketing Blueprint – The Ultimate Guide to Building an Email List Asset

This guide will be free through Amazon’s KDP Select program for the next three days.

Starting today (May 29th) to the end of Friday (May 31st); you can grab a free copy directly from Amazon.  (I might extend this by two days, but I’m not 100% sure that I’ll do this.)

If you want to learn the *right way* to do email marketing, then read on to discover how you can grab a free copy.

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Over the years, I’ve had some success with Kindle publishing, affiliate marketing and information marketing.  I think the main reason I’ve done well on these platforms is due to email marketing.

It doesn’t matter what type of Internet business you’re building – you NEED an email list.  Moreover, you need a list of engaged subscribers who take action on your messages.  My book, “Email Marketing Blueprint” will show you how to do this.

Here’s a taste of what’s covered:

  • Five Pillars of Successful List Building
  • Why “Free” Is the Best Way to Build an Email List
  • Three Long-Term Email Marketing Strategies
  • How to Perfectly Blend Autoresponders with Broadcast Messages
  • 12 Types of Email Marketing Messages (and When to Use Each)
  • How ONE Page Can Build Your Email List
  • Six List-Building WordPress Tools
  • How to Create Compelling, “Click-Worthy” Subject Lines
  • How to Time the Delivery of Email Messages
  • Nine Crucial List-Building Guidelines
  • How to Drive Traffic to an Email List

The goal of this Kindle book is to provide a step-by-step solution you can use to start building a successful email list today.

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Once again, I’m offering free copies (per Amazon’s KDP system) till midnight Pacific time on the 31st. So grab your copy while it’s still available.


I need your help!! In order to keep offering these free eBooks on a regular basis, I need reviews on Amazon. So I ask that you download this freebie and submit a review if you find this information to be useful. (Here is the link to the book in the Amazon marketplace.)

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I know some people have had trouble accessing my books in the past. The truth is you don’t need a Kindle! There are a variety of free ways you can read a Kindle eBook:

In short, it’s really simple to read Amazon Kindle books – No matter what type of device you use to access the Internet.

If you still have trouble accessing this Kindle book, please send me an email: stevescottsite[at]gmail[dot]com before the end of Friday the 31st and I’ll sort you out.


Here is the download link to my free book ==> http://www.stevescottsite.com/email-marketing-blueprint

And here’s the link to the UK Version ==> http://www.amazon.co.uk/Email-Marketing-Blueprint-Ultimate-ebook/dp/B00D0YUCUQ

Go download it now and let me know your thoughts.


Take Action. Get Results.

13 thoughts on “[Free Kindle Book] Email Marketing Blueprint – The Ultimate Guide to Building an Email List Asset”

    • Thanks Kate — worked hard to create a good course on email marketing. Thanks for the review. It helps a bunch. Feel free to drop me a line when you’re ready to launch your first Kindle book.

  1. Hello, Scott. Wow, how impactful! I feel your words jump off the page. The 5 Pillars alone make a great article. I can’t wait to read the rest of your book. One question I have is how many lines directly in an email makes one page? I’ve read that doing an e-zine in Word and then attaching it to an email is a no-no. People don’t like to open attachments and sometimes an attachment won’t open. But, without a template, it seems that this would be the best thing to do. Well, I think I just answered my own question. Write in Word and when you get one page copy that page into an email. For some reason I haven’t thought of it that way until now. Please let me know if I’m on the right track. Thank you for your time in this matter. Take care. Happy Summer from Alaska! AA-1 Designs, Invest in your shelf!, 2012 BPW/NTTF Entrepreneur of the Year Award

    • Rosella,

      To be honest, I don’t worry to much about email length or size. Some messages will be 1,000 words and others will be 50. Basically I do all my writing in Notepad, then I format everything so each line is less than 65 characters. Once a line gets near this end, I do a “hard return” and start a new line. This makes a nicely formatted message. Also, I don’t do email attachments. If I have to give a document to my subscribers, I’ll upload it to my website and provide a direct URL to download.

      Hope this helps.


  2. Thanks for this great offer. Another very important area as everyone wants to learn how to build a list and connect with subscribers properly.

    May I ask, who do you get to do your book covers? They look fab.

  3. Thank you for another great book. I can hardly stop reading, but need to place a “marker” and finish tomorrow, as it is too late tonight. I wonder if a person can bookmark a page…probably if one just leaves it open when closing down.

    Talking about a pure profit email, that turns me right off. The person makes a great come on and then sends you to their site and quotes a price that is way out of reason.

    It seems to me that the Authority Builder is the best kind of email.

    • Couldn’t agree more Clara. I do think that “Pure Profit” can work — but you’ll get more long-term value if you’re not always asking people to spend money.

  4. Hello Steve, great book that I read online, thanks! Your decision was to publish it digitally only. Makes sense BUT some people like me ALSO like to have a printed copy for easy reference. You decided against it, why?



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