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In this digital porn age, email seems to get the short end of the stick when it comes to marketing. Many adult entertainers see this as an archaic way of communicating, especially now with sites like OnlyFans, etc. However, there has to be a reason that nearly every service, company and even those random Instagram stores still collect emails in 2020. One thing we all have in common online is an email address and because of this, you should consider incorporating email marketing as part of your hustle.

YNOT Mail is the perfect place to help you get all of this down to a science. “Getting your super fans onto your email lists means you can then direct them to platforms that you desire and find it easier to leverage your influence. This is where YNOT Mail can really help you as it can become “set and forget.” After set up, your customers will receive the content you select for them. After a few days (you set that period), they will get even more content and anytime you want to update them on new clips, they will be notified as well. “Increases of sales is marked by being able to contact your customers.” This quote is directly from Amberly Rothfield’s website on YNOT Mail and its benefits. For this whole series please visit her site! She did a killer job explaining YNOT Mail’s services, breaking it down for you to digest easily.

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