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Emily Woodruff/


Virtual Assistant Services

for Female Photographers Like You

So you’re stuck on how to e-mail your clients every single week.

I get it.

It seems like all of the big-wigs in marketing are telling us we have to jump on the storytelling train in order to make sales and I am just not here for that.

I don’t have the time or energy to recap my personal stories to my clients every week.

I don’t have the time to proofread a multiple page e-mail before it gets sent out.

And frankly, I don’t want to write storytelling e-mails.

So once I found a formula for how to write e-mails efficiently, I just had to share it with you!



e-mail templates

Simple newsletters that don’t suck, like when someone proposes -unannounced- during the bouquet toss at your wedding.

Nor do they take up extra time, like the 6th person to give their speech at the reception. (We get it! You guys are cool!)

Stop getting stumped by the e-mail update

and instead, start writing engaging e-mails that connect with your audience so they are just as excited to read your e-mail as you are to send it.

Start getting excited about closing sales with your established e-mail list

and free up some of your precious time doing it!


What’s included:

-PDF of E-mail outline to structure EVERY weekly newsletter for your business


Don’t Stop Here

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Honor Your Journey by Writing Your Story – Interview with Lanette Pottle

Did you know that reading more books is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions? Of the individuals who make that resolution, did you further know that most would prefer non-fiction? Move over Brene Brown , but the point I’m trying to make is– what if it was your name on the cover of that book? In today’s episode, Emily is talking to Lanette Pottle, an author and book coach for female entrepreneurs. “It’s like magic,” Lanette says, “writing your book boosts your authority.”