If you’re charging per hour, you’re undercharging. Why? Because in this madcap world of freelancing there are all manner of tasks beyond sitting down and writing copy. Try this for a week: Track everything you do on a spreadsheet. It
Recently I’ve been reading the autobiography of the prior Governator Arnold Schwarzenegger. And it truly is a rags to riches story. His work ethic, ambition and promotional nous led to him amassing millions before he was even a movie star.
Research. That’s what makes the grizzled veterans standout and is the key to higher conversions. Within a few years (or months, in some cases) of hand copying sales letters and working from templates, you should be writing out decent sales
You get an email from a potential client asking for a web page. You’re smart. You don’t instantly email back with a price and a delivery date. That would be stupid. Instead, you do some digging. You ask: …what action
Advertising is getting darned expensive. If the rumours are true, heavyweights like Clickfunnels and Digital Marketer now spend $10 just on getting a LEAD. That’s right, a LEAD, not a sale. With millions of marketers ploughing their ad budget into
Sir Winston Churchill is famed for being the ‘British Bulldog’ whose speeches galvanized a nation against seemingly insurmountable odds. He was also a writing workhorse. Over his lifetime, he wrote more words than Dickens and Shakespeare combined. His published speeches stretch to eighteen
Ryan Deiss calls his the ‘Invisible Selling Machine’. Andre Chaperone has his ‘Soap Opera Sequence’, while Jeff Walker named his the ‘Sideways Sales Letter’. What am I talking about? Email marketing of course. Forget social media. Email continues to be