In the late 60s, Rolex was nothing special. They were just another watchmaker. But then something happened that flipped the watch market upside down. Seiko unveiled the Astron – the world’s first “quartz clock” wristwatch. All of a sudden Rolex’s
Shock. Fear. Disbelief. Denial…. And now gradual acceptance. No doubt about it… the coronavirus outbreak has held us on one heck of a rollercoaster ride the last few weeks. And a ride we’re not getting off any time soon. We’re
How are you coping out there? I’m in Thailand and looking to book a flight out pronto. My visa expires in a week, Thai Airways aren’t answering the phone (I’ve tried literally evey number I could find) and there’s a
It’s not every day you show up to a marketing event and the presenters walk on in hazmat suits (Thailand style). But then this was no ordinary marketing event… This was Project Persuasion 4.0 – Marketing Gone Wild. Over 3
After getting the smackdown from the FTC, seems like one of the copywriting scene’s biggest publishers is moving into safer ventures. But I’m not writing this to wag fingers. Who knows what happened at Agora HQ. Maybe an email got
Want to know the secret to attracting high paying clients? STATUS. Clients respect status. But it’s not something you can earn just dropping knowledge bombs in Facebook groups. You’ve got to project status with every interaction, Skype call, and piece
This post is based on Mitch Miller’s presentation “Down the Rabbit Hole with Tai Lopez” at Project Persuasion Goes Dark 3.0. Want to know how to attract higher paying clients and lift your rates? You’ve got to boost your status.
In our marketing bubble, webinars have been the #1 way to sell high ticket items for years. Yet in most markets, their selling power is largely untapped. B2B folks seem convinced anyway. A B2B Content Marketing Trends survey placed webinars
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.
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