Email Players” subscriber A.M. once asked:
(I don’t know if he wants me to reveal his name…)
Just ordered The Email Players Newsletter because I heard great stuff about it. You ‘free’ newsletter after signing up helped me a lot. Just your tip of emailing ones a day (instead of my modest ones a week) made me an extra 10K WITHIN A MONTH.
So… I’ve seen the light after that and ordered your shit immediatly. Just the ’email every day’ tip paid for 10 years worth of Email Players Newsletter (please don’t die on me in the meantime).
Anyway, in your intro email, you granted us access to your precious time.
I’m in the ‘reverse diabetes type 2 with nutrition’ niche. I was wondering if I should write emails in the ‘fun and playful’ way you to it or should it be more ‘serious’?
I’m finding it hard to find the right voice for this audience. The never complain when I’m playful and ‘on the edge’. But that doesn’t mean they like it either.
The majority of our visitors are 45+ years old.
25% even above 65 years.
Anyway, my answer to this oft-asked question is in the September issue.
In some ways, it’s amongst the most important information I’ve ever shared. Especially for people who blindly copy what I do without context, or bothering to ask a question such as the one above which may very well have saved him from killing his own business.
But, a word of warning:
The deadline to get the September issue looms.
I have to get it to the printer a bit earlier this month.
So, if you want in, get you some here while you still can: