A little market research secret:
The other day I saw a tweet talking about how high performing people throughout the years start their days. Back in the day, presidents like Abraham Lincoln, for example, used to read newspapers for hours each day before doing any work. And, today, guys like Trump watches TV, makes phone calls, and Tweets (and, presumably, seeing how much his tweets get his haters riled up — which has multiple benefits, as does writing controversial emails).
The main reason is knowing what’s going on with people.
If you want to influence people, you have to know what’s driving them.
I have never understood why so many marketers laugh at and avoid the idea of Twitter.
And, instead, spend all their time on Flakebook in a bubble.
I’ve been using Twitter for almost 10 years to see what people are yapping about real time, to mine subject line and email theme ideas, and to get out of the Internet marketing Facebook bubble groupthink.
I highly suggest you do, too.
Frankly, I’m glad so many marketers think it’s useless and stoopid.
(While they like motivational quotes and food pics on Flakebook all day)
Twitter is free real-world market data they’ll never see.
Anyway, on to the business:
One of the easiest ways in the world to use my email methods is to go into Twitter, look at the tweets and retweets on your feed, and write an email about something you see (like I’m doing in this *this* email) using the information taught inside the newsletter and the Email Players Playbook.
Very profitable, too.
Yet, hardly anyone does it.
Here’s the link: