Some of my favorite movies are the Christopher Nolan Batman movies.
In the third movie (The Dark Knight Rises) the main villain Bane says something that has potentially very profitable implications for anyone who sells with email. In the beginning of the movie Bane is tied up in the plane and tells the agent:
“Nobody cared who I was until I put on the mask”
Batman had the same thing happen to him.
That was the whole point:
He says in the first movie (Batman Begins) that people need dramatic examples to shake them out of their apathy — thus the cape and tights and scrambling over rooftops, impossible not to notice by those he is serving and protecting.
And you know what?
As it is in Gotham City, so it is in business.
If you want people to notice you, listen to you, care about you, and buy from you, there is a way to use this concept I teach in the July “Email Players” issue, which goes to the printer in a few short days.
If you want this issue before it’s too late, time’s running out, Batman.
Swing on over to this link to get in in time, while you still can: