“Email Players” subscriber John Bejakovic lays down the law about whether or not my claims are horse shyt, or if anything I *under* promise in some cases…
I wanted to share an Email Players success story for your vaults.
A while back you wrote the guys at RealDose Nutrition were looking for email copywriters.
I applied, and I was one of the people that they hired for a couple of different projects. One of these was to improve the cross-sell emails they were sending to people who bought their flagship product. These emails were pitching a bunch of their other products.
I wrote 5 new Ben-scented emails for them, focusing on just one of their products. This stuff was Email Players 101, straight out of the Handbook. They jammed these new emails in the middle of their existing sequence.
And the result?
A 3x increase in sales for the overall sequence. And this is for an 8-figure business that’s built on direct response, and that was already doing a lot of email marketing.
Feel free to share this with anyone who questions that your methods double or triple sales. And thanks for all your teaching and wisdom.
One of the “perks” I give to “Email Players” subscribers is freelance copywriting leads like John was able to exploit quite nicely as you can see (is there any doubt he will have his pick of clients now?) Since I don’t do freelancing, I share any leads I get with subscribers whenever they cross my righteous desk.
This isn’t something that happens every day.
(So don’t subscribe just for that — you’ll be disappointed.)
And, since I send to all subscribers, competition is stiff.
But, it has made for some happy freelancers…
Anyway, on to the business:
The deadline to get the February issue is tomorrow (1-31-19), when I send it to the printer. The entire issue is about building an email list. Specifically, one of my all-time favorite ways that not only can work for anyone — new or old, although it takes longer the newer you are — but has gotten my business many of my best, highest-converting leads and satisfied customers.
It ain’t a scalable method.
It takes time and patience to use.
And, it’s not even really “new.”
But if you want to see what it is and exactly how I use it, you’ll have to be subscribed before the deadline tomorrow.
It’ll be too late to get it.
At least, without having to buy it as a part of a much more expensive product I’m going to be creating that won’t launch until later.
Here’s the link: