If you’d like to be a proverbial content-creating machine, then smell ye this:
Over the past 12+ months — Yours Self-Aggrandizement has been hard at work (way harder than I wanted to be…) pumping out several hundred page books (or, more accurately, converting entire video courses to books, which I found much more time and labor consuming than just writing the darn things)… hundreds of bonus videos & trainings… “Email Players” newsletter issues & bonus inserts… generation pieces… multiple 20+ page sales letters… literally hundreds of emails for… dozens of special trainings (audio and video and print — for both myself and others)… content for courses… podcast episodes (both my old podcast I ended late last year and the new not-exactly-a-podcast venture I’m going to be launching)… fiction (including an entire novel I banged out the first 12 days of this month)… not to mention special one-shot supplemental reports and offers such as the paid-ad stuff I’ll be testing in the next couple “Email Players” issue… as well as probably dozens of affiliate promos, lots of launch campaigns, and the list drones on and on and on…
Anyway, here’s the reason I bring this up:
I am not entirely sure exactly how much content this all adds up to.
But, I reckon I’ve pumped out the equivalent of probably at least 2 or 3 full-length novel trilogies in the last 12+ months. And, in order to meet many self-imposed tyrannical deadlines, my beady little mind was forced to come up with all kinds of ways — or drew upon ways I’d learned from others who have pumped out lots of content in a short period — to do it all in a fraction of the time it’d normally take.
This is vital because money lurves speed.
In fact, the great Dan Kennedy has said the reason he is the highest paid copywriter on the planet is not because he’s the “best,” but because he’s the fastest — and can do the most projects.
This applies to everything else:
The more content you create (and sell) the more money you should make.
This is easily proven and demonstrated, and is no big mystery.
And guess what?
The upcoming July “Email Players” issue contains 34 of the best way I use to pump out mooney-making content very quickly, and profiting from it from conception until infinity.
By content, I mean, specifically things like:
- Social media posts
- Books (non-fiction or fiction)
- Membership site content
- Premiums & bonuses
- And any other kind of content you might sell or sell with.
All generated very quickly – and sometimes in just minutes per day.
Originally I was going to expand all this info into an expensive book.
But, I decided to simply “condense” it into a single newsletter issue, instead. And, I suspect just one or two of the tips can radically change almost anyone’s business, sales, and, hopefully, entire approach to creating content.
I’m also including a small present with the issue, too, since July’s my birthday month. Franky, just because the US government stubbornly refuses to honor my birthday as a national holiday doesn’t mean I can’t use it as an excuse to gift my favorite customers.
Anyway, the deadline to get this issue is approaching fast.
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