Newly minted “Email Players” subscriber Petr The Affiliate shows how I ain’t just whistlin’ dixie in these bloviating emails:
this is not really a question, I just wanted to give you props and let you know how excited I am to have finally subscribed to EP. I don’t know what took me so long. I guess I was one of those “some other day soon” types. What finally made me jump off the fence was the previous issue (the one you said you’d never sell again).
To be honest, the only issue I have with your EP and the new Copy Slacker book is that I think it deserves to be printed on higher quality paper than the printing-paper-type it is on and the book deserves some thick hard cover! Seriously, I’ll be putting extra special care not to damage any of these issues or book while re-reading them and I’ll be specially preserving it all, since it deserves to be handed down to my children.
I’ve been truly blown away by the issue I just mentioned earlier. Even though after listening intently to every word of yours since January 2014, I can honestly say that some themes or ideas I had already heard from you before, the fact that now I’m paying for all that just suddenly makes it “click” in place even better. And not just the actual stuff in the issue and book, but in general the whole amalgamation of listening to you for all those years is starting to seep in.
So even though I haven’t actually applied DIRECTLY AS INTENDED any of your info to email or online business (to be perfectly transparent I have no email list and still working on my main offer), I feel as if your advice (that’s not even in the current two issues) is ringing in my ears constantly. I finally was able to perfectly casually sell in person a new client of my side-gig on a higher overall revenue for me and even figured out finally after a year and a half of how to properly sell my employer on giving me a raise!
So thanks, man. Somewhere I heard someone say you’re the “new Gary Halbert” and I think that’s basically true in some ways.
For some reason (must be his name…) he makes me think of the high king Peter from the Narnia books — drawing his sword and preparing to slay the giants, witches, and monsters of his business world.
Whatever the case, I’ve got good news for lads like Petr.
The upcoming June issue should do wonders for helping him and others who struggle with the business structure and business model side of things — especially as he thinks about what kind of offers to send.
I’m obviously biased when I say that.
But so it is.
Here is the link to subscribe to get the June issue before the looming deadline: