I don’t obsess over email metrics, but sometimes I’m too curious not to look.
Here’s the thing:
(1) If you want to earn anything, you need people to see what you have to offer — whether it’s your own product or something you’re offering as an affiliate.
(2) Therefore, you need to know how to drive traffic or build an audience (which is hard if you don’t know what you’re doing).
Yesterday’s email contained two absolutely foolproof ways to do this.
And it got my lowest open rate of the year.
So I shall gently push back:
People: you need to eat your broccoli, so to speak. Topics like this may not sound fun, but they are absolutely the difference between success and failure online.
It’s covered a bit in the webinar replay from this week, too (and which you can view via the bonuses link below), so that will help.
Oh, and I’ve added $2K worth of bonuses.
(And no, that’s not Internet marketerspeak, where they take $20 worth of crap and call it a $7000 bonus. This is the most massive bonus I’ve ever offered.)
What does $2K worth of bonuses look like?
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