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Think You Have to Get More traffic to Make More Money?
Growing your traffic is hard. The only things proven to work also take time. It's also only one of three proven ways to earn more money from your business.
By convincing a larger number of your existing traffic to buy, you can make more money even if your traffic doesn't grow.
It's also quicker to implement than traffic strategies. You can change the design of a landing page, or rewrite your opt-in copy in just a few days.
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You're already getting leads. Why not sell to more of them?
Think about it: the extra money you earn selling to more of your existing audience is PURE PROFIT.
I'll tell you...
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I’m about to eat a little crow… I’ve been from one-end-of-the-internet-to-the-other, loudly arguing that too many direct-response marketers are relying on copy to do the heavy lifting of selling their products…… when instead they should be relying on context. My pet archetype for that is a former client who had a list he only emailed … Continue reading Rener Gracie and The Lost Art of Making a Case For Your Product