You can only learn so much without doing.
You’ve learned enough.
It’s time to start doing.
Now, on to this week’s ideas…
The Starting Five
1. A Suggestion For Your Sales Page
Show me the sales page for your product or service and I’ll give you a suggestion to improve it (just reply to my tweet linked above). Or, just learn from all the suggestions I give others in the replies.
2. 15 Strategies To Get You 1,000 New Email Subscribers
Step-by-step tactics you can use to get more subscribers from your blog posts, home page, giveaways, and more.
3. How To Get Your Music Heard On Spotify
This 11-minute video shows you how to get featured on playlists and other tactics you can use to get your music discovered even if you don’t have a large social media following.
4. How To Write A Book In 10 Days
Award-winning author Meg Elison reveals how she wrote a 90,000 word novel in 10 days.
5. 16 Of The Best Threads About Twitter Growth
Want to know how the experts grow their audience and craft their tweets? Here’s your chance to find out.
A Deeper Dive: One-Sentence Tips
Some resources you may find helpful:
40 One-Sentence Product Sales Tips
40 One-Sentence Marketing Tips
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My Final Words Of The Week
I’ve shared a lot of ideas over the years.
But I’m not sure any of them have resonated as much as this one did.
Have a great week!
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