5 Ideas For The Interested This Week

5 Ideas For The Interested This Week

I made you a playlist.

It’s called ​1985 Covered​ and features the best covers of songs originally released in 1985.


It’s awesome.

Now, on to this week’s ideas…

The Starting Five

1. ​How To Get 150 Newsletter Subscribers From One Social Post​

Watch this two-minute video before you publish the next issue of your newsletter.

And check out my ​Newsletter Social Playbook​ for more ways to use social media to grow your newsletter.

2. ​11 Words You Should Never Use To Describe Your Product​

And what to say instead.

3. ​How To Design A 30-Hour Work Week For Yourself​

Without your work — or you — suffering.

4. ​Forget Using Multiple Social Platforms — Try Multiple Accounts On A Single Platform Instead​

Inspired by top OnlyFans creators, this unique strategy might actually be worth considering.

5. ​How To Find A Center Of Gravity For Your Content (And Make EVERYTHING Easier)​

This will help you overcome your tendency to produce what I call “random acts of content.”

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That’s the percentage of my ​Skill Sessions​ members who RENEW their membership after a year.

That’s because the Sessions are super valuable, affordable, and truly help members grow their audience and business.

​Learn more and speed up your growth here​.

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• The ​Marketing Examples newsletter​ features examples of great copywriting and marketing strategies.

• The ​​Jess Picks newsletter​​ features valuable resources and advice for side hustlers.

• The ​Email Intelligence newsletter​ shares the latest in newsletter publishing and marketing in 5 minutes a week.

• The ​​Demand Curve newsletter​​ features top strategies and tactics used by fast-growing startups.

My Final Words Of The Week

I’ve noticed a difference between older newsletter creators and (most) newer ones.

​They don’t value the same things​.

Have an interesting week!


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