I sense growing frustration among creative entrepreneurs.
Many feel they’re doing what they’re “supposed” to do, but it’s not working.
But it’s also a symptom of a bigger issue in this space.
Now, on to this week’s ideas…
The Starting Five
It works no matter how many subscribers you have.
The most powerful testimonials address an objection potential buyers have — this question helps you do that.
There are simple opportunities you’re missing.
Best practices for your headline and description.
Lessons from someone who’s done it for 20 years.
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My Final Words Of The Week
Trying to figure out whether you should say yes to an opportunity?
Have an interesting week!
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