Later on in the week, (or early next week) I would love to show you 17 cool ways to add new subscribers.
Keep your eyes open for that. You’ll love every minute of it, I think.
For now, I wanted to talk about how you can add new subscribers just by publishing new stuff.
You can publish anything really.
Blog posts. Ebooks. Reports. YouTube videos. Podcasts. Video courses. Kindle books. Anything.
Aim to be prolific and fecund in your publishing, so that more and more people find you.
The more hooks you have in the water, the more fish you’ll catch.
And, the more often you cast those hooks, the more likely you’ll land a big fat juicy trout.
Anyway, I’ve been thinking more about publishing content frequently.
One of the best ways to do that, is to have templates for everything that you do.
Have templates for reports. Have templates for videos. Have templates for landing pages, lead capture pages, everything.
One thing that can definitely save you lots of time, is having templates for sales letters.
Imagine if it only took you 5 minutes to write a sales letter, instead of 5 weeks?
Sound too good to be true?
In fact, immediately after I click “send” on this email, I’ll be using the aforementioned template to write 3 sales letters for products that I’ve been working on.
Now… I’m not saying these are the best sales letters on the planet.
I’m sure the big copy gurus would chew them up and spit them out.
BUT, they work well enough. The reason they work, is because they’re not riddled with hype.
Instead? They talk to your end users in a super cool way. They talk about the issues they’re having. And, then offer whatever it is that you have as the solution.
So, in some ways, the template’s style is absolutely perfect.
But, I shall let you be the judge.
(You’ll also learn about some of the most important copywriting lessons that I’ve ever learned. I’d rant more about those, but this email has already been too long).
Talk later, and have a beautiful day.
Mike “Publishing Frequency” DeVincent