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10/15/14: Dan interviewed Ray Edwards around how to become profitable online.
Here are some of the highlights covered in the session this week, however, we would encourage you to listen to the show as quite a bit of valuable information was shared:
In addition to the above, Ray answered questions around how to test our copy, what to expect to pay for a copywriter, guidelines for offering things for free, etc.Ray's Resources:
Ray's copy and marketing expertise has helped sell an estimated $100 Million or more in products and services. His client list INCLUDES:
Ray helps entrepreneurs through:
Ray is also the best-selling author of these great books:
What did you find most interesting about this interview?
I'm concerned about asking my (future) customers for email addresses because folks are so resistant to what they see as SPAM. And so I don't want to scare my customers off by bothering them with emails. I know for myself that I do not like to be asked for a phone number, email address or even a zip code when go into a place of business. I have a junk email account and a fictitious phone number for that in case I get sucked into doing it. If I were to contact my customer via email or phone, text, etc., I would want to make sure the content was very important and wanted. Also, it seems like the more you broadcast, the more they tune you out.