If you had 7.4 million followers on Instagram, as a marketer do you think you could monetize that audience into six figures?
A few minutes ago I visited a travel website where I was offered 10% off if I subscribed to their email list.
I subscribed, checked my email and there was my 10% coupon code, good until 10 days ago.
You’re writing an email.
Or you’re creating a lead magnet.
Or maybe it’s a blogpost.
Whatever it is, somewhere in there you’re talking about how to do something.
A couple of months ago I was working on this newsletter with the deadline quickly approaching when inspiration hit. I had an idea for a new product.
Have you ever driven your car onto a frozen lake, parked, cut a hole in the ice and started fishing?
This might sound like a crazy idea if you’re from a warm climate. Why would you sit there on the ice for hours, freezing yourself silly, waiting for a fish to wake up from its cold slumber and bite your hook?
I know firsthand how difficult it can be to continually come up with new topics for your emails.
The first 20 are easy.
The next 30 aren’t too difficult.
Most new marketers make the painful mistake of thinking the sale is done when the customer buys the product.
That’s just the first sale.
Wise marketers who want to stay in business and continue to profit know there are two more sales to be made.
There are streamers on Twitch earning six and seven figures a year. And while Twitch is the go-to platform for gamers, you don’t have to be a gamer to make money on this platform.
Here’s how a small shift in your content strategy can lead to big profits:
“The Guide to Oysters” was the first ad advertising expert David Ogilvy wrote for own agency.