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Stop Flashing Your Privates At People

“flashing”
(verb)
Whipping out your “private parts” to another person

 

Let me tell you the story of how I am flashed constantly.

One of the main blunders I see people make when selling to people online, particularly strangers, is trying to do so without making people comfortable with them first.

They might know every other trick under the sun for getting attention or generating leads but fall short on the conversion side.

That, or they don’t know a thing and just randomly spam their links at people (usually without even bothering to say hi first). It used to bug me, now I just feel sorry for them.

An analogy that marketing authorities use a lot is that you need to date someone before you marry them first.

So let’s use that old dating analogy, which brings me back to my definition above.

Trying to sell something to someone without making it comfortable for them first is akin to wandering up to a stranger, flipping out your best bits and waiting for their reaction.

It’s what people do when they:

  • Don’t know how to approach people who might be interested in them as a person (i.e. don’t know targeted traffic).
  • Don’t know how to suavely get their phone number (i.e. don’t know how to generate leads).
  • Don’t know how to build a comfortable relationship with that person over funny stories, shared interests and bringing value to their lives (i.e. don’t know how to follow up).

Nope.

Just flash their private parts at another person and see what happens.

Anyway, it might get you a cheap thrill. But it won’t pay your bills.

To find out how to turn this on its head in a way that can make you more dough in a month than you’ve made in a year,

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Talk soon,

Jordan

People can smell it like a fart in an elevator

If you’ve been reading my newsletter for a while, you’ll know why being persuasive is so important to being successful online.

So here’s one quick hack to boosting your persuasiveness:

Be completely outcome independent.

You need to consciously create outcome independence by killing any emotional connection you have to whether someone tells you yes or no.

The more brutal, the better. I suggest a baseball bat. So do the Smashing Pumpkins.

By so doing, you’ll develop one of the most valuable assets that anyone can ever have: you don’t need anything from anyone.

You don’t care if they open your emails.

You don’t care if they boop your links and buy what you’re selling.

People are smart. They can smell neediness and desperation like a fart in an elevator.

Whatever curiosity that inspired them to connect with you will soon turn to disgust.

To find out how to apply this to your online business and turn that bad smell into a profitable income stream for yourself,

>>> Check this out <<<

Talk soon,

Jordan

PS. If it’s not the Smashing Pumpkins, who is your favorite band? Leave a comment and let me know.

Psycho Couple Kills 3

I recently met a couple called Ace (Anastasia) and Rich.

When I first came into contact with them, I raised my eyebrows and backed away from the screen slowly.

They were just so damn bubbly and excited all the time (unlike my grumpy self when I haven’t had my coffee yet). It was weird, and I thought they were a bit psycho at first.

But then I hopped on a hot seat coaching call with them, and they murdered 3 common myths about online marketing.

Holy cow!

Here they are…

1. More traffic = more dosh

The more eyeballs you have on your site or offer, the better the chance that you’ll sell something, right?

Wrong.

Let me put it this way, if you’ve really got a hankering for a lobster dinner, are you going to chuck a massive net in the ocean in a random spot? Fish up whales, sharks, sea snails, and maybe the odd lobster?

Or are you going to find out where the lobsters hang out and mosy on over there with a couple of little lobster traps instead?

Same deal in marketing. Targeted traffic is what you want.

2. Ranking on Google is your #1 priority

Most newbies (myself included) started out spending all their time trying to rank first on Google searches.

Basic SEO is important, sure.

But spending all your time on it will put you in a world of hurt, for not much return. It’s not worth the time and effort.

3. You should put a pretty banner on your emails

After all, you want to look like a legitimate business to your fans, right?

Wrong, wrong, wrong.

In the words of Jon Benson (father of the video sales letter), HTML templates are…

 

“Satan’s sex toys.”

 

Would you send an email like that to your best friend? If not, chuck it in the bin where it belongs.

If these myths struck a chord with you, odds are you like the idea of using the internet as massive leverage. I joined the same system as Ace and Rich.

As a fellow marketer, you also can to:

  • Replace your income
  • Step-by-step newbie friendly training
  • A professional phone team to close your sales for you
  • Done for you marketing system, ready for you to plug into

 

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Talk soon,

Jordan

The Oldest Conversion Trick In The Book

I still remember how damn frustrated I was with it all…

In my bid to become successful online, I was doing all manner of slavery, like…

Crafting and offering one “lead magnet” after another

Posting relentlessly on Facebook groups

Creating videos and blog posts daily

Etc.

Guess what happened? Fuck all.

Want to know what I learned since then, which made all of that virtually unnecessary and shot my sales conversion rate through the roof?

Sell to buyers.

I forget who I heard it from exactly, but this one quote sums it up pretty well:

“A buyer is a buyer is a buyer…”

It takes a lot less effort to sell to someone who is already buying as opposed to someone you have to convince.

So how do you do this, I hear you ask?

Qualify the people who you want to sell to with tripwire offers. You’d never ask someone to marry you before dating them first, right? Well, it’s pretty much the same when selling something online.

If you’d like to learn exactly how to do this, and even get 90% of the work done for you,

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Talk soon,

Jordan

Bad News…

Don’t you hate the ever-loving crap out of that dreaded phrase…?

“I have good news… and bad news.”

Well, that’s exactly what I’m saying to you right now.

Sorry, not sorry. This is for your own good.

So which one would you like to start with?

Since I’m not a masochist, I usually like to start with the bad news. Softens the blow a bit when the good news comes thereafter.

So let’s start with that.

The bad news is that online marketing is becoming more and more saturated. Every day, newbies come online looking for a quick buck to make on the side.

They think that all they have to do is throw a few d0llars at a system, press the shiny red button, and then their computer screen will start throwing up bills in their face like Lindsay Lohan after a big night on the town.

Yep, these fake entrepreneurs are everywhere, all spewing the same message, and all blending together like no one’s business.

It’s not a pretty picture.

Are you ready for the good news?

Listen up:

It’s very easy to use this to your advantage. By taking just a few simple steps to distinguish yourself, you’ll stand out from the crowd very easily, and attract people to you naturally.

I see so many fakers out there spamming links, providing no value, and just being a bloody nuisance. Do you really want to be like the rest of them?

Create your own voice, your own brand, your own following, and you’ll be a rock star in no time.

And I have some better news.

We have a system that helps you stand out from the crowd, and establish your online business and individual presence step-by-step.

Once you’re on the inside, you’ll be able to book in a free call with me (it’d be great to actually talk to someone, right?).

So if you’re ready for step-by-step help in making your first $1,000 online (and then some),

>>> Mosey on over here <<<

Talk soon,

Jordan

Can You Really Become Successful Online?

The question that everyone out there is asking themselves, you included.

7-figure marketer Misha Wilson once asked himself the same question.

He was living in a crappy little apartment in New Mexico (he’s shown me the pictures. The place was a shoebox).

He was deeply in debt and addicted to painkillers.

His friends and family were telling him to wake the fuck up and come back to the real world.

But everything changed when his mentor Daegan Smith invited him to a live event cross country. By this time, Misha had nothing to his name, and could only afford a 1-way plane ticket to get there.

When he got to the event, he sat in the back with his arms crossed, an aura of skepticism positively pulsating off him, and thinking that everyone there was out the scam him.

But at that same event, he learned to turn his mindset around and made relationships that have since made him millions of d0llars.

So can you really become successful online?

Yes, as long as you:

  • Surround yourself with like-minded people
  • Work on your mindset every single day
  • Knuckle down and do the work

Misha is my 7-figure mentor and has released a proven step-by-step blueprint to really teach you how to be successful.

My biggest goal is to help you make your $1,000 online.

And in the process, you’re going to learn how to create true freedom for yourself and your family.

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Talk soon,

Jordan

Why Ramit Sethi Is Wrong

I respect Ramit Sethi immensely.

He’s the New York Times author of “I Will Teach You To Be Rich”, and puts craploads of great content out there that helps a lot of people (including me!).

But he’s wrong about a few things.

Listen up:

  • Stuff blogging for 3 years (without making a single cent) where the sun don’t shine. You can do it a lot faster (I made my first sales within my first week, but I know a guy who’s done it in his first day).
  • You don’t have to work your fingers to the bone for 10 years before you have success. Success loves speed, as they say.
  • I don’t agree with his “start small, then go big later on” approach to goal setting. You should go all out from the get-go.
  • His recommended list of 50 books to have on your shelf doesn’t include any of the James Bond novels.

See, here’s the thing…

Make sure you knuckle down and listen to what authorities like Ramit Sethi, Ben Settle, Mike Dillard and Misha Wilson are saying. They’re my mentors who’ve taught me so much, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them.

But don’t be afraid to challenge what you don’t agree with, and put your own spin on things. Be your own authority figure, instead of a poor man’s version of someone else’s.

And if you don’t want to wait around for 10 years to be successful, I’ve found a system to do just that.

So if you’d like to:

  • Replace your income
  • Plug and play into a done for you marketing system
  • Make more in a month than you’ve made in a year
  • Have more time to do what you enjoy

>>> This video will show you how <<<

Talk to you soon,

Jordan

PS. Have you read “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” yet? What did you think of it? Leave a comment and let me know.

How Fairy Bread Is Killing Your Chances For Success

Let me tell you about a delectable Aussie sweet called fairy bread. It consists of:

  • Wonder white bread
  • Butter
  • 100s & 1000s sprinkles

I’m of the understanding that it’s not wide-spread elsewhere (that or you’re all calling it something different).

But basically, it was pure sugar. And I loved it when I was a kid (what kid wouldn’t?).

But here’s something I realize now…

That while it tasted good, it had no nutritional value whatsoever and was actually damaging my health in ways I don’t like to think about.

Ignorance is not bliss.

And that’s what many feel-good entrepreneurs do to their followers. They post inspiring feel-good messages, memes, videos and Facebook posts.

And while there’s nothing wrong with that in moderation, there IS something wrong if that is the only thing they feed to their followers.

There’s no substance and no sustenance.

It’s all feel-good messages, but with no preparing people for the reality of having their own online business.

I’m sure most of them mean well. But it is something that can keep someone broke, frustrated, and chasing after that next feel-good shiny object.

Nothing wrong with having fairy bread sometimes. But don’t expect to live off it.

For the reality and full details of what you need to create and run a successful online business…

>>> Get the full scoop right here <<<

To Our Mutual Success,

Jordan

I Probably Deleted Your Email

Sorry about that.

But as an online business owner, you’ll soon find that you’re also getting dozens or even hundreds of emails a day.

Some of them are from people with genuine questions or feedback, which of course I like to receive.

But many others I usually just delete at first glance.

I want to make it clear that I check every single email I get. And sometimes I even reply to them.

But most of the time, I quickly glance at an email and then promptly hit the delete button without even bothering to read the rest of it.

Why would I commit such a heinous crime, day after day?

Well, here’s a few reasons…

  • There’s no point to their message. Or it’s lost somewhere in translation from their story about taking their cat to the vet or eating food that tastes like wet cardboard.
  • Asking questions that I’ve already answered many times before.
  • No paragraphs, grammar, or “readability”… Come on, it’s not that hard to put a few commas and returns, is it?
  • Looks like spam, or some iteration of that delicious canned meat.
  • And so on…

Now, I know you’re already saying, “Jordan, why the hell would I care why you delete emails?”

Here’s why you should care: If you’re doing email marketing (like every online business owner worth their salt should be doing), and doing some of the above, then your list is probably ignoring your emails too.

And a having a subscriber who doesn’t bother to read your emails is about as useful as a fart in an elevator.

A subscriber who doesn’t bother to read your emails won’t bother to buy anything from you either.

So learn how to write good emails, and never have to deal with the mental anguish of having them ignored again.

To find out where I learned everything about email marketing,

>>> Click right here <<<

To Our Mutual Success,

Jordan

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My (Not Very) Mindblowing Cure For Overwhelm

Are you sick and tired of the overwhelm? Of not making any progress in your internet marketing journey?

Listen:

The biggest thing holding you back is this…

You’re trying to learn too much at once.

It’s time to stop learning. It’s time to start doing.

If you’re in constant learning mode, you’re never going to take the first step and actually get started.

So here’s my (not very) mindblowing cure:

Take the first damn step.

Then and only then can you start asking questions about taking the next one.

Even the top earners are still learning, so understand and appreciate that you will be a lifelong learner too.

I go into this in more detail in an audio I recorded below:

 

 

To Action!

Jordan

 

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