It only takes one false step

Ever seen a doctor’s personal office?

I imagine they’re filled with huge oak desks, PhD certifications on the wall, and accolades from their research and findings.

Like most people, we’ve never seen the inside of a doctor’s personal office.

We just trust them because they’re wearing a white lab coat with a stethoscope around their neck and operating at an office or hospital.

That’s enough for most of us.

No further research required.

You’ll take life-altering advice from them without looking any further.

The Trust Factor takes away any doubt and makes you open to hearing (and implementing) what they have to say.

When you’re marketing to your email list it’s the same psychology – when used ethically.

The Trust Factor is at play before readers decide to subscribe.

And – at any moment – can also be removed with one false step.

I’ll be showing you two powerful ways to build your Trust Factor and build a responsive list that opens, reads, clicks your links, and takes you up on your offers in my upcoming report.

I’m not sure how long it’ll be free, but when it’s out – you’ll be first to know…

… and your friends will envy your new outlook in business.

Visit the archives in the meantime to learn more:

Jeremy Montoya

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