Anyone recall those?
My grandpa worked for NASA and sure knew thing or two about technology for his day and age…
But he did get one thing wrong:
Back in the early 2000’s, he told me that the fax machine would be “the future.”
It’s hard to predict the future, and no one’s right 100% of the time.
That’s why I get frustrated when people ask questions like:
“what email service provider do you use, Jeremy?”
“who should host my podcast?”
The reality is this:
It doesn’t matter.
Just pick one and move on.
Well, speaking from experience, it’s decisions like those that will keep you from progressing.
(if you give it more than 20 minutes of your attention)
I could tell you what to use for your show, email list, or website, but I have no idea how YOUR business is setup or who YOU’RE trying to reach.
On top of that, helping with the technology side of list-building is only something I get a chance to do with my one-on-one students.
I help them pick, connect with, and capture the information of their target customers…
…and it’s always custom.
But, if the tech side of things gots you down and you aren’t a one-on-one coaching student – don’t fret:
I’ve opened some slots on my calendar over the next two weeks to help you out, too.
Send a fax Click the link below, and follow the instructions to checkout. We’ll discuss your individual questions, concerns, and business.
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P.S. – These sessions are action packed, and I HIGHLY recommend you come with questions in hand.
P.P.S. – This would be perfect for you if:
- You know who you’re trying to reach, but don’t know how to get them to your email list
- You want to monetize an email list with products and services that align with your business
- The technology around podcasting or online business gets you stumped and you’re looking for a solution
P.P.P.S. – Here’s the link again:
Me + Your Inbox = Pure passion.
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