List Management Secrets
More specifically: How big do you believe your list would have to be to reach that goal?
Next, think about how your business is performing right now, as you read this. Is it pulling in as much profit as you'd like? (Calculator time again). Keep those two pictures right at the front of your mind. Now you've done that little exercise I have some good news, and some bad news for you.
The Bad News First
The bad news is, that the difference between what you first imagined your business to be like and what it's actually like, if you think about it, is probably pretty huge. To the tune of 10, 20 even 30,000 subscribers I'd bet. Was I close? Those are big numbers indeed, big numbers which could no doubt take you years to build.
And now for the good news.
You can throw out your pre-conceptions about list building and how big your list needs to be for you to be a success.
It doesn't matter if you've got a list of zero right now or how big the differences between what your business is looking like now and what you visualized as success. Let me explain how you can pull in a list of subscribers that will outperform and out respond a list 7 times the size. It's easy when you know how. Oh.. did I mention it can be done from scratch within just 10 days too?
Your 100% 'The Risk Is All Mine' Money Back Guarantee
You might well be wondering: what if it doesn't work for my business? What if I already know all of this? What if I'm not 100% happy with the course and it's another poor excuse to make a quick buck out of me?
Here's my answer. If you take this course away and give it a shot, and find for any reason you are not satisfied that the results push you towards a very profitable future indeed, fire me an e-mail and show me you've put the information into action, and if it really doesn't work for you (I've not found a business that it doesn't work for to date) I'm going to send your money right back to you, plus you get to keep your whole download package free of charge to say thanks for giving us a try. The risk is all mine.