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ReThink Email Marketing for 2019: Why MarketHero is an AutoResponder CRM Worth Looking Into

If you’re serious about email marketing, MarketHero is worth considering.

MarketHero has the ease of use of an autoresponder (automated email marketing software) with the robust power, performance, and technicality of a CRM.

You’ve seen the hilarious and sometimes crazy, but curiously addictive videos by the handsome and intelligent Alex Becker, as he rants about entrepreneurship and social media, on YouTube.

Alex Becker is the founder of MarketHero, a well-thought-out email marketing software tool, an autoresponder, that is, technically, a CRM (Customer Relations Management) software.

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A 23-Step Formula for Growing Your Instagram Following

The Power of Instagram
If your using social media to build your business and grow your profits, Instagram is one of the best ways to build your customer list, fast.

Are you using Instagram to its full potential? Are you reaching your goals–bigger audience, bigger profits?

Get an Instagram Tuneup
Does your Instagram page need a tuneup, a fresh pair of eyes to give it a diagnostic? If you need help with your Instagram page, mail me at: bicycledays@yahoo.com with “need help with Instagram page” in the subject line, and I will take a look at it, and give you specific recommendations of what you can do to improve its performance, in order to build your business and grow your profits. I will do this completely free of charge.

I’m also available, depending on my schedule, to be your Instagram marketing assistant, to help you reach your Instagram marketing goals. For inquiries, email me at: bicycledays@yahoo.com with “IG marketing assistant inquiry” in the subject line.

23 Step Formula to Growing Your Instagram Following
Let’s get right to it. Here’s a 23 Step Formula to growing your Instagram Following.

1. Find a topic you are passionate about
Because you will be posting 3x – 5x a day, it’s important that you find a topic that you are passionate about. Instagram success relies on consistency. This means posting every single day. Doing so will be easier when you are enthusiastic about the topic.

2. Find people in your topic area and see what they are doing
Are you posting about New York City fashion? If so, run an Instagram search for “New York City fashion” and see what the Instagrammer’s in this category are doing. What kinds of pictures and videos are they posting? How often? How many followers do they have? Are they successful? You could even message them and ask them questions, advice, or, if you are nearby, if you could meet them for a coffee (you pay, of course) and an interview that you can post at your Instagram that links to their Instagram. If they share it to their Instagram page, you might gain a lot of followers from their Instagram. Win. Win.

3. Pick one topic
Pick one topic Be concise. Be niche-specific. If you’re going to post pictures of boats, instead of establishing an Instagram page about “boats”, be more specific. Narrow it down to a category of boat, to /VintageSailboats … /1950sSailboats … /1960sSailboats … /RacingSailboats … /25to35FtSailboats … /HomemadeSailboats … /ClassicSailboats … /ModernSailboats … /2EngineBoats

Once you narrow down the topic, only post pictures and videos of boats that fit into that topic. Dominate the small pond of the specific niche.

4. Username is important
Find a username that tells the visitor, immediately, what your site is all about. If the username is not available, you can add a “prefix” (before) or a “suffix” (after) to it. Also, you can add a “.official” to it. Also, you can add “what you do” before or after your name. If you help people get clear skin, you could write “SkinCareByYourName” If you are a naturopath, you could write “YourNameNaturalHealth”

A few examples …
/Name.official
/NameOfficial
/NameTherapy
/NameRX
/IGName
/NameIG
/NameOnline
/NameBluePrint
/NameSecrets
/TheNamePage
/YourNamePage
/YourNameHere
/YourNameIsHere
/YourNameSaysHello
/YourNameDoctor
/YourName(verb)(category of person) = /YourNameHelpsFreelancers

5. The first 10 to 20 pictures are important
Most visitors to your Instagram page will look at your first 10 to 20 pictures. Make those pictures amazing. Ideally, they should follow a similar style. If you are a photographer using 35mm film and specializing in black-and-white photography, only post black-and-white photos that you’ve taken with 35mm film. Be consistent. This is paramount.

Use www.BulkResizePhotos.com to resize your photos in batches. It’s quick, easy, and free.

6. Challenge people to take action
Enourage your Instagram visitors, followers, fans to do something. Get them involved in some way by telling them what you want them to do. People like to be told what to do. Doing this will get them involved and also help them to see you as an “authority figure” in topic of interest.

If you post a picture of something or someone doing something “crazy”, in the description or even in the picture, you can add: “tag a friend who is a crazy one” or “who else wants to do something crazy like this–tag yourself or a friend”.

7. Use hashtags that are popular
Use a lot of hashtags. Set up hashtags so you can copy and paste them from your phone from notes.

8. Visit TagsForLikes.com
TagsForLikes.com gives you a group of tags for visibility for your niche and popularity. Copy the tags to your notes

9. Pictures with text
Place text on the picture or image. This is powerful. The image creates an emotional impression and the text cements that emotional impression to create a feeling, one that anchors that feeling with an emotion. Pictures with text are ideal for telling the viewer “what you want them to do”. Use the pictures with text to “issue a command” to the viewer. A great site to add text to photos is https://Snappa.com Another excellent site for editing high quality images is Design Wizard.

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Here’s an example:
Picture of Marlon Brando with text “Original badass” with challenge: Love this if you agree. Tag someone who you think is an original badass.

10. With the pictures, issue a command, a challenge, or pose a question
command: Tag someone who is an “original badass”
challenge: Tell yourself that you are an “original badass”. Act like it.
question: Are you an “original badass”? Do that one thing differently to move in that direction.

11. Post your hash tags in the first comment underneath your picture
Post your hashtags in the comment below the picture. This looks cleaner.

12. The power of instagram is in hashtags
Utilize their power. You can add 30 hashtags. Be strategic with your hashtags. Research them. Test them. Optimize them. Post your picture. Add your hashtags in the first comment.

13. Follow your target audience
Identify your niche audience. Are you sharing motivational quotes with people? Then, search for “motivational quotes”, visit some of the pages, and follow their followers. When you follow people, at least 13% to 15% of the people will follow you back.

14. Encourage IG followers to visit your link in bio.
Offer a free ebook, immediate download, a Free CheatSheet, a one-page PDF with tips and strategies, etc. Offer something of value, that can be downloaded immediately, once they visit your link in the bio and, after visiting the link, they sign up to get the free offer with their first name and email.

I do this in my Instagram travel site www.instagram.com/HowToTravelEuropeCheap
* I post travel pics of Europe
* Travel like we did, for $5 a day
* Visit link in bio to get started
www.HowToTravelEuropeCheap.com

15. Follow me. Follow you.
Find an authority instagram account that is on the same topic as yours.
Go to their followers.
Follow their followers.
Follow 50 – 60 people an hour.
Find 2 or 3 accounts with very similar feed to you, and follow 50 – 60 people an hour from each feed.
See which ones are following you back.
Repeat this every day.

16. Growth hack
Offer prizes to people who do something–visit your website, share your pictures or videos, encourage their visitors to visit your site. Do a cross-promotion with another Instagrammer who you compliments your site. How? Let’s say your site is for vintage sunglasses, find an Instagram page that features “vintage clothing” or “vintage fashion” and offer a cross-promotion, where you promote each other.

17. Vary your postings
Post pictures. Post videos. Post live video. Vary your postings. Keep the topic niche-specific. If you run an Instagram page for BudgetTravel, only focus on Budget Travel.

18. Share For Share
Offer a “share for share” with other Instagram influencers. You can do this by sending them a message vis Instagram. Here is a template you can use.

Hi,
I lIke your account. I would like to do a share for share as we have a great cross over of followers? Are you interested? Please let me know. Thanks.
Your Name
Phone number – optional
Email – optional

19. Find 1000 dedicated followers
Find 1000 dedicated fans that are zealous about your topic. Follow them. Once some or most of them follow you back, nurture your relationship with them, by providing and posting valuable content–photos, videos, updates–that enrich their lives in some way.

20. Create complimentary Instagram pages
If you run an Instagram page for “filmmakers in New York City”, start an Instagram page for “location scouts New York City” or “actors in New York City”.

21. Share contents of your giveaway product on your Instagram feed
I run an Instagram for “how to travel Europe cheap” and on it, I share pictures from one of the companion ebooks. The companion ebooks contain travel photos from our trip to Portugal, France, and Germany. I share these same pictures on the Instagram page. I’ve set up 2 Instagram pages for this ebook. On one of the Instagram pages, I share royalty-free, copyright-free photos from Europe. On the other, it is mainly my own travel photos from our trip to Europe. You can see these pages at instagram.com/TravelCheapBlueprint and instagram.com/HowToTravelEuropeCheap

22. Post videos and slideshows
Post videos and slideshows. You can download a plethora of free video-editing software and free slideshow editing software on the Google Play Store (Android phones) and iTunes (Apple phones). Adding music to the photo slideshows and to the videos is a fantastic way to “anchor” a feeling for the viewer. The “anchor” creates “a feeling” for the viewer that can become a mental snapshot and a trigger for a response to “do something”. Essentially, it places the viewer into an hypnotic state, in which they are ready to click the link in your bio, visit your website, and sign in with their name and email to get more of what you can offer them.

23. Automate your Instagram page
Automate your Instagram page by using one of the sites below. I’ve used Schedugr.am with good results. FollowLiker looks good, too.

Schedugr.am
Schedugram is a social media manager that automates your Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest pages. I used them last year for a few months, with good results. At that time, they only automated for Instagram. Now, however, they automate for Instagram, Facebook pages, and Pinterest. They are reliable and have excellent customer service. Schedugram is now called Sked Social. To go to their pricing page, click the link below.

Sked Social

FollowLiker.com

MassPlanner.com

MoreFix.com

Summary
Use this 23 step formula to grow your Instagram page followers, build your audience, and increase your profits. Post consistently. Post clear pictures and images that follow the theme/topic of your Instagram page. Be sure to post videos and slideshows with music. Remember to follow other Instagram page followers who are in similar or complimentary categories.

Get an Instagram Tuneup
Does your Instagram page need a tuneup, a fresh pair of eyes to give it a diagnostic? If you need help with your Instagram page, mail me at: bicycledays@yahoo.com with “need help with Instagram page” in the subject line, and I will take a look at it, and give you specific recommendations of what you can do to improve its performance, in order to build your business and grow your profits. I will do this completely free of charge.

I’m also available, depending on my schedule, to be your Instagram marketing assistant, to help you reach your Instagram marketing goals. For inquiries, email me at: bicycledays@yahoo.com with “IG marketing assistant inquiry” in the subject line.

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HowToTravelEuropeCheap
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Fill in the Blank Email Marketing BluePrint: No Download Required

The Importance of Building an Audience
If you have a business, whether it’s a product or service you are selling or earning an affiliate commission for, you know the importance of building an audience. Doing this requires understanding the basics of marketing. One of the pillars of online marketing is creating a powerful and effective email marketing campaign.

What is an Email Marketing Campaign
An email marketing campaign consists of a series of pre-written emails that are added into your autoresponder (automated email system software) that are sent out in a sequential manner. Email marketing is one of the best ways to build your audience for your product or service.

Email Marketing BluePrint
Here’s a basic template, a blueprint, that you can use for your email marketing campaigns. Simply fill in the blanks, then copy and paste it into your autoresponder for your email marketing campaign.

note: The highlighted sections are the sections where that contain the fill-in-the-blank emails. Simply fill in the blank to create your own email marketing campaign that you can insert into your autoresponders.

Fill in the Blanks Email Marketing Blueprint

#1 Welcome Email + Setting the Stage
Who I am. What I have to offer you. What you can expect next (future emails).
Here’s the Free PDF (link to page / bottom of page has another opt in) – Hey, ( name), I’m so glad you’re here. Here’s the free gift. Over the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing with you some more things that are going to make the biggest difference, so you can overcome obstacles that I’ve run into when (trying to do this, trying to accomplish the goal)

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#1 Email

subject line: (subject line)

Hey (name),

I’m glad you’re here. Thanks so much for signing up to (name of website).

Here’s your (free offer – blueprint, cheatsheet, tips, strategies, free report, free ebook). Click the link below for immediate download.

(link to immediate download of free offer)

I’m (name), a (what I do, my expertise, my passion), an (award-winng, recognitions) and the (author, inventor) of (book, product, app, software, invention, etc).

For more about me and what people have said about me, click here (link).

I help (this group of people) do (category of benefit) better, even if (worst case scenario).

Over the next few (time period, days, weeks, months), I’m going to sharing with you money-saving travel tips and strategies that will enable you to (verb that indicates benefit–travel, lose weight, get clear skin, etc, no matter (what type of condition or situation you are currently in), for less than (price) a (time period – week, month, etc.).

(funny GIF or static image that relates to product or service)

I’ll be sending you an email in a (time period, few hours, days, a week) with the subject line (subject line of email)

see you then,

your name
your speciality (health coach, life coach, dating/relationship coach, etc)
your website
your email
your phone number (optional – you can get a 2nd line for your mobile to use specifically for business reasons – I recommend this. Including your personal contact information shows that you are authentic, reachable, and available for any questions or concerns that your audience has.)

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#2 The Story – Peak Drama
How does your story directly relate to the problem or challenge that you can help them directly overcome. When telling the story, start with peak drama. Inciting incident. Share something dramatic that happened in your life, a challenge, that the audience can relate to. Then, open a loop — “in a few days, I’m going to tell you what I did to overcome this crisis/situation/problem … “ (open loop) / P.S. If you want to jump ahead and figure out how to solve this problem now, visit (product)

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#2 Email

subject line: (subject line)

A (time period – few days, weeks, months, years) ago, I returned to (geographical location).

For the last year, I had been living in (geographical location) (verb – working, doing, handling, etc) odd jobs and enduring the (negative conditions – freezing temperatures, difficult co-workers, poor wages).

(verb – Arriving/returning) to (current geographical location), I was (verb indictating negativity – unhappy, feeling depressed, unsure of my next step).

I (verb – was living, was working, did) (result – at my parents, at a fast food restaurant, was feeling down in the dumps).

In short, I was (verb indicating negative result – depressed, unhappy, overweight, etc).

One afternoon, my friend (name of friend) visited. (Name of friend) told me (word of advice).

I didn’t really know what she meant by that, but I decided to follow (his/her) advice.

The results were almost imperceptible at first.

Things started happening around me that I had not anticipated …

Something happened.

I will tell you what happened in the next email, that I’ll be sending out
to you in a few days.

Look for it in your inbox with the title: (subject line)

see you then,

(your name)
(your speciality (health coach, life coach, dating/relationship coach, etc)
(your website)
(your email)
(your phone number (optional – you can get a 2nd line for your mobile to use specifically for business reasons – I recommend this. Including your personal contact information shows that you are authentic, reachable, and available for any questions or concerns that your audience has.)

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#3 The Epiphany
I realized that people who do this (make money online, lose weight, are able to travel without much money) all do this, have this (have email lists, start off by fasting, begin by reducing their possessions and going minimalist), so doing this (building email lists, fasting, going minimal) is key. Once we started (building an email list), things started going so much better. There was a number of hidden benefits that we didn’t even realize were going to happen. When we started building the list, the hidden benefits started to appear. I’ll be telling you about the hidden benefits in the next email (open loop)

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#3 Email

subject line: (subject line)

Something happened.

Things started happening around me that I had not anticipated …

One afternoon I got a (phone call, text, email) from a perfect stranger.

Another day, I was introduced (an opportunity, a situation, a person with an opportunity/secret) and an offer to (action verb with beneficial results – travel abroad, lose weight, get clearer skin, overcome my shyness, meet lots of beautiful girls, gain confidence, etc)

Then something happened …

And another thing happened …

What happened you are asking? If I told you, you might not believe me! (Incite curiosity.) Also, this email would run too long.

Suffice it to say …

Doors were opening to all sort of possibilities.

Without any effort, my life was changing for the better …

Check your email inbox in a few days … (subject line)

see you then,

(your name)
(your speciality (health coach, life coach, dating/relationship coach, etc)
(your website)
(your email)
(your phone number (optional – you can get a 2nd line for your mobile to use specifically for business reasons – I recommend this. Including your personal contact information shows that you are authentic, reachable, and available for any questions or concerns that your audience has.)
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#4 – The Build Up
Ramp up the tension. Increase the curiosity. Hint at the benefits. Offer a glimpse of the positive outcome. Doing these things will get the reader/audience to become emotionally invested into the outcome of the story (your story) and, hopefully, allow them to identify with your journey to-the-point that they are willing to invest in your product or service to see the same beneficial result.

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#4 Email

subject line: (subject line)

Without any effort, my life was changing for the better …

8 weeks later, I found myself in (better position–physical, spiritual, emotional, mental, geographical–ie. 50 pounds lighter, with a clear conscience, emotionally empowered, with an amazing mental clarity, in a beautiful castle in Europe) with (person–ie. beautiful girl, handsome man, girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, best friend, amazing travel partner) at my side.

How did I get to this amazing place? It’s coming …

One afternoon, I sent an email, with photos from our adventures, to my (friend or relative–cousin, brother, Dad, Mom, uncle)  who was (successful in his field–professor, doctor, well-paid engineer, etc).

A day later, I received a reply from him.

His email began with: “I’m sick with envy”

When my (friend, relative) sent me that email that started with “I’m sick with envy … “ it hit me …

I realized something …

I’ll be telling you exactly what it is I realized in the next email …

Look for it 7 days from now, with the subject line “ … it hit me”

see you then,

(your name)
(your speciality (health coach, life coach, dating/relationship coach, etc)
(your website)
(your email)
(your phone number (optional – you can get a 2nd line for your mobile to use specifically for business reasons – I recommend this. Including your personal contact information shows that you are authentic, reachable, and available for any questions or concerns that your audience has.)

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#5 Hidden Benefits
Dive into the promise (what the audience like, wants). The hidden benefits — all of the sudden we were able to work from anywhere in the world, we were able to work less and earn more, there’s less stress, so we’re happier in our relationship, the extra free time allowed us to travel more, but it wasn’t something we learned to do on our own … thankfully, we discovered a system … (open loop)

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#5 Email

subject line: (subject line)

When my (friend, relative) sent me that email that started with “I’m sick with envy … “ it hit me …

I realized that few people knew how to (action verb with beneficial results–travel cheap, lose weight, get mental clarity, accomplish 10x our work output, make money online, reduce my workload to 10 hours a week and double my income, etc) like (I, we) did.

Few people knew how to (verb – travel, lose weight, earn money online) for only (dollar amount — a few dollars a day/week/month), with (additional benefits – clearer skin, greater clarity, better focus, abundant energy, etc) as a result.

At (geographical location, place, situation), we were given (benefits) …

More people need to know about this …

More people need to know that they have (benefits – clearer skin, a healthy & toned body, abundance in relationships and finances) for as little as (money amount) a (day, week, month).

More people need to know about …

The life changing experience, the people you encounter, the opportunities, the stories you’ll come back with …

People need to know that they, too, can experience the real benefits of (category – travel, weight loss, relationship abundance, etc) like we did.

All of the sudden, I realized that I could (benefits – travel, lose weight, get abundant energy, earn money online) whenever and wherever I wanted …

And the hidden benefits were, and still are, enormous …

I realized that people that have the richest experiences (category – traveling, with relationships, with their health, in their finances, spiritually, etc) often are the ones who do the same thing that (I/we) did.

I realized that (doing this – traveling minimally, eating once a day, getting focused, etc) is the key.

I realized that (doing this – sleeping 8 hours, prayer, meditation, spiritual harmony, etc) is paramount.

Once I began understanding the real secrets to (category – travel, weight loss, mental clarity, financial freedom, relationships, abundance in life, etc) that most people don’t know about, things became a lot clear. My perspective widened. A new way of looking at the world was possible. My options expanded far beyond what I could even see. And isn’t that what real freedom is about—having options in life? I think that’s a key ingredient, anyway.

When I started putting the real secrets to (category – travel, weight loss, spirituality, making money online, etc) into action, hidden benefits started to appear. I’ll be telling you about those in the next email.

You’re probably thinking (I/we) are (super heroes, have exceptionally high IQ’s, have rich parents, got lucky, etc).

Well, you need to know something …

(I/we) are (perceived disadvantage – college dropouts, never attended college, came from lower income/middle income families, grew up in single parent homes, are regular Joe’s and Jane’s, etc)

If two (perceived disadvantage) can do it, so can you!

Learning the secrets to (beneficial result – cheap travel, weight loss, mental clarity, making money online, etc) was something that I did on my own.

And I’m going to share these secrets with you in the next email (open loop)

Look for it, one week from now, in your email inbox with subject line, (subject line)

see you then,

(your name)
(your speciality (health coach, life coach, dating/relationship coach, etc)
(your website)
(your email)
(your phone number (optional – you can get a 2nd line for your mobile to use specifically for business reasons – I recommend this. Including your personal contact information shows that you are authentic, reachable, and available for any questions or concerns that your audience has.)

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#6 Email
This is the system that we discovered. It worked for (me/us) and brought us (these results – features) and these (results – benefits). You can check out this product at our website.

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#6 Email

subject line: (subject line)

During my multi-month journey through Europe, I kept a journal. I took photographs. I kept notes. I documented almost everything. And once I had some free time, I compiled everything—the notes, the journals, the photographs, and what I had learned.

I call it the (subject line)

You can grab it and get immediate download by (clicking here – clickable link to payment page for product or service) now.

The main (product – ebook, report, software) is (description of product with features and benefits).

It will show you, step by step, how to (overcome a challenge, solve a problem, get beneficial results, etc) and it is guaranteed to work or you get a 100% money-back.

And get this, I’m selling it for only (price of product).

Click the image below for easy payment and immediate download.

(clickable image of product)

I’m excited to hear about your results!

see you on the inside,

(your name)
(your speciality (health coach, life coach, dating/relationship coach, etc)
(your website)
(your email)
(your phone number (optional – you can get a 2nd line for your mobile to use specifically for business reasons – I recommend this. Including your personal contact information shows that you are authentic, reachable, and available for any questions or concerns that your audience has.)

P.S. Curious about what it’s really like to (experience these beneficial results)? Want the nitty-gritty? If you’re ready for the adventure of your life, click here. Be warned, though. This isn’t for everyone. These are pages ripped from my journal and the account can get a bit graphic at times. Hang on. The ride is about to get wild!

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Use This Email Marketing BluePrint as a Template
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Use This Email Marketing Campaign Template to Build an Audience & Boost Sales

If you’re selling a product or service, or both, online, you’ve likely heard the phrase “the money’s in the list”. It simply means that the money you’re going to get is from the “list” of people that have signed on to your email list.

Initially, these people (prospects) sign on with their first name and email because you’ve offered them a solution to a problem or, using the happy words, a challenge. After they receive specific emails that benefit them in some way, the prospect feels a rapport with you.

Mike Filsaime, an online millionaire marketer and co-creator of WebinarJam, says: “In order to get people to buy something from you, you first have to get them to know, like, and trust you.” Click here for an interview with Mike Filsaime.

That–getting the prospect, the potential customer, to know, like, and trust you, are the pillars of building rapport.

Build rapport with your audience by getting them to know, like, trust you.

Know – recognize who you are, what you are offering them, your positions as an authority in the field

Like – associate you with a good feeling

Trust – believe in your authenticity and honesty

Building a customer list requires writing a series of pre-written emails that can be set out at a specified (you determine the times and days) schedule.

And there’s a formula, a kind-of recipe, for how this is done.

Use this email template below for your email marketing campaign.

Simply fill in the blanks.

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source: How to Write an Email Marketing Campaign

#1 Welcome Email + Setting the Stage
The welcome email and setting the stage is exactly what it says. You welcome them, you introduce yourself, and you tell them what they can expect in the future emails.

Who I am. What I have to offer you. What you can expect next (future emails).

Here’s the Free PDF (link to page / bottom of page has another opt in) – Hey, ( name), I’m so glad you’re here. Here’s the free gift. Over the next few weeks I’m going to be sharing with you some more things that are going to make the biggest difference, so you can overcome obstacles that I’ve run into when (trying to do this, trying to accomplish the goal)

#2 The Story – Peak Drama
In the second email, you share your story. Then, you share how your story directly relates to the problem or challenge that you can help them directly overcome. When telling the story, start with peak drama. Inciting incident. Share something dramatic that happened in your life, a challenge, that the audience can relate to. Then, open a loop — “in a few days, I’m going to tell you what I did to overcome this crisis/situation/problem … “ (open loop) / P.S. If you want to jump ahead and figure out how to solve this problem now, visit (product)

#3 The Epiphany
I realized that people who do this (make money online, lose weight, are able to travel without much money) all do this, have this (have email lists, start off by fasting, begin by reducing their possessions and going minimalist), so doing this (building email lists, fasting, going minimal) is key. Once we started (building an email list), things started going so much better. There was a number of hidden benefits that we didn’t even realize were going to happen. When we started building the list, the hidden benefits started to appear. I’ll be telling you about the hidden benefits in the next email (open loop)

#4 Hidden Benefits
Dive into the promise (what the audience like, wants). The hidden benefits — all of the sudden we were able to work from anywhere in the world, we were able to work less and earn more, there’s less stress, so we’re happier in our relationship, the extra free time allowed us to travel more, but it wasn’t something we learned to do on our own … thankfully, we discovered a system … (open loop)

#5 Call to Action
This is the system that we discovered. It worked for us and brought us these results (features) and these results (benefits). You can check out this product at our website. / at the website, offer an additional opt-in for that leads to another affiliate product

Add a P.S. (ie. P.S. I’ve got some free tools coming to your inbox in 4 days … excited to share this with you … )

source: How to Write an Email Marketing Campaign

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That’s it.

The 5-step email sequence above is the basic email sequence you can use to convert indifferent prospects into lukewarm prospects who are ready to buy your product or service.

Use the 5-step email sequence above for your own email marketing campaign.

Simply fill in the blanks and plug it into your autoresponder (automated email marketing campaign).

You can use these email marketing strategies to build your audience and boost your sales.

If you need additional help writing an email marketing campaign, reach out to me at: bicycledays@yahoo.com or text me at: 347-557-5487

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How to Create a Keyword List that Works Effectively to Rank on the First Page of Google Search

How to Create a Keyword List That Works Effectively to Rank on the First Page of Google

(Original post from ClickTime.)

Creating an effective keyword list takes time, effort, and focus. But it is one of the most important things you can do to help your business, agency, or customers be successful.

An effective keyword list will help you repeatedly rank on the first page of Google.
Whether your goal is getting more blog subscribers, demo requests, direct sales, or simply increasing brand awareness, ranking on the first page of Google is a tremendous achievement, and a key part of any SEO plan.

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But regardless of your motives, the first step to ranking content is organizing your keyword research and prioritizing your best attempts into an organized keyword list.
What are the pros and cons of creating a keyword list?
This is an important question, since it not only takes effort to create your keyword list, but you’ll have to do additional work to keep the list updated over time.

Here are some benefits of using a keyword list:

1. Use a keyword list to inform and map out an editorial calendar.
If this is your first time creating an editorial calendar, don’t go too crazy. Just get started and map out the next one-to-two months. After that, map out the next three-to-six months. The hard part isn’t having enough ideas to fill up six months worth of blog posts and white papers. The hard part is coming up with ideas and keywords that get closer and closer to your audience, and what you want them to do. So start small and build a better content empire over time. (Progress, not perfection!)

2. Use a keyword list to focus your content creation efforts.
There are too many things to write about, only a few things that your audience cares about, and even fewer hours in the day. The keyword list will be your friend when it comes to working smarter and maximizing the impact of your work. The keyword list coupled with your editorial calendar will help estimate how much time you need to research one topic, and hopefully amplify that work over several pieces of content.

3. Use the keyword list to get more out of existing content by helping you focus on backlinking and promoting.
This is your opportunity to create a full list of what you’ve created and connect it to the keywords that you want to win. You may find that some of your content is already ranking for keywords on your list, which means your next task is to optimize the content and pitch it to blogs and social influencers, to help your work climb up the ever-important ranks of Google.

And here are some drawbacks of having a keyword list:
Creating and managing a keyword list takes time and commitment. While it’s worth the exercise since it allows you to work smarter, creating and managing a keyword list does take time. My advice: Bite the bullet and set aside three or four hours to lay down the foundation for your keyword research and list. Once that’s out of the way, (and hopefully with the help of creative and supportive teammates) the rest of the list and prioritization will flow easily.

A keyword list might constrain you and narrow your content world. The keyword list is only representative of what you and your team are aware of — be it about a product, industry, or target audience. The danger of this is missing out on the wonderful universe of other content creators and experts that you’re not aware of. So keep yourself flexible, create space to stay creative, and be open to new ideas that don’t show up on your initial keyword list.

Now, let’s crack open a spreadsheet and jump into how to create and prioritize a keyword list.

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Six Steps to Create and Prioritize a Keyword List

Step 1: Audience
In this tab, write down what you know about your buyers, what’s important to them and when, and important dates to track.
Your buyer (or whoever you consider to be your audience) should always be front and center during this exercise. If you already have personas mapped out to the typical sales cycle, refer back to that while you start writing categories of keywords.

If you’re still learning about your buyer, it’s a good idea to go through the classic persona exercise, but if you’re short on time and need to move quickly, you can do the following two things to put yourself in the shoes of your buyer:

1. Get knowledge transferred from someone in a sales or product role. This person is likely 100% focused on what’s important to your target customer and will help you get closer to what’s true for your customer.

2. Listen to sales calls. Sales calls and notes hold a wealth of information, and will allow you to pick up a lot of non-verbal queues as your target buyer engages directly with your team/product.

Move onto step 2 when you can answer these questions:

• Who is your buyer?
• What are you trying to convince them to do with your content?

Step 2: Categories of keywords
In this tab, write a list of topics that you want to dive into with specific keywords. You’ll end up transferring this list of categories to a keywords tab, so just treat this as your brainstorming section.

The result of this step will be a list of topics (or buckets of content) that represent:

• Intersections between your buyer and your product
• Areas where you or someone on your team is a product or industry expert
• Concerns that are important to your buyer and are at least tangentially related to your product

If your goal is lead generation, then create categories or topics that are right at the intersection of pain points and problems you’re trying to solve.

If your goal is broader (e.g. you want to use content for a longer play like thought leadership), layer in categories where you’re a subject matter expert and can lend true education on things your buyer cares about.

This can be a challenging exercise, so be easy on yourself. You’ll have the opportunity to go back and refine this list. Just let your imagination and ideas flow. The main thing to keep in mind is your buyer.

Step 3: Keyword list
In this tab, copy over your categories and start listing keywords that fit under each category. You should have multiple keywords per category (when possible).

Treat this step like step 2. The result of this step will be a list of actual keywords that you will try to win in specific pieces of content. While the names of categories may not explicitly show up in content, these keywords will. So phrases and longtail keywords should end up on this list.

While there are a ton of best practices out there to build a list of keywords, your brain is the best first place to start. Draw upon your own experience, instinct, and knowledge. Trust yourself in this process, and since it’s not the final product, this is a powerful moment to brainstorm. Again, you’ll have time to pare this down later.

Make this step more enjoyable and fruitful by working with a colleague. If you’re in marketing, work with someone in sales, customer success, or product. This will help you look at all parts of the funnel and create a keyword list that hits the entire customer lifecycle.

Once you get all of your thoughts out, start looking to SEO best practices to build up your keywords. Here are a few helpful articles:

Moz Beginners Guide to Keyword Research
Search Engine Land Keyword List Building 101
SEOBook Keyword List Generator

(Note: Tools to generate keywords are useful when you’re jumping into a product or industry where you have little firsthand knowledge. Use this to kickstart brainstorming and iterate, but don’t use this tool as a sole source of truth and innovation.)

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Step 4: Check volume
• In the same keyword tab, create a column to track average monthly search volume.
• Sign into Google AdWords.
• Go to Keyword Planner under Tools.
• Go to Get Search Volume Data and Trends.
• Cut and paste your list of keywords.
• Adjust targeting.
• Download your results and update your keyword list.

If you’re just starting out and want to test the waters, look at keywords that get at least 50 average monthly searches, and tackle one of those. It might be easy to win, depending on the strength of the content on the first page of Google. And it feels great to get those first wins! It will really boost your confidence as you continue down the road of getting content to rank on Google.

Step 5: Relevance score
In the same keyword tab, create a column to give a relevance score to each keyword. Here’s your first step to prioritization.

Keep this simple, score from 1-3:
• Score a “1” for keywords that are closest to your goal. If you sell boutique pet food, then the keyword for “best grain-free dog food” would score a “1”.
• Score a “2” for keywords that imply someone is taking action, but not necessarily looking for dog food. For example, a “2” might be “help dog lose weight” or “healthy diet for dog.”
• Score a “3” for keywords that are flat, not necessarily actionable, and more focused on education. Some examples are, “what is kibble” or “types of dog food.” The topic is relevant since you sell pet food, but there are too many reasons why a person might want to learn what is kibble and too many of them are not real buyers.

Step 6: Prioritize
Overall, prioritization will happen on three levels: buyer, volume, and “win-ability” (i.e. if you can’t beat what’s already ranking, then cut your losses and move on).

Prioritization can be thought of in two ways: existing keyword opportunities and new keyword opportunities.

Existing Keyword Opportunities
Add a column in the keywords tab for links to existing content. One of the greatest benefits of the keyword list is you can start getting more out of your existing content. You’ll want to see if you’re currently ranking for keywords or already have content you want to rank for those terms. You’ll be better able to optimize this content for one or even multiple keywords.

The goal here is to rank better, drive more traffic, and eventually create more conversion off of existing content. There are a number of content optimization tools out there, including Mushi Labs, which will help score and give keyword suggestions based on analyzing content ranked on the first page of Google.

SEMrush

New Keyword Opportunities
Hopefully your keyword list has a healthy amount of existing content tied to it. Anything remaining are your new keyword opportunities.

New keyword opportunities come from a variety of sources: overlooked synonyms, the long-tail of existing high-value keywords, new feature releases, new products, etc. When considering new keywords to go after, keep in mind your buyer, volume, and win-ability (can you create high-value content that can reasonably beat some of the results on the first page of Google?).

The final step to prioritization is a combination of those same three things and the resources you have available. Remember that content is the key to ranking well. Sometimes you’ll find a keyword opportunity, but lack the right content. Other times, you’ll have content already and need to optimize it to rank higher for the right word. Prioritize your list based on what you can accomplish well, with what you already have.

Finally, if you’re using this to build out an editorial calendar and are running with a lean team, pull out five categories that are the most important (again based on buyer, volume, and win-ability). Create a separate tab for these five categories and start brainstorming with the team how to pump up existing content opportunities and tackle new content opportunities.

The beauty of a keyword list is it allows you to be more strategic and smarter with your time. Whether it’s getting more out of work you’ve already created or strategically going after important, winnable keywords to rank on the first page of Google, the keyword list will help you focus and get more disciplined in your content efforts.

(Original post from ClickTime.)

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From Shy Teen to Radio Host, Best-Selling Author, Inspirational Speaker: An Interview with Angel Tuccy

Recently, I had the pleasure of hearing Angel Tuccy speak to a crowded room at the Small Business Expo NYC 2018.  She’s attractive, with beautiful blue eyes and a gorgeous smile, and petite, but don’t let her size or good looks trick you … this lady’s a dynamo of intelligence, emotion and raw power.

Listening to her talk, I felt inspired.  As she dropped gems of powerful inspiration, the room was charged with electricity.  For me, it was the best talk of the entire conference.  She is that good to listen to.  So good, in fact that I’m taking my notes from her talk and developing them into 1) a blog post and 2) an entry within my email marketing campaign.

After going over my notes, I contacted Angel Tuccy and asked her if she’d be up for an interview.  Thankfully, she was.  (Thanks Angel!)

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Connect with bestselling author, radio host, and inspirational leader and speaker Angel Tuccy. Visit the websites below to get started. (Take action now. Fortune favors the bold.)

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Angel Tuccy’s books at Amazon.com

https://twitter.com/angeltuccy

https://www.linkedin.com/in/angeltuccy/

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Interview with Angel Tuccy, best selling author, inspirational leader and speaker, advocate for small business.  Be sure to visit her website

Interview

1.  Let’s start with your early life.  Where did you grow up, what town, state?  How was your family life?

My dad was a Navy man, whose job regularly transferred his location and his family around the country.

I often changed schools at least once or twice a school year. I was super shy, and I don’t have any long-term childhood friends, except for one. We reconnected on facebook about 4 or 5 years ago. We were best friends when we were in 7th grade.

I’m the oldest of 3. I have a brother 3 years younger and a sister 8 years younger.

I was a bookworm, loved to read and my mom and I would watch Shirley Temple & old musicals together. Funny Girl with Barbra Streisand & My Fair Lady with Audrey Hepburn are 2 of my favorites.

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Growing up, was there any indication that you would one day become a well-known radio host, best-selling author, and speaker?

I recall wanting to be a cruise director, like Julie, from the Love Boat.

I was just a kid, trying to get through life. I don’t think I had any big dreams or aspirations.

My mom worked small jobs wherever we lived, and my dad’s career was the motivator for everything else.

2.  Once you reached the stage of being a senior in high school, just about to graduate … what were your aspirations?  How did they play out the year following HS graduation?

I was being interviewed for a magazine in 2010, and was asked a similar question, and this memory came flooding back to me.

My senior year, I took a speech class for graduation requirements. I was awful. I shook like a washing machine in its final spin cycle every time I was in front of the class.

One section of the course was to do a bit in the school’s radio station booth. I recall my teacher saying to me “Angel, you’ll never have a career in radio.”

It’s so funny how our brains and memories work. Up until 2010, I didn’t remember that conversation at all. But here I was being interviewed about my path, and the memory came back to me instantly.

I spent 2 years at the junior college, taking courses on early childhood education, while working as a nanny. Other odd jobs included working retail and then an admin in a corporate office. I didn’t have any clear direction of what I wanted to be when I grew up until I was 39.

2.  Did you go to college or university?  What was your major?  What were main areas of interest outside of academic pursuits?  Did you host a college radio station?  Can you tell me about any incidences during your college or university years that stand out, in a way that they shaped your view of the world and, perhaps, put you on a different path in life?

I met my husband when I was 22. We married a year later.

I had to quit my office job due to a complicated pregnancy. I had twin girls and I became a stay-at-home mom.  My son was born 4 years later.

I was a full-time mom, doing play groups, volunteering at our church and the school. I took a course on cake-decorating, and made elaborate school party snacks and fancy holiday cakes.

I decorated, and then re-decorated the house. I kept myself and my kids busy and involved with church and school activities.

I volunteered to be the MOPS (Mother of Preschoolers) Coordinator, and took my first role in leadership. I ran a leadership team of 15 women, and we grew our program into one of the most successful MOPS group our church had ever had.

It was a great opportunity for me, and I discovered something I was good at.

I worked part-time for the PGA (Professional Golfers Association) for 10 years as an admin. I love spread sheets and being part of an organized team.   We put together a major golf tournament every year, until they closed in 2008.

I was then hired by a public speaker, Eric Reamer, to be his admin and help with marketing. I became a sponge, learning everything I could find on marketing. I helped him grow his business and he made me a partner. I helped write his presentations, and one day, he asked me to give one alongside of him.

I had no experience in presenting, so I wrote out word-for-word my entire 45-minute presentation. I stood in front of an audience of 60 people, and shook my papers, freaked out and sweating through my shirt to give that presentation.

I was awful to watch, I’m sure.

However, I came back and did it again the next month, and the next month, for 3 years, I put together and spoke once a month to our local chamber of commerce, teaching the members how to attract new clients and create create customer loyalty. We called it Relationship Marketing.

One day, someone in the audience suggested Eric and I start a podcast, so we did. Six months later, a local radio station heard our show and invited us to do a daily 30-minute program on a local station.

We took our headphones off after our very first broadcast and I knew immediately, this is what I want to do. I want to be a nationally syndicated radio host of one of the most popular shows in the country.

I wanted to be like Dave Ramsey. That was November 2009. From their, I was nominated and received many awards, including Most Influential Woman Leader of the Year in 2011. It was quite a ride!

3.  Growing up, were you raised in a Christian home?  How did that affect your worldview?  Later on, once you became a radio host, how did that shape your perspective?

My family attended church on Easter and Christmas. We prayed before meals and before bed, but that was the extent of my Christian home. When I would visit my great-aunt in for summers in Pennsylvania, she would take me to Catholic Church every Sunday.

The best part was afterwards, we’d go to my great-grandma’s home and she always had a feast. She spent all her time in the kitchen, creating delicious meals, cookies, pastries, breads, and people from the neighborhood were always stopping in for coffee and to visit. There was always a hub of people around and it was so entertaining.

When I was an early-adult, my parents and I starting attending a church that was brand new. We had some friends who helped get it started inside an elementary school and they invited us to attend the launch. We started going every Sunday. Jay Tuccy had also been invited to attend the first church service. Afterwards, our friends invited everyone to their home for brunch, but I was working retail and didn’t go to the brunch. Jay asked about me, and my mom sent him to bring me lunch at work. We started meeting up at church every Sunday, and eventually started dating, We were married a year after our first kiss.

4.  How long were you a radio host for, and at what stations?  Did you work in one state or various states?

We hosted a daily 30-minute program on AM 560 KLZ, a Crawford Broadcasting Station, in Denver CO. We did that for 15 months.

We got our big break to expand the show when the host of the show before us took a job in Washington DC. We expanded to a daily 2 hour program.
We attempted several times to “self-syndicate” which means we paid for air-time on other stations in other states. We were in Arizona, in Minneapolis, in Birmingham, and a few others. Each time we tried, it became too expensive and too-time consuming to find sponsors and advertisers in the other states to keep our program on the air.

Eventually, we connected with BizTalk Radio. They took our show national. We were the morning drive on the east coast and in Dallas. They broadcasted our show for many states across the country, along the I-70 corridor.

In 2016, we changed stations in Denver and joined the Salem Media Communications line-up. We were the morning drive, 5am – 8am. We were waking up at 3 o’clock in the morning. We were on a brand new radio station in Denver, AM 1690 KDMT, Denver’s Money Talk. We were so excited to be included in the Salem family. They had 146 stations across the country and we were going to finally “make it”! We just had to pay our dues with the morning drive, and we thought we were finally making our dreams come true.

After a year, we were invited to also host a 2nd program within the Salem family. The host of their most popular show, Crosswalk on 94.7 FM was retiring and Eric & I were invited to host the show.

We moved to the afternoons. We hosted our business talk show on AM 1690 from 2-4pm, and the Christian lifestyle show from 4-6pm. It was us and Peter Boyles as the only hosts to broadcast 4 hours of radio show every weekday.

Being a woman in radio, hosting 4 hours of live radio broadcasting every day, I thought this was going to open up so many new opportunities for expansion. I was excited and nervous about the potential that was happening.

Instead, we went backwards. Our AM station reduced its marketing budget. The station wasn’t retaining advertisers. Their was tremendous strain and stress on the sales team. I felt invisible. I was spending 5 hours everyday, inside a room without windows, talking into a microphone. I was feeling lost, rejected, and overwhelmed by the responsibility of the Christian program. It was an honor, but not serving my true calling of helping entrepreneurs.

5. Was there an “aha moment” for you, when interviewing a well-known speaker or author, when you thought to yourself, “Wait a second, I can do this, I can do what this guy’s doing!” ?

I remember interviewing Jackie Collins, best selling author. She had sold over 500 million copies of her books in over 40 countries, and I was interviewing her! It was an adrenaline rush.

I realized, because of my microphone and audience, I could invite anyone to be on MY show. And we did.

We interviewed all the great business authors. All the great business gurus, specialists, and innovators in business.

I was so blessed and honored to share their story. I wanted to do that for small business owners and entrepreneurs every where. I wanted to give them the opportunity to be featured as an expert in their space.

I ended up creating a unique business & marketing model that featured small business owners and entrepreneurs on major media.

It was innovative for radio.

We were podcasting our live radio show before anyone else in Denver was – at the time, you were either podcasting or doing terrestrial radio, not both. We were doing both.

We put a webcam in our studio from the very beginning – though it was discouraged by those running the station. When we moved to the afternoons, we were on facebook live, too. Every single day. We were the first to cross over into the digital space before everyone else caught on. Now, everyone does it.

6.  Imagine that, right now, you are looking at your 18-year old self. Describe that girl in 3 words.

Shy, lost, hopeful

7.  Describe the woman you are now in 3 words.  How have you changed and what led to that change or growth or direction?

Excited, loved, happy. I read the book “What to say when you talk to yourself” and it changed me from the inside out. I realized how powerful my thoughts were directing my course.

I started reading book after book on the power of positivity, self-improvement, and taking action. My husband used to read these books together every single night. We are now both business owners of our own companies and have been for the last 10 years.

8.  When did you first meet your husband?  Tell me about that.

We met at an Amway meeting, and the next week, at a church service. I was dating someone else at the time. One weekend, I was stood up by my boyfriend, and Jay took me to the Denver Zoo to cheer me up. My boyfriend and I broke up the next day.

Jay and I went to church together every Sunday while we were dating, giving us a strong Christian foundation for our relationship.

9.  How has being a mother of shaped your view and perspective?

Being a mom is the best thing & the hardest thing in the world. They depend on me to have my act together, and because of that, I want to to be the best mom I can for them. I’ve discovered that I don’t have to know it all, or have all the answers. They need me to love them. And through that love, we figure out the rest. I’ve made many decisions along the way that put my children first, and I think we are a stronger family unit because of that.

When we were first invited to host a daily radio show, the local station offered us the drive-home time slot, which is the best time slot you can get in the radio world.

However, taking that time slot meant I wouldn’t ever be home when my kids came home from school. That was an important time of day for them and for us to connect.

So I turned it down and took the mid-morning slot. It was a tough decision for me because I felt like I would have to sacrifice my family for my career.

Fortunately, the radio station offered to re-play our program in the afternoon, so we could have both. We could host the morning show, and while I was home being a mom, my show played in the afternoons for over a year. It was a turning point for me, and a great reminder to stick to my values.

10.  What are your favorite takeaways that you get from your current career as an author, speaker, and small business advocate?

I have the best job in the world! By helping others get the media exposure they need to grow their business, I get to do what I love. I get to shine a spotlight and microphone on their success and their stories.

It’s a beautiful thing when my clients realize that others want to hear their stories and I get to help make that happen. I get open doors for them, make introductions, & remind them of their greatness.

11.  Where would you like to be in 10 years?

On a sailboat with my husband, running our business from a laptop.

12.  If you could have 3 superpowers, what would they be?

Stopping the clock to savor moments in time.
Instantly transporting to other locations.
Aphrodite touch – it’s like the Midas touch where everything turns to gold, but instead, everyone you touch, feels loved inside.

13.  Over the last 1o years, you’ve hosted over 2,000 broadcasts and 3,500 guests.  What are some of the most valuable things you’ve learned from them?

I’ve learned that everyone is unique, and when we tap into our own uniqueness, we really shine. We don’t have to try to be someone else, or compare ourselves to how others achieve success, we have everything we need inside of us already. We are enough.

I’ve learned that you don’t have to be perfect, or the best, but you can’t quit. You attract the success you’re looking for by the actions you take every single day.

I’ve learned that everyone has a story to tell, and sometimes, just listening to them can be the greatest gift you have to offer.

You’ve probably noticed patterns along the way.  (Success leaves clues.  If you want to be successful, follow in the footsteps of giants.) (NLP incorporates modeling as method toward a positive outcome, modeling behaviors that work.)

Do well-known authors, speakers, industry leaders share the same characteristics and habits?  If so, what are they?

Leaders definitely create success.

When I first started helping Eric grow his business, I remember asking other people what they did to achieve their success.

So often, the answer they gave me was “I was just lucky, or I was in the right place at the right time.”

I was disappointed in their response because I was looking for the magic 1, 2, 3 formula.

What I discovered is that we all have a different path to take. We all have our own time line to follow. Success may be waiting for us to discover something inside of ourselves.

There may be lessons we still have to learn along the way before the next door will open.

When I get anxious, my mantra to bring me back to peace is “More time with God.”

The more time I spend with God, the less anxious I am about my future. God helps me find peace with my journey.

Every leader recognizes they are on a journey and everyday they take action and make intentional decisions that fuel their vision. They are focused, they know their WHY, and they don’t waiver too far off-course before recalibrating.

14.  You’ve spoken with thousands of entrepreneurs, small business owners, authors, speakers, industry giants.

What is the major “achilles heel” or “missing ingredient” (or ingredients) that they need to reach financial success?

Financial success stems from your mindset. If you think you’ll never get out of debt, never make that much money, always struggle financially, then you are right.

We all have the opportunity to be financially independent, but we aren’t doing what it takes to create it. That’s our choice.

When I attend the Rainmaker Summit put on by Bill Walsh and Powerteam USA, there’s an exercise that clearly defines your financial picture. Most people discover that they aren’t on the path to achieving financial success. Either they aren’t charging enough for their services, or they aren’t serving enough clients to make it happen. In America, we can create as many revenue streams as we want to.

There are countless stories of people who created financial success from nothing. They made a choice.

We all make our own choice.

We are not a tree, we can move.

Writing this is a stark reminder that I am right where I am because of the choices I make everyday to either create more abundant wealth, or not. Truth bomb right there. 🙂

15.  Regarding mindset, how important is mindset when it comes to financial success?  Do you believe that most people set themselves up to fail, that most people “subconsciously” keep their foot on the brake because, somewhere along the line, they’ve associated success with “being greedy” or some other negative character trait?

(Personally, I think that people need to give themselves permission to succeed and that, until they do, success will always be “just out of reach”.  Sometimes, people reach success and immediately sabotage the success in order to return to a familiar pattern that of poverty and routine, something that they are comfortable with.)

Just yesterday, I was sitting in a workshop and a woman in the front row was asking about how much to charge for her public speaking presentations. She currently is asking $500.00 and says there’s no way she can ask for more, that no one will pay more.

Sitting in the audience, we all could feel and hear her limiting beliefs like a fog horn. And yet, somewhere in our own world, most of us have that same reel playing in our own heads.

Maybe it’s not the $500 mark, maybe it’s the $5,000 mark, or the $50,000 mark. We have our own limiting belief system and we often don’t realize how limited our world is.

We can see it so easily in someone else. In order to have a breakthrough, I need to speak my possibilities out loud. I need to write them down on paper.

I need to be surrounded by people who are doing even greater things, that pull me up and stretch me.

I need to take continuous action until it’s a habit, an innate action, that comes naturally.

16.  You’re a best selling author.  Congratulations Angel.  Tell me about your book, Lists That Saved My Life.  What sparked the idea?  

My first book is called Lists that Save my Life.

I got the idea after a camping trip.

I hadn’t even started the radio show yet, but it was in the works. I wanted to have the book written before our show started airing, so I could have the title, published author.

I had written a children’s book many years before, but I didn’t publish it. Eventually, it was my 4th book.

How long did you take for you to write?

I wrote the book in 15-minute increments at a time. It took about 6 weeks. And then editing took another 6 weeks.

It was published in December 2009.

In January, I heard Lisa Nichols speak about becoming a Best Selling Author, and I had a magnet pull inside of me to become a best selling author.

In April 2010, the book hit #1 in Time Management, and stayed on the Amazon best seller list for 32 weeks in a row. I was speaking every week to keep the momentum. I teach my clients to speak on media (radio, blogs, podcasts, tv, stages, etc) every single week.

17.  Are you planning a follow-up book?

My second book was Lists That Saved My Business.

My 3rd book was co-authored by a local chiropractor. It’s called Sex, Drugs & Rock n Roll – an edgy title but a great health, wellness, and lifestyle book.

My 4th book was a children’s book called Mommy Has Lots To Do, illustrated by my daughter. And there have been many, many books since then.

I love to write and to share. Now, instead of writing books, I’m spending my time writing curriculum for my digital course “Make Your Big Impact”.

18.  As a mom, a wife, an author, an inspirational leader, and speaker, you are juggling a lot of opportunities and obligations.  Did you go to juggling school?  😀  How do you do this?

I’m a scheduling-queen. Everything I want to do gets “calendered”.

I’m pretty good at delegating and asking for help.

I learned a long time ago that if it’s truly important, I schedule it.

Time with my husband and my family gets priority.

Now, I’m speaking across the country and am traveling every week, so “calendering” becomes more important than ever.

I keep a large calendar in my home office so my entire family has access.

Each quarter, my husband and I take a beach vacation to relax and recharge.

And we schedule family trips, too. That’s my biggest rock. Then my work fills in the spaces.

19.  What’s the best advice that you have for someone who has an idea for a book, but doesn’t know where to start?

A lot of people want to start with their “heart” book. This is your passion, your book of poetry, or your story of triumph.

We all have a “heart” book inside of us. Write it down. Just write it. You’ll discover that once you start, it will flow out of you like water.

However, I want my clients to write their “food” book. The book that puts food on the table. The book that gets you invited to be a guest on media and ties back to your program, product or service. This is the book that drives sales, builds your database and sets you apart in the marketplace.

Your “food” book is the door opener to more media interviews.

The best thing about your “food” book is that you likely already have it written.

Do you remember season 5 in Sex and the City? Where the main character is asked to take her newspaper articles and compile them into a published book? That’s my favorite season.

You already have a blog, presentations, frequently asked questions that you can compile into a book that establishes you as the expert in your industry.

I tested this theory one weekend and pulled together a book in 72 hours.

The book is called Jumpstart For Business,  how to turn your slowest months into your best months. It was published 72 hours after I started it. I refer to it as my “no excuses” book.

20.  What’s the best advice that you have for someone who wants to write a book and be a public speaker, doing what you do?

It’s the same advice that was given to my by Mark McIntosh of Turning Lemons into Margaritas. He said, Just write it. Stop gathering data. Stop asking questions, and write.

Only writing is writing. Research and interviewing is stalling. Put it on the calendar and take action.

21.  Have you read “The Secret” and “The Power” (Rhonda Byrne)? What are your thoughts about these books?

Yes, and yes. If you want something bad enough, you’ll make it happen.

If you want something around you to change, you have to be the first to change.

So often, we want things to be different than they are now, but we don’t want to change any of our thoughts or behaviors in order to make it so.

We can be busy, but that’s not the same as being productive. We can read all the books on success, but we have to take the action.

As soon as you take the action and invest in yourself, you’re letting the universe know that you’re ready to be invested in and opportunities show up big time.

I was hosting 2 radio programs, 4 hours a day. I thought I was stuck on a path with no way out. I had a business partner, clients, contracts. And I didn’t know if I was brave enough to make the change.

I started taking action, baby steps towards options.

I took a weeklong public speaking course.

I signed up to speak at a national expo.

I re-worked my sales funnel so I could travel a little more.

And one day, the station manager said, Angel, we’re making a change and you’re no longer on the air.

It was one of the happiest, and scariest days of my life.

Do I dare step away from radio broadcasting?

I’ve been doing it for 10 years.

And the magnet inside of me lit up and 10 days later, I had a brand new path, and brand new journey. I’m on fire for speaking and serving. I’ve been gifted a chance of a lifetime to be mentored by one of America’s top business coaches.

I’m trailblazing for more women to speak on stages. I’m traveling with my husband of 25 years and it’s like we’re honeymooning again. I’m having the time of my life.

22.  Thank you so much for your time, Angel, in answering all these questions.  As you are a radio host, having interviewed over 3,500 guests, feel free to add your own questions and your own answers.

Thank YOU. It’s pretty powerful to see your entire world wrapped up in a story like this.

23.  Tell me about your “Make Your Big Impact” course at www.MakeYourBigImpact.com  How did you come up with the idea?

After both my radio shows were dropped, I took a couple days to find peace.

A door had closed, but I knew it was because an even better opportunity was waiting for me.

I need to re-write my bio for an event I had been invited to speak at.

The words “big impact” came to me, and I started writing my new digital course.

As soon as I started writing, it was flowing out of me like water. I wrote the entire course, recorded it, recorded an audio CD, re-wrote my speaking talk.

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Courses by Angel Tuccy

Media Headlines and PR Guidebook

4 Steps to Creating A Compelling Media Pitch

Media and Marketing Masterclass

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Everything started to click into place. The book, an eventual retreat, the course, my bio, and it felt amazing. I felt free. I felt like my inspiration had been bottled up inside of me for so long and was finally being released.

My new role is to help others make their big impact on the world. I help you craft your story in a way that attracts radio hosts, bloggers, and podcasters to invite you to speak on their programs.

I help you create a business model that uses the power of media to attract perfect clients to your sales funnel. Media is the most effective way to attract more qualified leads.

Being interviewed for a 4 to 40 minute radio interview is the best use of your time to reach the biggest audience. Many of my clients want to make an impact on hundreds, thousands, even millions of lives.

Being featured in the media is the best way to connect with that many people. (although, it took me over 2 hours to answer these questions)

24.  Who do you use for your autoresponder software (MailChimp, ConvertKit, OntraPort, Aweber, TrafficWave, or another service)?

I’ve used AllProWeb tools in the past. I have a dear friend who just recommended I switch to OntraPort. I also use MindMeMobile for text messaging, and Acuity Scheduling for my calendar app. My digital course is on Teachable.

25. Tell me about some of the people who have influenced you on your journey to becoming an entrepreneur, author, and speaker.

I have interviewed over 3500 guests, and read thousands of books. Every one of them has influenced me in one way or another.

That wraps up the interview with Angel Tuccy.  She is one amazing lady.  Thank you for the interview, Angel.

About Angel Tuccy
Angel Tuccy was once a shy bookworm who is now a bestselling author, inspirational leader and speaker, and advocate for small business.  Seeing her talk is both inspirational and motivational.  Find out more about Angel Tuccy, and how she can help you get inspired to write your book and then get on radio and TV programs in order to promote your book and your business, by visiting her websites below.

Turn your Passion into Profits with Angel Tuccy
Learn how to turn your passion into profits with Angel Tuccy. She has done it and she will show you how to do it, too. Do yourself a favor and check out the courses offered by Angel Tuccy. She offers a goldmine of valuable content that can help you identify your passion, turn it into a book, and then leverage your “authority” and “expertise” as a published author to get radio and TV interviews, creating opportunities for speaking engagements, more interviews, and future book deals. If a once “shy teen” can do it, so can you. Get started here.

Connect with Angel Tuccy
Connect with bestselling author, radio host, and inspirational leader and speaker Angel Tuccy. Visit the websites below to get started. (Take action now. Fortune favors the bold.)

www.MakeYourBigImpact.com

Angel Tuccy’s books at Amazon.com

https://twitter.com/angeltuccy

https://www.linkedin.com/in/angeltuccy/

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Courses by Angel Tuccy

www.MakeYourBigImpact.com

Media Headlines and PR Guidebook

4 Steps to Creating A Compelling Media Pitch

Media and Marketing Masterclass

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The Future of Storage: The Lendr App

It’s Time to Tell the Truth about the Storage Industry
According to this article at Bloomberg.com, the U.S. Storage Industry raked in $32.7 billion in revenues last year, more than Hollywood’s 2016 box office gross profits. In fact, the storage industry has grown so rapidly that Real Estate professionals, who specialize in commercial real estate, are opting to invest in storage facilities over retail business enterprises.

“The issue with retail is that everyone’s going online, so the brick and mortar stores are suffering,” explains Jay Meyers, a Real Estate expert and freelance writer. “You can even see this in New York City. Look at the Upper East Side and you’ll see deserted and soon to be deserted retail stores.”

As a former part-time real estate investor, I find it interesting to witness the metamorphosis currently underway. If New York City is the center of the world, as some people say, what happens here is a microcosm of what’s happening elsewhere in the United States of America.

Spending Billions to Store Junk
We have so much junk that we’re spending $32.7 billion dollars a year to store it all. That’s depressing to know that that-amount-of-money is being used to store items that, for the most part, we have little use for.

What I Saw as a Mover
Years ago, I worked at a moving company in Burlington, Vermont. Seeing firsthand the amount of stuff that people have that they do not use was a real wake up call for me. I remember going through my items at the end of the week and asking myself “do I really need this?” I went through a shift in my thinking. I sold and gave away my unnecessary possessions. I became a minimalist.

How Did I End Up with So Much Stuff
A few days ago, I considered the amount of items I’ve accumulated over the last two years. For a New Yorker, even a Brooklynite, it’s an enormous pile of stuff. How did I end up with so much stuff?

Ebay and Amazon: The Addiction of Shopping Online
Both Ebay and Amazon are completely addictive. I used both to buy things that I needed at the time. Ending up with a mountain of stuff … A chrome toaster from England, ordered from Amazon.com last year, when I ran an AirBnB out of my loft room. A chrome coffeemaker, vintage, I purchased from a thrift store near the Jefferson Street L stop, that I used to make delicious coffee for the AirBnB guests, and for myself. (This coffeemaker really boils the water!) The epic collection of clothes collected over the years, necessary for “different looks” on my journey as a BackGround (BG) actor aka “extra” for film and television. (Being a BG actor is a story in itself, and I have plans, some time in the future, to compile my experiences and publish them as a novella – “Extra Confidential” – confessions of a BackGround Actor in New York City). And a mountain of high quality shoes, carefully organized in a shelf constructed of milk crates. And more.

Realizing that I’m going to be looking for a new place to live and …

Concluding that I’m going to be selling or giving these items away, in order to make an easier transition to moving into a new place …

An idea popped into my head.

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An Idea for a New App
The Lendr app. Like “lender” but without the “e”. Lendr. LendR.

Here’s how the LendR app would work …

The LendR app would allow you to …

Lend items (clothes, electronics, furniture, etc) to friends and they hold the items for you. At some future point, when you have room for the items, you contact your friends, ask for the items, and they return the items to you.

In the meantime, while your friend is holding the items, he has permission to use the items as he wishes. He is not liable for the condition of the item. The agreement between the lender and the borrower is that the borrower (who is storing the item for you) would not be liable for the item in any way. (No liability or risk would be involved. As no money is changing hands, this is the agreement and the understanding between both parties.)

To join LendR …

You would log in with your email, your Google + account, your Twitter account, or your Facebook account, and sign up for a free account.

LendR “lenders” and “borrowers” would both have a rating score, allowing you to determine their trustworthiness, communication, reliability.

Ideas for LendR slogan

LendR
storage, reimagined

LendR
like storage, except free

LendR
fill the space

LendR
personal storage, free

LendR
for the space between us

LendR
the future of storage

LendR
storage redefined

LendR
friends with benefits closet space

LendR
shared closet space

LendR
you had me at closet space

LendR
closet space: the final frontier

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GIF created by illustrator/animator Lily Padula

The LendR App
That’s the LendR App idea. Let’s put it together, help people save money on storage fees, enable people to keep their favorite things at zero cost while simultaneously allowing their friends to use these things as well, and more. Interested in building this into a real app? Reach out to me at: bicycledays@yahoo.com or kriskemp@protonmail.com

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Use These 101 Profitable Headlines to Boost Your Conversion Rates by 78%

Is it possible to boost your *conversion rates by 78%?

(*Conversion – converting an indifferent prospect (cold lead) to a warm (eager-to-purchase) prospect who buys your product or service)

Yes, it is not only possible, it is probable.

It all starts with a headline–a statement that arouses curiosity or a call-to-action that demands an answer or both of these combined.

The well-crafted headline carries considerable weight, even in today’s digital age.

It “nags” you, sometimes “forces” you, to click the link to begin reading the story.

A well-written headline does a number of things. It employs emotion by using strong action verbs, often incorporating embedded commands. It incites curiosity. It uses contrast to tell a story. It creates open loops. Although it often blends a variety of techniques, the main objective is this: to capture the reader’s attention by offering a solution to a problem.
– Kris Kemp
KrisKempCreative.com


Use the headline-writing strategies on your …

email subject lines
landing pages
opt-in forms
blog posts
and anywhere else

to capture your reader’s attention and get them to …

read your article
watch your video
opt-in with their email,
buy  your product or service.

Use These 101 Profitable Headlines to Boost Your Conversion Rates by 78%

1.  who else
Who else wants checks to their mailbox every month?
Who else wants (benefit/result) to their (mailbox/inbox) every (time/day/week/month)?
Who else wants a flat stomach in 30 days?
Who else wants (benefit/result) in (time)?

2.  the secrets
5 Secrets your Travel Agent Doesn’t Want You to know about
(number) secrets your (speciality business person) doesn’t want you to know about
5 Secrets your Travel Agent Isn’t Telling you about Europe
(number) secrets (speciality business person) isn’t telling you about (place)
3 Secrets your Doctor Isn’t Telling You about Weight Loss
3 Things your  Realtor Isn’t Telling you about Buying Land

3.  reveals everything
Tony Robbins reveals everything about the power of persuasion.
(celebrity/specialist) reveals (everything/the truth/the dirty little secrets) about (topic/product/industry).
Tony Robbins reveals the dirty little secrets about the power of persuasion.
Celebrated author reveals the dirty truth about the publishing industry.

4.  If a college dropout
If a college dropout can do it, so can you.
If a (category of person) can do it, so can you.
If a (college dropout/homeless/15-year old/debt-ridden dishwasher) can do it, so can you
If a (category of person) can do (action), so can you
If a college dropout can flip houses, so can you
If a college dropout can build an online business, so can you
If a (category of person) can do (action), you can do it, too
If a college dropout can flip houses, you can do it, too
If a college dropout can learn how to make money online, you can do it, too

5.  the cry
This Diet Plan will make you cry
This (product/service) will make you (emotional reaction)
This Email Marketing Strategy will Shock you to the core
This Real Estate Investing Strategy will Shock You
This Simple Weight Loss Strategy will Change your Life

6.  I was surprised
I was surprised when I got/saw my first online payment
I was (emotional reaction) when I (verb) (result)
I was surprised when I got/saw my first online payment
I was shocked when I got/saw my first online payment
I was surprised when I saw the numbers on the scale

7.  blank don’t blank
________ , don’t ___________
(action verb) don’t (action verb)
Attract don’t chase
Sleep don’t stress
Relax don’t worry
Relax don’t overthink

8. blank eliminates blank
_______ eliminates _________
(noun) eliminates (noun)
Love eliminates fear
Action eliminates fear. © Carrie Snyder (This is her quotes, so if you want to use it, ask her first.)

9.  use blank and blank to blank
Use _______ and _______ to engage your audience
Use (this) and (this) to (action)(audience/group)
Use humor and curiosity to grow your email list
Use humor and curiosity to engage your email list

10.  blank is the only blank that matters
___________ is the only cologne that matters
(this product/service) is the only (category) that matters
Confidence is the only cologne that matters © Kris Kemp (feel free to use this for non-commercial purposes; otherwise, contact me at KrisKempCreative.com
Money/Wealth is the only Aphrodisiac that matters/works

11.  When it comes to ________, __________ counts
When it comes to safety ________ makes all the difference
When it comes to safety, quality makes all the difference.
When it comes to family, time counts.
When it comes to emergencies, seconds count

12.  the rethink 
It’s time to rethink social media marketing
It’s time to rethink (this industry, Facebook marketing, Google +)
It’s time to rethink trendy advertising strategies

13.  the I was
I was wrong about Google +
I was wrong about (this industry, website, marketing technique)
I was wrong about NetFlix and that’s Good for You
I was wrong about (this industry) and that’s (emotion) for you

14.  if you want 
If you want to lose weight, you need to quit eating this
If you want (result, desired outcome) you need to quit (action)

15.  how to make yourself
How to make yourself (characteristic, trait, result, desired outcome)
How to make yourself happy 
How to make yourself rich

16.  how to make yourself _______ in ________ days
How to make yourself (characteristic ,trait, result, desired outcome) in (number)(time period)
How to make yourself skinny in 30 days
How to make yourself rich in 30 days

17.  how to make yourself _______ in _______ days: a simple guide
How to make yourself skinny in 30 days: a simple guide
How to make yourself rich in 30 days: a simple guide
How to make yourself rich in 30 days:  a foolproof guide

18.  the introduce
Introducing Charles Paul, a Clothing Designer for the Distinctive Man
Introducing (new product, technology, service, brand), a (business, category) for (target audience)
Introducing The Hooked! CopyWriting System, a Marketing Strategy for 2018

19.  the when will
When will Donald Trump and Obama meet for Lunch?
When will (celebrity, brand, website) and (celebrity, brand, website) (verb) (result)
When will Google + get the Attention it Deserves?
When will Bill Gates sell Microsoft?

20.  is it true
Is it true that Donald Trump is quitting the presidency?
Is it true that (celebrity, website, brand) (action verb) (result)?
Is it true that Bill Gates is actually a robot?
Is it true that Steve Jobs is still alive?
Is it true that Bill Gates had a Mac Operating System installed into his brain?

21.  we’re from the future
We’re from the future, and we’ll show you how to get there © Kris Kemp
We’re from (place) and we’ll show you how to get (place)

22.  is this the future 
Is this the future of advertising?
Is this the future of (industry, brand, technology)
Is this the future of makeup?
Is this the future of social media?
Is this the future of marketing?
Is this the future of travel?
Is this the future of weight loss?

23.  is this the face
Is this the face of modeling for 2018?
Is this the face of (industry, brand) for (year)
Is this the face of social media for 2018?

24.  meet the face
Meet the face of modeling for 2018
meet the face of (industry) for (year)
Meet the face of advertising for 2018
Meet the new face of advertising for 2018

25.  don’t wanna do this anymore
I don’t wanna do marketing anymore: confessions of a burned out advertising exec
I don’t wanna do (action, industry)(anymore, ever again)
I don’t wanna do modeling anymore:  confessions of a burned out model

26.  I’m tired of
I’m tired of building websites
I’m tired of (action, industry)

27.  don’t be this guy
Don’t be this guy:  10 things not to do if you want to keep a girlfriend
Don’t be this (category of person) : (number) things (not to do, to do) (if you want) (desired outcome)

28.  how I learned to hate 
How I Learned to Hate Eating Meat: my true story
How I Learned (outcome, result): my true story

29.  confessions of a
Confessions of a professional model:  5 things you might want to know
Confessions of a (professional, amateur, part-time, full-time)(industry, profession) : (number) things you might want to know
Confessions of a NYC extra:  10 Things you might want to know

30.  my hands are
My hands are cold:  What does this mean?
My (body part) are (symptom, cold, hot, tingling) : what does this mean?
My fingers tingle:  What does this mean?

31.  how I got my
How I got my girlfriend back
How I got my (desired result, outcome)
How I got my girlfriend back:  a true story

32.  from ______ to ________
from fat to thin in 90 days:  what I did
from (former condition, previous physical/mental state) to (current condition, current physical/mental state, desired outcome) in (number) (time, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months) : what I did
from introvert to extrovert in 30 days:  what I did

33.  you don’t have to be
you don’t have to be (condition)
you don’t have to be fat
you don’t have to be poor
you don’t have to be lonely

34.  it’s time to tell you the truth
it’s time to tell you the truth about (industry)
it’s time to tell you the truth about email marketing
it’s time to tell you the truth about the beauty industry
it’s time to tell you the truth about getting white teeth
it’s time to tell you the truth about toothpaste

35.  spills the beans
well-known weight loss coach spills the beans 
(celebrity)(spills the beans, reveals the truth, tells all)

36. the most embarrassing thing I said 
the most embarrassing thing I said when on a date
the most (emotional) thing I said when on a/an (activity)
the most embarrassing interview I ever did

37.  funniest moments
(industry)(emotional) moments
Golf’s funniest moments: A 2018 Roundup
Newscasters Funniest Moments:  A 2018 Roundup

38.  caught on tape
Caught on Tape:  Donald Trump’s private meltdown
Caught on (tape, live TV, video, audio):  (celebrity, industry titan) (action)
Caught on Live TV:  NewsCasters Meltdown 
Caught on Video:  the moment one child slips into the Gorilla exhibit at the zoo

39.  the best of
The Best Quotes on Advertising for 2018
The best (quotes, lines, advice) on (industry) for (year)

40.  don’t be
Don’t be (first type, character, trait).  Be (type, character, trait).  Why no one cares about (first type, character, trait) anymore …
don’t be the nice guy.  be the bad boy.  why nice guys get overlooked and bad guys get looked over
Don’t be nice.  Be interesting.  Why no one cares about nice anymore. © Kris Kemp

41.  what I learned
What I learned from working at the Post Office for One Week
what I learned from (action) at the (industry) for (number)(hours, days, months)
what I learned from working as a substitute teacher for a month
what I learned from working as a fashion photographer’s assistant for a year
what I learned from working as a copywriter for a year

42. why being  
Why being snobby is so 90’s
Why being (character trait, personality type) is so (adjective)
Why being a slob is so 2000’s

43. why being blank is blank
Why being (description) is so (adjective)
Why being the perfect dresser is so 2010
Why being late is so 2010
Why being punctual is so 2015

44. the reinvention of 
the reinvention of (industry) : what happened in (year)
the reinvention of Facebook:  what happened in 2018

45. how being blank taught me blank
How being (action) taught me (result)
How being quiet taught me humility
How being an extrovert taught me to true happiness
How being an early riser taught me discipline

46. reinvent your
Reinvent your style for $25 a month
Reinvent your (category) for (number)(time period)
Reinvent your body for $25 a month
Reinvent your diet for $10 a week

47.  you won’t believe
You won’t believe what happened to Jim Carey on the last SNL
You won’t believe what happened to (celebrity) on (appearance)
You won’t believe what happened to Tom Cruise on the Today Show

48.  they laughed at him
They laughed at him.  They’re not laughing any more.
They laughed at Tom Cruise.  They’re not laughing any more.
They laughed when he said he’d lose weight.  They’re not laughing any more.

49.  what happened
What happened to Tom Cruise – surveillance videos are hard to believe
what happened to (celebrity) – (videos, pictures) are hard to believe 

50.  the unthinkable happened
The Unthinkable happened to me
The Unthinkable happened to (person in industry)
The Unthinkable happened to Tom Cruise – what he did about it

51.  the unbelievable transformation of 
The unbelievable transformation of Nicholas Cage:  From skinny kid to superstar celebrity
The unbelievable transformation of (well known person) from (former status) to (current status)

52.  from blank to blank
From poor to rich:  How I did it
From (former status) to (current status):  How I did it

53.  worst nightmares
Lottery Winners worst nightmares:  10 stories that will shock you
(industry category) worst nightmares: (number)(stories, videos) that will (shock you, hard to watch)

54.  secret fantasies
Secret Fantasies of Well-Known Actors: #10 will shock you
Secret Fantasies of (description)(industry):(number) will shock you
Secret Fantasies of Highly-Paid Writers
Secret Fantasies of Millionaire Lawyers

55. confessions of
Confessions of a (industry expert) : (number) you need to know
Confessions of an Airlines Pilot: 5 things you should know
Confessions of a Trial Lawyer: 5 things you should know

56.  it’s time
It’s time to talk about your Email Marketing
It’s time to (verb) about your (industry)

57.  I have to tell you the truth
I have to tell you the truth …

58.  I have to tell you the truth about 
I have to (verb) you the truth about (industry)
I have to tell you the truth about copywriting
I have to tell you the truth about healthy hair
I have to reveal the truth about the acting industry

59.  It’s time to reveal
It’s time to reveal the truth about (industry)
It’s time to reveal the truth about Email Marketing

60.  building the perfect
Building the perfect (industry, company, product, service)
Building the perfect Autoresponder Campaign
Building the perfect Autoresponder Campaign:  5 Things you need to know
Building a Landing Page that converts:  5 things you need to know
Building an Algorithm that Determines KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators)

61.  identifying the
Identifying the (descriptive term)(target market) for your (industry)
Identifying the perfect customer for your copywriting business
Identifying the perfect customer for high end menswear fashion

62.  3 things my
3 things my (person in position of authority) never told me about (condition)
3 things my dentist never told me about tooth decay
3 things my Dad never told me about women
3 things my barber never told me about conditioners

63.  how to (verb)
How to Keep in Shape like your Grandparents
how to (action, verb, desired result) like your (category of people)
How to Swing Dance like your Grandparents Did:  5 Easy Tricks

64.  5 things
5 things you never knew about (celebrity, authority figure)
5 things you never knew about Sylvester Stallone

65.  How __________ changed my life
How (action verb, doing this)  (once, twice, every) a (day, week, month) changed my life
How Waking up at 5am every day for a year changed my life
How Eating Vegan for 30 days changed my life 

66. Behind the scenes
Behind the scenes at (industry) : Prepare to be (emotional reaction)
Behind the scenes at a McDonald’s meat processing plant:  Prepare to be shocked

67.  5 reasons to 
5 reasons to (take action, verb, do something) that (authority figure) never told you about
5 reasons to exercise that your trainer never told you about
5 reasons to laugh every day that your doctor never told you about

68.  10 Signs you’re
10 Signs you’re (physical condition, emotional condition, financial status) than you (verb, think you are, realize)
10 Signs you’re Wealthier than you think you are / realize
10 Signs your Happier than you realize

69.  Strategies of the 
Strategies of the Super Rich:  Things you can do right now to bring money into your life
Strategies of the (desired outcome):  Things you can do now to bring (desired outcome) into your life
Strategies of Happy Couples:  Things you can do right now to Bring Love into your life

70.  Mistakes that
Mistakes that became Huge Successes
(negative) that became (positive)
These mistakes became huge successes:  true stories of movie accidents that resulted in box office success

71.  Weirdest Habits of the Rich & Famous
(descriptive term) habits of the (category of people)
Weirdest habits of Famous Actors:  #3 will make you laugh

72.  the _______ next door
The (category, industry) next door
The millionaire next door
The assassin next door

73.  Confessions of a ________ turned _________
Confessions of a (category) turned (category)
Confessions of a hitman turned priest
Confessions of a mailroom clerk turned CEO

74.  the best advice
the best advice I ever got from (category, industry)
The best advice I ever got from Elon Musk

75.  ______ your ______ with these ______ tips
Increase your productivity with these 5 tips
Double your income with these 5 tips

76.  Building the Perfect _______
(verb) the perfect (industry, category) : (number) you need to do right now
Building the Perfect Website: 5 things you need to do right now
Building the Perfect website: 5 tools you need right now
Building the perfect Instagram Page:  5 tools you need right now

77.  Building a _____ that ______
(verb) a (category) that (desired outcome, result) : 10 things/tools You need to do right now
Build a Landing Page that Converts: 10 things you need to do right now
Building an email marketing campaign that converts: 10 things you need to do right now
Building a business that makes $10k a month:  10 things you need to do right now

78.  Building a ______ that _____ : How I did it
(verb) a (category) that (desired outcome, result) : How I did it
Build a business that earns $10k a month:  How I did it

79.  Want ______ ?  Do this!
Want (desired outcome, result)? Do this!
Want love in your life?  Do this!
Want to earn an extra $5k a month?  Do this!
Want to build and audience and grow your profits? Do this!

80.  Is _____________ overrated?  10 __________ share their stories
Is (desired outcome, result) overrated?  10 (category with desired outcome) share their stories
Is being a millionaire overrated?  10 millionaires share their stories
Is being famous overrated?  10 celebrities share their stories
Is being a celebrated, published author overrated?  10 authors share their stories

81.  A day in the life of 
A day in the life of (target market celebrity, well-known person, authority figure)
A day in the life of Tony Robbins
A day in the life of Elon Musk
A day in the life of Oprah Winfrey

82.  Sick of _______ Do these
Sick of being tired?  Do these 3 things to get unlimited energy
(negative verb) of being (negative result)?  Do (number)(activity) to get (desired outcome, positive result)

83. 7 lessons
7 lessons I learned from working at McDonald’s
7 lessons (verb) from (verb)(industry, job category, name of store/company)
7 lessons I learned from working as a Copywriter

84.  Shortcuts to a 
shortcuts to a 6-figure salary:  5 entrepreneurs share their strategies
shortcuts to a (desired outcome, result) : (number) (industry professionals, successful people) share their strategies
shortcuts to a slim figure: 5 stay-at-home mom’s share their strategies
shortcuts to a successful Instagram page:  5 influencers share their strategies
shortcuts to a successful email marketing campaign: 5 creatives share their strategies
shortcuts to healthy and shiny hair: 5 hair models share their strategies
shortcuts to a 5-figure online monthly income: 5 entrepreneurs share their best strategies

85.  Why I’ll never
Why I’ll never eat at McDonald’s again:  A former employee spills the beans
Why I’ll never (action)(industry, profession) again: A former employee (spills the beans, reveals the truth, tells all)
Why I’ll never see a chiropractor again:  A former athlete spills the beans

86.  Confessions of a 
Confessions of a NYC extra: Everything You need to Know about working full-time as an extra in NYC
Confessions of a (industry, profession) : everything you need to know about (industry, profession)
Confessions of a NYC extra: 10 Things you need to know about working as an extra in NYC
Confession of a NYC model: 10 Things the industry doesn’t want you to know about
Confessions of a Celebrity Hairstylist:  Hilarious stories that are hard to believe

87.  From a 
From (negative circumstance) to (positive circumstance) : How I learned to (verb)(positive outcome, desired result)
From homeless to CEO at Wells Fargo: How I Learned to Rise Above my circumstances

88.  Is really good
Is orange juice really good for you?  5 former orange juice drinkers share their stories
Is (product, condition, activity) really good for you?
Is working out really good for you?  5 gym members share their stories
Is being an introvert good for you?  5 introverts share their stories

89.  Double your
Double your profits with this one secret trick
(Action verb) your (result, desired outcome) with this (number)(trick, hack, shortcut)
Double your productivity with this one secret hack
Increase your productivity with this one secret hack
Double your dating with this one secret hack
Double your income with this one secret hack

90.  How I learned
How I Learned to Stop Eating Sugar:  3 Techniques I Used to Kick the Sugar Habit
How I Learned to stop (negative action): (number)(techniques, ways, steps, method, tricks) I used to kick (negative action)
How I Learned to Stop Being Codependent:  3 Valuable Techniques I Employed to Gain Perspective

91.  Everything you know about 
Everything you know about coffee is wrong:  3 Facts that will Amaze You
Everything you know about (subject, industry, topic) is wrong:  (number) facts that will (amaze, shock, horrify, astound) you

92.  Is this the End of 
Is this the End/Death of Facebook?  3 Social Media Marketing Titans Think So
Is this the End of (industry, topic, brand, category) : (number)(experts, industry titans, authority figures) think so
Is this the End of Traditional TV Advertising?  3 Million Dollar Advertising Agencies Think so

93.  10 Best for
10 Best Jobs for Introverts:  2018 Guide
(number) (description) (desired outcome) for (category of people) : (year) guide
5 Worst Jobs for Introverts:  2018 Guide
10 Best Jobs for SneakerHeads:  2018 Guide
5 Best Jobs for Camping Enthusiasts: 2018 Guid

94.  The opportunity
The Billion Dollar CryptoCurrency Opportunity No Ones Talking About
The (number, dollar amount) (brand, category, industry) opportunity (no one, everyone, most people) are (talking about, missing, ignoring, forgetting)

95.  The Secret
The Secret Life of Bill Gates
The Secret Life of (celebrity, authority figure, well-known person, industry titan)
The Secret Life of Bill Gates : Former Housekeeper Tells All
The secret life of (celebrity, authority figure, industry titan) : former (employee) tells all

96.  After watching
After watching this video, you’ll never want to eat meat again
After (watching, seeing) this video, you’ll never want to (action) again
After seeing this video, you’ll never eat sugar again
After watching this webinar, you’ll never spend money on paid traffic again

97. If you use
If you use _______ , you need to know the _________
If you use toothpaste, you need to know the truth/facts
If you use deodorant, you need to know the facts
If you use white sugar, you need to know the truth
If you use shampoo, you need to know the facts

98. 7 lessons
7 lessons I learned from working at ______________
7 lessons I learned from working at McDonald’s
7 lessons I learned from working as a college counsellor
7 things I learned working as a public school teacher

99. Use this one tip
Use this one tip to (desired outcome)(time)(action)
Use this one tip to lose weight fast
Use this one tip to boost testosterone fast
Use this one tip to get a flat stomach in 7 days
Use this one tip to stop hair loss immediately
Use this one tip to lose weight while you sleep
Use this one tip to boost your immune system while you sleep
Use this one tip to start lucid dreaming
Use this one tip to get clear skin fast

100. How Rich Do You Want to Be?
How (desired outcome) do you want to be?
How young-looking do you want to be? (diet plan, skin care product)
How skinny do you want to be? (diet plan)
How late do you want to sleep in until? (work from home course)

101. The Dark Side of ________
The Dark Side of (Celebrity, Famous Person, Political Figure, Industry Titan)
The Dark Side of Steven Colbert
The Dark Side of Lady Gaga
The Dark Side of Kim Kardashian

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The Power of Words
Use the power of words to tell a story, introduce drama, build tension, raise stakes, and take the reader on a journey.

Throughout the story (of your brand narrative) engage the reader on a deep psychological level …

Curiosity and Humor
Incite curiosity. Add humor.
These two ingredients act as powerful aphrodisiacs in the simmering stew of copywriting. Humor allows the reader, the prospect, to relax, offering an emotional recharge. Curiosity offers excitement, anticipation for “what will happens next” and keeps the reader invested emotionally, engaged in the outcome of the story. Both humor and curiosity keep the reader engaged, preparing him for what comes next …

Create Open Loops
“Open Loops” are the cliffhanger-type endings you see when watching an episodic series on NetFlix. By this point, you’re “drawn into the show”, you care about the characters because you empathize with them. You’re halfway through “the hero’s journey”. You’re invested emotionally. You “need to know what’s gonna happen next! “open loops” (cliffhanger endings, unresolved action, unfinished business).


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Use These Headlines to Make Money Online
Those are the headlines.  Use them in your headlines to double, triple, even quadruple your open rate. Use them in your opt-in forms to collect emails and build an audience. Then, offer them a product or service (high-paying affiliate). Once they make the purchase, you earn a commission.

You can also get these headlines here …

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email subject lines
landing pages
opt-in forms
blog posts
and anywhere else

to capture your reader’s attention and get them to …
read your article
watch your video
opt-in with their email,
buy  your product or service.

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Use Information Binging™ to Learn The Best Money Making Strategies Online

I Live in New York City
I’ll be honest with you. I live in New York City. Well, I live in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York, which is a borough of New York City, but this is considered New York City, since New York City proper consists of the 5 boroughs. Still, most people think of New York City as Manhattan. People here refer to Manhattan as The City.

Living in NYC Changes You
Living here changes you and shapes you, because The City is so full of possibilities and uncertainties. For that reason, and other reasons, most people who I know have more than one job. They juggle two-or-three jobs. Here, it’s a necessity. Because if one job collapses, you have other sources of income to rely on. That being said, a lot of my friends work online, blogging, building websites, doing social media advertising and promotion, retouching digital photos, etc.

Imagine Being a Digital Nomad
But what if we dump those three jobs and just work one job, being a blogger or online entrepreneur, or website developer, or ebook author, social media promoter, or a combination of these, that would allow us to only work from our laptop. Imagine the freedom of being a digital nomad. Being able to work from anywhere in the world. And your only necessary tool is a laptop, an internet connection, and the ability to follow a plan, a plan for making money online that works.

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Is it possible to earn money online in 2018
Is it possible to earn money online, in 2018? Is it possible to make enough money online to afford you a lifestyle that’s comfortable enough for you to be happy? In light of the fact that Google is changing the rules of the game by moving the boundaries for the goalpost with their shifting algorithms, with their sandboxing and de-indexing of popular YouTube channels deemed politically incorrect ever since they let the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) take the helm? Is it possible to make money online, despite 1984-like tactics being perpetrated by Google, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook? Is it possible to earn online revenue and work from the relative anonymity of your laptop? Is it possible? Yes.

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As long as you are willing to take action, to lose the obsessive distraction of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social media channels, and your willing to put your time into learning how others make money online in this current market, and you’re willing to follow their steps, it is possible.

understanding the current market

The Importance of Information Binging
If you want to make money online, I recommend that you embrace information binging™. Why am I trademarking information binging™? Because, as far as I know, I just made up that term, so I would like credit for it, and perhaps millions-of-dollars for it’s usage in other articles, blogs, books, videos, etc. Due to the ever constant changing playing-field that is the Google search engine, it is imperative that you information binge™ in order develop strategies for making money online.

What is information binging™?
Information Binging™: gorging on information, quickly and attentively, in order to understand the current marketplace and its future trends

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Understand the Current Marketplace
Make it a habit to follow, read, and watch videos that discuss the current status of search engines, social media platforms, economic trends, marketplace trends, and upcoming tech trends (Kickstarter is good place for this). This arsenal of knowledge will serve to bulwark your path to making money online. You will have an understanding of what lies ahead, enabling you to prepare for situations that others dismiss as unpredictable. You, however, have trained your senses, sharpened your skills, and honed your knowledge to see what’s coming.

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