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18 straight months of making $100k from email

I’ve been managing a transition of email softwares for one of my clients the past couple of months. We have a few minor things left to do before canceling our old service, Zaius (which was absolute dog shyt), for Klaviyo.

Well, one of the activities I’ve been doing is taking screenshots of our Zaius data.


Well, I’ve written $100k product launches, $50k+ single emails, and have a bunch of other “brag-worthy” screenshots from this software.

That’s one of the unfortunate aspects of clients switching email softwares on you:

You lose all your data and screenshots for specific campaigns.

Anywho, while I was doing this, I stumbled upon quite an impressive feat:

I’ve helped this client generate at least $100k in revenue from email alone for the past year and a half.

Not too shabby, eh?

Imagine if this happened in your business.

And you know what?

You’re one small email today away from making this more of a reality than it is now:

Hit reply, and let’s see if we’re a good fit for each other.

Now, don’t expect to come out of the gate making 100k per month via email if you’re doing nothing now.

This client didn’t start that way. In fact, he scoffed at the price I first quoted him (even though he happily pays more than 3x as much today).

This is our 3rd time switching email softwares, so I don’t have the exact numbers on hand, but when I first started working with him his business only made $80k total.

To go on and have 18 straight months of $100k per month from email alone didn't happen overnight (obviously).

There are a bunch of things we did in the 3 years since we started working together to today. Too much to go into inside a single email, tbh.

But I don’t want to leave you empty-handed, so I’ll leave you with the most important thing we did to create 18 straight months of at least $100k email revenue:


It ain’t sexy, but it works.


Book a call here if you wanna fast track your first $100k month from email (and the next 17 months after).


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