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warning: don’t work with me if you like your products staying in stock

Quick little humblebrag for ya:

I wrote another mini launch series for my client in the supplement space. He’s introducing a few new herbal remedies to his store.

These products are on the cheaper in — clocking in at $20 a pop.

We sent out the first email today. And I plan on sending more emails next week promoting this offer.

Well, guess what happened when I told him that the rest of the launch emails are ready for review…

Here’s what he told me:

“we are flooded with orders for [redacted] products. I think we will run out …”

Oops, I did it again.

I just checked the stats, and this email generated $4,777.24, which ain’t too shabby for a $20 product. Also, I expect this number will rise over the next few days as more people read it.

Best part?

I haven’t even unleashed the juiciest stories and selling points yet. That comes next week (given we have enough product in stock to send more emails).

I’ll leave you with this:

Don’t hire me if you like having a bunch of products in your online store. Because my emails make it disappear quick-fast.

Wanna call me on my bluff?

Book a discovery call here and let’s see if we’re a good fit.


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