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What would you do if you woke up to an extra $18,502.03 today?

True story: 

After a particularly slow month in November for one of my clients (he doesn’t do a Black Friday or Cyber Monday sale, which means most of the promotional emails I send during this coveted sales period are affiliate promos, which do not count towards our company revenue… even though we do, in fact, still make some spare change when we do this), we’ve been absolutely crushing December. 

First, we had a new product launch which generated a humble $30,299.01 in sales. The kicker here is that we already sell a bunch of similar products. Sure, it has a slightly different USP than the similar products, but it’s largely the same product. 

Then, we decided to take our #1 best selling product of the year and turn it into a bundle, which included multiple bottles of said product with a hefty discount. 

(Lesson in there) 

The result from this? 

Well, it made $18,502.03 from the first two emails I sent. 

Best part?

We still have a few more days until this promo ends. And I expect this number to continue to climb higher as the deadline approaches.

Put two and two together and you get… 

A nice lil’ $48,801.04—in just the last two weeks. 

A number that will only rise before the end of the year (I’m writing this email on the 29th of December). 

And this doesn’t even include any other email we sent in the first half of the month. 

Imagine what your business would look like if you woke up to an extra $18,502.03 in your bank account today. 

After already waking up to a bank account that was $30,299.01 heavier last week. 

Alas, that’s the benefit of working with a professional like your humble narrator here.


Want to experience these absurd amounts of revenue hitting your bank account every time I hit “send?” 

Hit reply, and let’s chat. 


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