Postcard Hurdle Breaker Handbook Information
It’s your friend Jake “Bob Ross” here, and I’m publishing something today ONLY available to you, the members of my postcard community.
This is not a public launch, “lead magnet”, or any of that jazz. That’s why the sales page lacks any ludicrous copy or over-the-top graphics. I’m not trying to win affiliates over.
I’m just trying to win your attention.
If you’re doing (or plan to do) shared postcards, like 9×12 or M6, then this is the document you’ve been waiting for.
I’ve laid out the most pure , unadulterated information you need if you want to succeed in the postcard business. It’s a handbook that will be your pathway to postcard success.
With NO STRESS, as you’ll avoid all major hurdles.
You’ll instantly learn how to prevent virtually every problem, pitfall, hurdle, and emergency you’ll encounter in the shared postcard business.
Here’s what you’ll get in Postcard Hurdle Breaker Handbook
- Swiftly Avoid the #1 killer of cards that SO many marketers make
- Pitch With No Stress
- Close on-the-spot With Ease
- Look credible beyond belief
- “Rope” owners in without saying anything
- Smack deadlines in the face
- Sell ads on a whim
- Handle even the most emergency situations
- Scale to incredible degrees
- And also share secrets to:
- Getting TREMENDOUSLY high recurring advertiser rates
- Increasing response for your clients multiple times over
- Smacking the living daylights out of any competition
- And much more, packed into this forty-eight page “golden” document, called …
Bob Ross was a content marketer. In fact, he was arguably the most brilliantly successful content marketer in history. He wasn’t being paid by PBS to make his iconic broadcasts. He didn’t need to ask for a dime, because he’d created the show itself in order to build his own business – and throughout that decade on air, he was calmly and quietly crafting a $15 million art supplies empire ($30 million at today’s values). He became a multi-millionaire with hardly anybody realising that he was selling to them at all.
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