[Email Challenge] The results are in…

A few days ago, I sent you a quick:

“I’ve had a brainfart… what do you think?”


I’d been thinking about creating a short “How to write emails that sell” challenge and… honestly?

I had no idea if you’d be interested or not, but your responses came in thick and fast…

I’ll take that as a big, fat “HELL YES!” then, shall I?

I’m excited to put this together.

I’ve been sketching it out over the weekend and am pretty sure I know what I’m going to include, but…

I want to make sure this is as useful as possible for you.

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One of the biggest mistakes business owners make is assuming they know what their audience wants and needs.


You might THINK your joggers are worshipped by mums because they make them feel sexy, but unless you actually TALK TO THEM (the mums, not the joggers)

… you’ll never know.

You might be surprised to discover the main attraction about your joggers is they’re the only brand that doesn’t look like joggers… so mums can enjoy comfy and cosy school runs… without feeling drab.

Or maybe you’ve cracked the “elastic code” and created a pair of joggers that don’t need inching up every five minutes so you don’t get arrested for indecent exposure.

Don’t assume.

Talk to your customers.


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So here’s me talking to you… to help make sure this challenge gives you the best possible results…

I’ve put together a magnificently fabulous survey.

(There are sans serif fonts, three colours, AND bolded text EVERYWHERE! I’ve gone all out)

Unless you’re shackled to a radiator with your hands behind your back, it’ll take you less than a minute to fill out.

There are only three questions and you don’t even have to answer them all.

Here’s a link to the super-quick – but magnificently fabulous – survey.

If you’re interested in learning how to write emails that sell (for FREE), click the link so I can make this as valuable as possible!



P.S. One other thing – this challenge is going to be free, but…

only the first time around.

Cards on the table – I’m not usually one for creating a suite of offers for the sake of it, but I’ve been hankering after a low-price, $7 offer for a while and feel a short email challenge could fit the bill.

So not only will you get it for nuffin’… by clicking the link below, you’ll be helping yourself get even better results!

Here’s another link to the survey.