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Jan 26, 2021

We´re Live. Chuck is currently doing a second take on his product getting the new emails the 2nd go, it definitely showed improvement but there´s still room for improvement.

 

One of the main reasons the emails are not fully working is because they are not creating a sense of value. This is crucial in order to work, people need to have clear in their minds that there is a massive value that is worth way more than what they are spending.

 

This is marketing at its core and something that cannot be learned on bools, this is a task that needs repetition and constant improvement.

 

Thought of the week

 

John -” Client needs to be absolutely sure of the value that your product is representing”

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