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- Print Length: 104 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1533181691
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- Publisher: Best Seller Publishing (May 15, 2016)
- Publication Date: May 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01FRDJTZG
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #400,004 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mostly it's a lot of hype for his prowess and success, which is fine to a point to prove his bon fides, but when he starts to get into the good stuff, it just turns into a ad to buy is techniques.
He gives you a glimpse of what he offers and that's all. Which again is fine, but there should have been some warning that this is long pitch to sign up for learning the good stuff.
Even if you're audience is not primarily information marketers, you stand to benefit enormously from what he teaches here.
That's why Daniel uses the term 'committed clicks'. He says you don't need to send people to a sales page, so much anymore, because email can do just as much heavy lifting. Then, after they click, a simple check out page is all you need.
But that wouldn't work without creating a real connection. And, just as Daniel points out, email marketing isn't so much about the size of your email list, it's about the quality, the substance. It's about the bond you forge with your subscribers. And when you do that right, you have, as he shows in several case studies, "a fellowship of eager fans who devour your emails and repeatedly buy your stuff…"
I also want to mention that, just like Daniel's emails, this book should be closely studied as an example of how to create your own lead generation magnet, so you can quickly build your email list... even if you're just starting from scratch.
So, this book really does double duty in showing you how to launch and grow your list driven business.
What Daniel teaches is definitely NOT just more of the same. Far from it! He teaches you how to make the sale, build the relationship, and generate determined clicks all in the email. His knowledge of copywriting is encyclopedic. If there is any downside, it is that much of his material is in-depth that it can be overwhelmed.
This book, however, is a quick read, but it will explain exactly what you need to learn to do in email. It will most likely change the way you think about email in your sales funnel.
While I am a fan of cutting through the fat that is found in many books that seems to only serve the purpose of increasing the word count, I believe this book cuts too much fat. I would like to have seen Daniel spend more time going into his back story. In the beginning of the book, Daniel talks about his early experience with internet marketing while still a full time employee. This part goes by pretty quickly. I would have liked to see more detail here especially since the title includes "Profit Diary". I was expecting a bit more back story.
Overall, I think the book could use greater detail and a slower pace. I felt I was struggling to keep up at certain points.
I'd still recommend this book because of the respect I have for Daniel. I hope to see more from him in the future.
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