Questions poured in last week about email.

This has definitely hit a nerve just like I expected it to.

Email is the glue that holds everything else together.  If you don’t get this right, you’ll find it tough to keep everything else moving in your online systems.

Autoresponder Alchemy is ready to release July 9th.  As you’ll soon see, this finally turns email into a simple paint-by-numbers approach for increased profits and sales…even without pitching.

Here’s the question from Paul…

“I notice that you give really good advice in all your emails, yet you are not always pitching something… Do you suggest sending daily emails if you’ve got something interesting to say? If so, how often should you pitch a sale in the emails.”

You’re correct.

I’m not always “pitching” something, but I do give you the opportunity to buy.

In fact, almost every email generates buyers…even the ones without a link in them.

You can watch them come in immediately after the emails go out.

Everyone hates being sold, but we love to buy.

It’s pretty rare where I don’t plug a link to one of my products or services.

There haven’t been links in last couple of emails, because I’m sharing and preparing for the launch of Autoresponder Alchemy next week.

As much as you may want it, you’re not able to buy till next week.

You don’t have to become a ‘used car salesman’ to create a fantastic internet lifestyle with email.

When someone pursues you, your natural inclination is to run the opposite direction.

Yes, you can make some sales with a constant aggressive pitch, but is that how you want to be seen in your marketplace?

You’re much better off becoming a ‘trusted adviser.’

Attract customers instead of repelling them.

Could this mean sending daily emails?  Definitely.

I don’t send daily broadcasts personally, but I do collect my emails and insert them back into almost daily autoresponder sequences.

Remember, I’m all about the Internet Lifestyle of freedom and independence.

One client recently told me he has 7 YEARS worth of autoresponders in his sequence.  That’s a new record as the next longest one has 3 years.

How often would I do a more aggressive pitch?  I’d suggest more like 10% to 20%.  Focus those when you have a strong limited time offer to motivate people off the fence today.

Just a few more days left until I tell all about becoming that trusted adviser in your market.

It’s a whole lot easier than you probably think…if you just follow a simple formula.

Terry Dean
Terry Dean

Terry Dean has been in full-time internet business since 1996 and has helped thousands of entrepreneurs get started online through his articles and products. He lives in Ocala, Florida with his wife and 2 dogs. Find out more about how his step-by-step courses can help you today.