I (deservedly so, I might add) got some hate about a recent promotion I’m currently running.
For those of you who missed it last week, my initial email was not very clear.
And some homies didn’t like it.
Whether or not that was intended, very clever tactic to say the least.
Which is why I sent over a bonus to anyone who misunderstood me and had already signed up in the 5 or 6 hours since I sent the original email and then corrected it.
And also why I extended the deadline to next Friday. I want everybody to have a chance to sit in on the free webinar, see what kind of company you might trust to your email list, and then to ask any questions.
It wasn’t my intention to pull a switch ‘n bait (see what I did there, har har).
So, again — if you already signed up with the misunderstanding, hit reply to this email and I will take care of you. Gladly. Doubly true if you are one of my long time readers and customers.
Many of you have been with me through thick and thin.
And it’s funny how that works.
The point is this:
It’s easy to get caught up in the social media world. People bragging about screwing models and being millionaires on Twitter (easy to see through them). Facebook ads everywhere of people in their Lambos. Then I realize, the vast majority of my customers?
Never even interacted with them on those platforms. Email only. People spend tons and tons of time doing the social media thing. And sure, if you can build a few hundred thousand followers, it’s worth it.
But your biggest fans, customers, and the people you truly connect with?
It’s usually via email.
They are the silent majority and the backbone of your business.
Anyways, consider this my final “sorry” about the matter.
Ask my girlfriend how many times I’ve ever said that to her. The answer will be, “He doesn’t know that word around me…”
Time to wrap this up:
If you do want to sign up for Thrive Themes, I will personally install the theme for you, plus sit down for a 1-on-1 screenshare with you to explain everything I know.
Get Thrive here:
Keep causing Trouble,