They might think it's not for me. And where this originally came from, I have a course called Double Your Freelancing Rate and it helps any type of freelancer learn how to set up a sales system. One day I received an email from someone who said, “Hey, a friend of mine recommended this T-Shirt Design course to me, but it looks like it's T-Shirt Design for developers and designers. I am a writer, can this help me? And I was able to register the sale via email just saying, 'Yeah, that's by no means specific. It turns out that a lot of the first people who bought it were people like me who are developers and sometimes designers and stuff.
So what I realized is if she took the time to write, I T-Shirt Design mean there's probably other people who thought that and broke free. So what I was thinking was, well if I could just say that if you're a copywriter, you feel right at home. Show other writers who have benefited from this thing. Show T-Shirt Design language. Editors often use fees rather than rates. Designers use fee, developers used rate. I had all this kind of thing that I set up to realize that different people talk about the same thing differently. How you are paid. So just little things like that to make people feel more comfortable doing things like.
I have email courses that lead to sales pages. Joining the course T-Shirt Design by email, I ask them, what do you need this course by email to help you? What is the big problem you are struggling with right now? If they say "Oh, I'm having trouble writing or closing proposals" and they T-Shirt Design receive this course via email, then at the end,When they get to the paid product, the main focus of the headline in the foreground is to help them close more deals and how this course will help them do just that. Which is fundamentally different for someone who doesn't have this problem but wants to start assessing value. And both people, both needs can be solved with the same product, but people want to have a better signal-to-noise ratio.
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