Tag: email marketing

Marketing Tip: Maximize Your Inbox! (⬆️ Money ⬆️ Free Time)

November 27, 2018 0 Comments

  Raise your hand if you’re on like 50 or more email lists…   Right…so was I until about 9 months ago. That’s when I cut the ‘fat’ from my inbox and my writing, my funnels, and my REVENUES exploded!! Before you say ‘ok Brad I’ll get off a couple of email lists, adios!” Please […]

Continue Reading »

Part 3! Getting more and more and more leads!

October 20, 2016 0 Comments

Part 3 of my series draws to a close with the EASIEST part of getting more leads… C stands for Cascade!! Cascade…of TRAFFIC!! 🙂 Sorry that’s an awful C compared to my first two (Create & Convert) but I started with C and I’m forcing the final one 😉 I know what you’re thinking… Brad, traffic […]

Continue Reading »

Ten ways to freshen-up your email marketing by Jeff Rajeck of Econsultancy

October 18, 2016 0 Comments

Read entire article here: https://econsultancy.com/blog/68391-ten-ways-to-freshen-up-your-email-marketing/ For 10 years, email has remained at the top of the ROI charts in our annual Email Marketing Industry Census. Interestingly, though, email marketing budgets have hardly shifted in that time, remaining around 15% of overall spend. So, though it seems like email is working well, companies are not increasing […]

Continue Reading »

The Financial Market is its OWN NICHE!

May 11, 2016 0 Comments

There I sat, listening to how strategies from outside the financial niche ‘should’ work in the financial trading space. I experienced UTTER DESPAIR … REALLLLLY! This happened 2 weeks ago…but it’s not unique. You know how traders are like bass fish chasing the next shiny object…WE are like that sometimes with marketing gimmicks!! I’ve had […]

Continue Reading »

How to Generate Consistent Revenue (without selling your soul)

March 23, 2016 1 Comment

A question I get quite a lot is this… Brad…how do I generate consistent revenue?! The answers are simple, yet complex, so I’ll try to unpack them as best I can for you here today 🙂 First, let’s assume that you have an email list, a product (or the ability to create products) and a […]

Continue Reading »

Show Buttons
Hide Buttons