If you are anything like me, especially before I had systems in place to help me, client work always took precedence. Client tasks came first. Client emails came first. Anything I need for my business to grow and become sustainable was pushed off until “tomorrow.” It seems to make sense though, right? They are paying …
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In ConvertKit, you can split test your subjects in every single broadcast. However, in sequences, you cannot. This has popped up before in my clients’ requests as well as around the web, including inside the ConvertKit Facebook group. I’m not sure about how other platforms handle it, but for ConvertKit, Nathan explains why this is …
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Maybe it is my need for neatness or my developer’s brain, but it really bugs me when I get an email and seeing “Hi Jason Resnick” as the salutation from a list that I’ve subscribed to. Being able to split a full name into a first name and last name shouldn’t be all that difficult. In …
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One of the mistakes that I didn’t do early on in my freelance career was to build an email list. Not having a list, or rather not spending some amount of effort into building one with high-quality emails, put me in a bad spot because I didn’t have any way to reach out to folks …
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There’s no shortage of “How to get clients?” posts and articles out there especially around lead generation. Some of it I’m not sold on because it’s a lot of smoke and mirrors which result in bad leads, if any at all. If there’s effort put in there are many others that do work. I’ve done …
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Do you want better clients? Tired of leads not panning out? Feel like you waste time with tire kickers? What are you doing in your marketing that drives these leads to you? Are you setting yourself apart through marketing? In a conversation I had with Justin Jackson (which is inside of Feast btw) he said …
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This is a question that I often get because I talk a lot about defining your ideal client in order to build recurring revenue in your business. To change the type of client you work with is hard. Maybe almost as hard as it is to have your dog answer the phone for you. In …
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You don’t necessarily have any goals other than you don’t want to work for “the man.” And that’s ok. However, if you don’t want to find yourself in 6 months or a year going back to “that man” then you should be thinking about how your plans are going to reach your goals. I’m going …
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As a freelancer, contractor, or full-time worker you’ve availed yourself to meet a deadline with a specific task at some point. Was the task fully completed to the expectation of the client and on time? I’m sure that you would say “yes” to this. In fact, I would venture a guess that you would definitively …
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