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They’ll beg to know how you’re able to write such…

Swashbuckling Sales Copy

Many emails ago on a laptop far far away…

A relative nobody from a small prairie town wrote Neil Patel a cold email that could “never work.”

He hired me anyway…

Other First-Ballot Hall Of Famers of Digital Marketing would join Mr. Patel in the years that followed.

Anik Singal, Joel Erway, and Arne Giske are among those who wander the streets with fattened wallets. Despite the fact I’ve never been the best option they could afford.

Have they regretted it?

Obviously I’m biased, but over 30 straight months with at least $1M in sales would suggest my work hasn’t been a total failure.

But it just as easily could have turned out differently…

As an agreeable introvert with zero sales chops, no portfolio, and a carefully curated portfolio of doubts and anxieties…

I Went Broke On 3 Continents Before
Finally Figuring Out How To Win A-List Clients…

And then make those clients millions of dollars with ads, emails, webinars, and other GTMN (“get the money now”) marketing copy.

Obviously, this didn’t happen over night.

Even the first time my words made over $1 million in a day I couldn’t help but wonder…

“What If This Was All A Fluke?”

So I kept avoiding networking events, conferences, meetups, and all that other “extrovert-y” marketing stuff…

And kept stacking wins in…

98 Niches.

So while I wouldn’t say “I’ve arrived” yet, I’d argue I’ve at least earned my title as The B-List copywriter with the A-List clients.

And if there’s one thing I’m certain of?

It’s that writing from the coffee houses of the world hasn’t always been easy. Or fun. But…

It’s ALWAYS been worth it.

Hence, I’d like to share with you my best ideas about “getting good and getting booked” as an agreeable introvert freelance copywriter.

Which is what this website is for.

I promise: It won’t always be easy or fun.

But I suspect that if you apply even a small number of these ideas to your business and your life, you’ll agree it’s worth it.

Whatcha say?

“I’m adequately persuaded. Take me to the site.”