“Give Me 2 Minutes Of Your Time And I’ll Change Your Mind”

Posted on May 21, 2007. Filed under: Opt in email marketing |

Are you prepared?

Prepared to learn something that you didn’t even think about 5 minutes ago when it came to opt in email lists….

Well here it is.

Repetition.

write that word down.

You can get your message to sink into your readers mind by using that simple word.

Over and over.

Bringing your message to your readers.

But the trick to making it work like gang busters is through the use of another fine little word.

It’s REPHRASE.

By telling your message over and over from different points of view you can eventually get it to sink in.

I do it all the time.I’m actually doing it now with this message.

But don’t try to find the other messages this one is related too though.

Anyhow…

In your messages…create different points of view or different ways to rephrase what you’re saying so that it will sink in overtime.

Here’s a bonus for you.

I like to tell a message in a calm way without all the huff and puff.

Then I’ll revisit it later with an emotionally charged angle.

Same message different delivery.

Learn it.

Do it.

Profit from it.

That’s all for now.

Keir Smith

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