Dear Frustrated Business Executive:
You’ve almost been had, haven’t you? Another marketer, no names mentioned to protect the guilty, has convinced you that the only way to grow your business is through his mega expensive $2,500 training program that’ll show you how to make ALL of your dreams come true simply by following his marketing advice.
He’s also convinced you that he’s the only one who can possibly show you “the way” with his fancy use of NLP mind control language patterns and videos filled with fancy graphics, sound effects and screen shots of gaudy results that seem to be real, but how do you really know for sure?
He’s also sprinkled in some hot buttons to throw salt in your already raw wound to push you to the brink of a nervous breakdown if you don’t get access to his latest course.
How do I know all of this? Because I’ve seen the videos and have fallen victim to some just like them in the past. To the tune of $12,537.42! (Don’t tell my girlfriend, but I quit counting once I hit that number to maintain peace … it’s actually much higher and she’d have an absolute fit if she knew the exact amount.)
Understand one thing … it’s not your fault that you almost fell for their routine either … some of those guys can be very convincing to the point it makes normal guys like you and me wonder why they’re not defending mass murderers and death row inmates to get them lesser sentences or (much worse) an early exit for “good behavior.” Let’s be glad they’re not using their awesome persuasion abilities for more sinister causes.
At least you were smart enough to avoid all the temptations to land here today because you’ll know you’re in the right place here in a moment.
Hi, my name is Roger Bauer. For the past six years plus, I’ve been helping small business owners just like you get more visibility through direct response marketing strategies that include, but are not limited to, search engine optimization (SEO), postcards, good old fashioned direct mail, automation, live events, social media, and quality content that positions you as a recognized expert in your field so you can charge top dollar and keep more of it in your pocket.
You see, I have not only been in your shoes, I’ve been in the marketer’s shoes, too so the weapons they have been using against you can now be used for you. How cool would that be? More on that in a second …
The primary reason for this letter to you today is to sound the warning bell about a disturbing trend I’ve noticed lately that is taking direct aim on your wallet and the stability of your business. It’s called the “shiny object syndrome,” and far too many business owners have been victimized by it.
Not a week goes by where the phone rings with a frazzled and frustrated executive on the other end starting into a song and dance about how “my products and services are of the highest quality but for whatever reason, I just can’t get the market’s attention enough to make sales consistently.”
If you, too have been looking for that elusive silver bullet, gold key, magic bean, secret sauce, genie in a bottle, Midas touch, divine intervention, etc. I have some good and bad news for you, and the bad news is going to sting a little so let’s get that out of the way because you deserve the truth.
None of those things exist so you can stop your quest to find them on the Internet right now. Seriously, stop spinning your wheels and yanking your hair out … it’s driving you and your closest friends and family crazy! Besides, how have all of those self-proclaimed “gurus” and their “magic beans” worked out for you thus far? Since you’re here today, that’s a clear indication that they haven’t produced the results you’re seeking.
Now for the good news … if you’re one of the rare few, and you’d be the rarest of the rarest if this truly describes you, there is hope ONLY IF you are a determined, disciplined, dedicated action taker. If you are the type that can take simple instructions and act upon them immediately, you’re going to be tickled pink by the time you get done reading this entire letter.
Stay with me because you’re probably thinking “I’ve heard this before, haven’t I?”