I've gone through your proposal. And I have to admit...
You really do know your stuff and it's clear you're bringing a LOT to the table,
However, I'm sorry we can't bring you onboard at this time
But we'll keep in touch and whenever we have need for you,
We'll definitely reach out!
Just when you're so sure you have them wrapped around your fingers,
They slip away and you don't even know how to respond to a rejection message that makes you sick in your stomach
And it's sad to even say it...
Rejection messages are inevitable
We all get our fair dose...
Jesus, Mohammed, Gandhi, Satan, God, You, Me.. etc
And when you get messages like these...
It can be tempting to start thinking you're not good enough,
Or that you should start charging less (so your price doesn't scare Clients away...)
Don't do that.
When a rejection message is upon your soul...
Simply acknowledge and move on.
Your reply could be something to the effect of:
"Alright, thank you for your time"
Then move on to the next Client on your radar.
I wish I could tell you there's some secret marketing technique you can use to avoid getting rejection messages from soon-to-be Clients
Sadly, I don't know of any...
But what I can do, is show you how to become a Client Magnet
Clients come to you and not the other way round (where you're the one always reaching out and rejection messages are inevitable)
Many of my students working in the financial, health, and Ecommerce markets have Clients sending them DMs enquiring about their services
And 7 in 10 become paying Clients
Because when a Client reaches out to you
They come 80% presold
No need to try to persuade them that you have the chops
They already know or sense that you're good.
All you have to do is ask them questions or have them ask you questions
Then state your fees,
Sign an agreement (if need be)
And then work commences
The concept behind this is called in-bound Client Acquisition
Something my students are using to get paying Clients every month
If you're not part of my class of 2021 yet,
And you're struggling to get paying Clients consistently (Like at least, one new Client every month...)
And you could use some guidance in getting better paying Clients...
Even if you're not a Copywriter....
Like, whether you're a service provider, freelancer, coach or consultant or ...
Just someone who needs a regular flow of paying clients on a monthly basis
What you'll learn in section 4 of this training will be worth more to you than anything else you've ever tried with regards to getting clients
So if you're ready to work and reap the rewards (economic and financial) of implementing proven strategies that's working for me and my students ...
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