Member’s Update – December 6, 2019

Everyone Loves a Quickie

Someone said we humans now have a shorter attention span than a goldfish.

(It was said on the internet, so it must be true, right?)

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The Power of Headlines (Foul Play Suspected) – SCCMH [Podcast 47]

“The Power of Headlines (Foul Play Suspected)”

Jim and Stew Smith discuss
the importance of headlines with an amazing sub-conscious prop that Jim created
to grab your attention by “not” grabbing your attention. …

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Member’s Update – November 29, 2019

Promise Them Less Stress… They’ll Buy Like Crazy!

One of the main reasons people buy is to escape pain, either mental or physical pain.

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Weekly Update – November 27, 2019

A Note From Jim Getting Stuff Done With 4 puppies in the house (8 weeks old), I’ve been thrust back into the deep end of time management.  Whereas before I had all the time in the world, now my time is divided up into small chunks (mainly nap time). How I use those chunks of…

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What is Good Enough (with anything you produce) – SCCMH [Podcast 46]

“What is Good Enough (with anything you produce)”

Jim and Stew discuss What is Good Enough with business products, webpages, services, content. But always keep evolving as good enough today should be different from good enough 5 years ago. Check out how Jim and Stew handle the things that make us all human – typos, errors, mistakes, technology evolution, and much more…

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Customer Service Stories To Learn From – SCCMH [Podcast 45]

“Customer Service Stories To Learn From”

There is a fine line between doing too much customer service and just refunding people for their money. Learn where the line is. But also take customer service information as direct feedback on fixing something wrong with your product or buying process. Customer service is a double edged sword and can be helpful if you can take constructive criticism – it can also be painful if you take comments personally trying to please everyone….

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Lessons Learned from Recent Book Launch – SCCMH [Podcast 44]

“Lessons Learned from Recent Book Launch”

Jim and Stew discuss the recent book launch of Copywriting Secrets https://copywritingsecrets.com. Anything that you do in business, there should be a moment where you assess your performance, your team’s performance, and the performance of outsourced services. What can you do better? What went better than expected? What curve-balls occurred the required you to act fact with a contingency plan? What are the next steps and how can you avoid any issues already experienced with the initial launch? …

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Importance of FB Groups in Business – SCCMH [Podcast 43]

“Importance of FB Groups in Business”

Jim Edwards and Stew Smith discuss the importance of groups and how they can not just help you with sales, but be a source of positive vibes in your life and work. Having a place to seek answers / advice and share knowledge is what every self-employed entrepreneur needs. See more about Jim Edward’s Methods…

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To, Through, and After with Business – SCCMH [Podcast 42]

“To, Through, and After with Business”

Jim uses an idea of Stew’s for this podcast.

Stew Smith has a podcast segment called To, Through, and After where he interviews people about their military special ops journey – what they did before the military getting TO the training, getting THROUGH the training, and After the training as an active duty member.

Jim takes this concept and applies it to business and product / book / service launch…

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Selling ChatBots – Sell What It Does – Not What It Is – SCCMH [Podcast 41]

“Selling ChatBots – Sell What It Does – Not What It Is”

From the pages of the closed Facebook page, Jim and Stew discuss a question from a member who is looking for some advice on crafting a chatbot sales letter for my company that can be used as a direct, mailed sales letter and as a longer form cold email. Jim walks through a wizard to better sell what chatbots DO not what it IS….

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