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How I Grew My Client Skool Group to $7K A Month.
Hey, Skoolers! I’m Alex and You all are not going to believe this, but I just pulled off the heist of the century. I’m talking Ocean’s Eleven level of genius. 🎲 Except, instead of robbing a casino, I robbed a Skool group. And instead of splitting the loot with a bunch of handsome actors, I kept it all for My Client. Don’t worry, it was all legal and ethical. 😉 But it was also insanely profitable. How profitable? Try $7.2K a month profitable. 💰 Sounds too good to be true, right? Well, it’s not. And I’m going to prove it to you. But first, let me tell you how it all began. It was a dark and stormy night… ⛈️ Just kidding. It was a sunny and pleasant afternoon. ☀️ I was browsing through Skool, looking for some new groups to join. That’s me. I’m always on the hunt for new opportunities and connections. 🕵️‍♂️ Anyway, I stumbled upon this group that caught my eye. It had a catchy name, a hot topic, and a decent number of members. It was about something I was passionate about and knew a lot about. I wish I could tell you what it was, but it’s top secret. But let’s just say it was something that a lot of people struggle with and are willing to pay Big Bucks for. You get the idea. So, I clicked on the join button and waited for approval. A few minutes later, I got in. But here’s where things got interesting - this gem of a group was a ghost town! It had all the vibe of a Monday morning meeting - silence so profound I could hear whispers of my name "Alexxxxx" Picture this: no one chatting, no one reacting, Just pure silence. I half-expected zombies to pop out! (Remember that Walking Dead episode when Rick Grimes woke up in the hospital? Yeah, it was that level of creepy.) But beneath that eerie silence, I sensed potential. I could feel it in my gut, like my sixth sense kicking in. So, I did what any copywriting maverick would do I slid into the group owner’s DMs, offering my help. At first, he was skeptical… He didn’t know who I was or what I wanted from him.
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@Jakub Malina Thanks a Lot, Jakub
Overcoming that "creative block" 🌟
You see, I used to struggle with coming up with new and original ideas for my content. I would stare at a blank screen for hours, feeling frustrated and hopeless I would try to force myself to write something, anything, but nothing would come out. I felt like I had lost my spark and my passion. I knew I had to do something about it. I couldn't let my creative block stop me from pursuing my dreams of building a profitable copy. So I decided to my research and learn from the best creators out there. I discovered some amazing tips and tricks that helped me break through my creative block and unleash my inner genius. Here are some of the things that worked for me: - I changed my environment. Sometimes, being in the same place for too long can make you feel bored and uninspired. So I decided to switch things up and work in different locations, such as coffee shops, libraries, parks, or even my car. This helped me get a fresh perspective and stimulate my senses. - Consume more related content. Instead of avoiding other content creators, I started to follow them and learn from them. I read books, blogs, articles, newsletters, podcasts, videos, and anything else that caught my interest. I didn't copy them, but I used them as inspiration and sources of information. I learned new things, discovered new angles, and expanded my horizons Also don't overdo this. - Played a bit more games. Yes, you heard me right. Games are not only fun, but they can also boost your creativity. They can challenge your mind, improve your problem-solving skills, and spark your imagination. - I collaborated with others. You see sometimes, two heads can be better than one. Working with other creators can be a great way to overcome your creative block. You can brainstorm ideas together, give each other feedback, support each other, and motivate each other. You can also learn from each other's strengths and weaknesses, and complement each other's skills. - I took breaks. This may sound counterintuitive, but taking breaks can actually help you be more creative just don't overdo or misuse this. When you work too hard or too long on something, you can burn out and lose your motivation.
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Hi Tiffany, I’m so proud of you for breaking through your writer’s block. You’ve done something that many writers dream of: Finding your voice. You know, I used to struggle with that too. I would sit in front of my typewriter for hours, trying to come up with a killer headline or a catchy hook. But nothing would come out. I felt like a dried-up sponge, squeezed of all its juice. But then I discovered a secret that changed everything for me. A secret that made me one of the most successful and sought-after copywriters in the world. A secret that I’m going to share with you right now. Are you ready for it? Here it is: I stole. That’s right. I stole ideas from other people. And not just any people, but the best people. The people who had proven themselves in the marketplace. The people who had written ads that sold millions of dollars worth of products and services. I didn’t just copy them word for word, of course. That would be plagiarism and illegal. No, I copied their strategies, their techniques, their methods. I copied their headlines, their subheads, their bullets, their guarantees, their offers. I copied everything that worked. And then I made it my own. Just kidding! Or am I? You’ll never know. But seriously, congrats on your achievement. You’re awesome and I love you.
Fake It Till You Make It as a Content Creator (With AI)
Hey Buddy, I know you’ve always wanted to be a content creator, but you have one tiny problem: you have nothing to say. Nothing that people care about. Nothing that solves their problems, entertains them, or educates them. But don’t fret, Buddy, I have a solution for you. It’s called AI. AI is the new buzzword that everyone is using to sound smart and cool. AI can do anything, from curing cancer to making toast. AI can even help you create content that doesn’t suck. All you need are these three AI tools that I found on the internet. They are super easy to use and totally free (for now). Here they are: Answer The Public: This tool will tell you what questions people are asking about your topic. You can use these questions to pretend that you know what you’re talking about and that you care about your audience. Chat GPT: This tool will generate some catchy headlines and hooks for your content. You can use these headlines and hooks to trick people into clicking on your content and wasting their time. InVideo: This tool will turn your content into stunning videos that capture attention. You can use these videos to dazzle people with flashy graphics and music and make them forget that your content has no substance. But Buddy, before you start using these tools, there’s one thing you need to do. You need to find your voice. Your voice is what makes you unique, what makes you stand out from the crowd, and what makes people want to listen to you. And how do you find your voice, Buddy? Well, it’s simple. Just write it down. Write it down in your own words, in your own style, in your own tone. Don’t worry about grammar, spelling, or formatting. Just write it down. Or better yet, just copy mine. I’m sure no one will notice. 😉 P.S. Don't mind my GIF 🙂. P.S.S. If you want more hilarious and engaging content from me, you better follow me ASAP. Or else. Just kidding. Or am I? Yes, I am. Or am I? No, I am. Or am I? OK, I’ll stop. BYE!
10 TikTok Hacks For Us Who Don't Dance
Hey, you want to know the 10 TikTok hacks for us who don’t dance? 🕺 Well, I'm sorry to break it to you, buddy. There is no such thing. 😱 You can’t hack your way out of this one, pal. You either bust a move or bust a hip. 💥 There’s no in-between. There’s no cheat code. There’s only you, the camera, and the harsh judgment of the internet. 😬 But since you’re here, and I’m feeling generous, here are some hacks that might help you avoid total social annihilation: 🙌 1. Use a filter that makes you look like a cartoon character. No one will notice your lame moves if they’re too busy wondering why you look like a rejected Pixar reject. 🤡 2. Pretend you’re lip-syncing to a song that has nothing to do with dancing. For example, try “Baby Shark” or “The Star-Spangled Banner”. Bonus points if you can cry on cue. 🦈🇺🇸 3. Wear a costume that covers most of your body. A giant panda suit, a dinosaur onesie, or a full-body banana costume are all great options. The more ridiculous, the better. 🐼🦖🍌 4. Do the opposite of what everyone else is doing. If they’re twerking, you’re knitting. If they’re knitting, you’re twerking. You’ll stand out from the crowd and look like a genius. 🧶🍑 5. Use props to distract from your lack of skills. A hula hoop, a jump rope, a pair of sunglasses, or a bottle of water can all add some flair to your performance. Just don’t drop them or spill them on yourself. 🪁🕶💦 6. Collaborate with someone who can actually dance. Let them do most of the work while you just nod your head and clap your hands. Or better yet, let them carry you around like a rag doll while you pretend to be asleep. 😴👏 7. Make funny faces at the camera. A goofy grin, a surprised expression, or a seductive wink can all make your viewers laugh and forget about your dancing. Just don’t overdo it or you’ll look like you’re having a stroke. 😂😮😉 8. Use hashtags that are relevant to your niche but not to dancing. For example, #bookworm, #catlover, #vegan, or #nerd. This way, you’ll attract followers who share your interests and won’t judge you for your moves. 📚😻🥦🤓
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@Mitchell Vaughan Thanks
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@Jonathan Santillan I'm glad you liked my copy, but I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble sleeping. It sounds like you need some tips from me! First of all, don't be so hard on yourself. Writing copy is not easy, especially when you have to deal with clients who don't appreciate your genius. Trust me, I know. I've been there. Second of all, maybe you should try some of my tricks to get a good night's sleep. Here are some of them: - Don't use your phone or computer before bed. They emit blue light that messes with your circadian rhythm and keeps you awake. Instead, read a book or listen to some music, - Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and spicy foods in the evening. They can interfere with your sleep quality and cause indigestion, heartburn, or nightmares. Trust me, you don't want to dream about being chased by a giant marshmallow man after eating a burrito. It's not fun. - Keep your bedroom cool, dark, and quiet. Use curtains, blinds, or an eye mask to block out any light. Use earplugs, a fan, or a white noise machine to drown out any noise. And set your thermostat to a comfortable temperature, preferably between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. You can also use a weighted blanket to feel cozy and secure. - Stick to a regular sleep schedule. Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. This will help your body clock get used to a consistent rhythm and make it easier for you to fall asleep and stay asleep. And don't forget to set an alarm, preferably with a pleasant sound that won't make you want to smash your phone. - Relax and unwind before bed. Do some yoga, meditation, or breathing exercises to calm your mind and body. You can also try aromatherapy with lavender, chamomile, or vanilla scents. Or you can do what I do and write some jokes, sketches, or scripts that make you laugh and release some endorphins. I hope these tips help you get some quality shut-eye and wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the world. Or at least ready to take on another day of work.
Happy New Month 😎
Hey, Skool pals. You did it! You survived another month of 2023. You’ve also made it to Monday, which is impressive, considering time is a flat circle these days. Seriously, what day is it? Who am I? Where are my pants? How was your weekend, BTW? Did you do anything fun or exciting? Like skydiving? Or solving world hunger? Or did you just veg out on the couch and watch Netflix like a normal human being? Don’t worry, I’m not judging. I’m just nosy. And bored. Because I spent my weekend slaving over a hot laptop, trying to finish a sales letter that’s due in 12 hours. Yeah, I know, I’m such a slacker. But hey, at least I have a job, right? Right? Anyway, I hope you’re all well and not infected. Love you all! P.S. Don't mind my GIF 🙂. P.S.S. If you want more hilarious and engaging content from me, you better follow me ASAP. Or else. Just kidding. Or am I? Yes, I am. Or am I? No, I am. Or am I? OK, I’ll stop. BYE!
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Alex Carmen
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Resurrected a “dead” list and made $1.07M in 64 days. 💀 Now... I help business leaders acquire customers out of their email list.

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