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Done For You Emails May 1st – 7th, 2017

[DFYE] 7th May 2017 “How to win referrals”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

How to win referrals
Four steps to Five stars
These are the four things every customer wants

Email Body Copy:

Do you know how to get referrals?

Most people will experience a move, a change in co-workers, or a change in job—or else their line of work depends on their getting good referrals.

William Rutherford has broken this mystery down into four simple steps.

Cover these four bases, and your clients will sing your praises to whoever they can get to listen:

– Show up on time.
– Do what you said.
– Finish what you start.
– Say “Thank you.”

In the professional world, that’s all people want.

Fail in any one of these areas, and no gimmick, creative flourish, or brown-nosing will save you.

Not only are these the habits that make the MTTB team so refreshing to work with, but our goal is to help you become this kind of person as well.

Whatever you do next—wherever you’re going—throw your lot in with us and become an e-business professional.

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[DFYE] 6th May 2017 “Here’s how MTTB celebrates Easter”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Here’s how MTTB celebrates Easter
MTTB celebrates Easter the RIGHT way
Do this… and never call in ‘fake-sick’ again

Email Body Copy:

Starting to work with MTTB is the perfect way to celebrate Easter season in the same vain as some of the major world religions.

Let’s be honest: eating chocolate eggs isn’t exactly ‘riddled with meaning.’

Jews celebrate the Passover by remembering their epic deliverance from slavery in Egypt.

Christians celebrate Easter by remembering the resurrection of their founder, Jesus, who frees his followers from ‘serving death’ by virtue of his resurrection.

Adherents to both religions find themselves grateful that God ‘knocked off’ their old boss and gave them a better one instead.

Although MTTB is unaffiliated with any major world religion, it certainly jives with one of the main themes:

Screw bad bosses—give us more life-giving work!

Imagine next Easter, when you can make this holiday more meaningful by celebrating your one-year anniversary of freedom from a boss who didn’t have your best interests in mind.

(And, there’s even better news: You won’t have to call in a false excuse to get the next day off work. It’s cool.)

We hope you’ll join us.

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[DFYE] 5th May 2017 “I had no idea the biggest Easter egg was THAT big!”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

I had no idea the biggest Easter egg was THAT big!
It’s JUST a bunny. JUST a bunny.
Learn the skills it takes to start a major national holiday

Email Body Copy:

Following Halloween, Easter is the second-highest selling candy holiday in America. According to the National Confectioners Association, over 16 billion jelly beans are made each year.

The largest Easter egg ever made was over 25 feet high, out of over four tons of chocolate and marshmallow.

Before you say, “Man, America is weird,” I want to get to the more interesting stuff.

Popular culture is full of debates over the origin of Easter symbols like rabbits, eggs, and parades.

Some people read Christian symbolism—fertility and new life?—into these symbols, and others maintain that these simply come from German folklore.

At the end of the day, holidays are branding battles.

Christians want people to associate the symbols used to celebrate their holiday with the religious reasons for the holiday. Other communities want to separate the symbols from their possible religious meanings.

Branding is hard work, but there’s a science to it.

Whether you have a cause you want to fight for…
Or you want to learn how to write effective sales material…
Or simply want to make good money in brand management…

We’d love to get you there. There is no more effective training on the market than MTTB.

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[DFYE] 4th May 2017 “This is the BEST metaphor for the Internet…”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

This is the BEST metaphor for the Internet…
And they are wearing way too much AXE
Two ways to stop getting bombarded by ads

Email Body Copy:

The Internet is a small apartment stuffed full of teenagers in business suits trying to get your attention.

They want you to start a free trial of this, half off your first box of that, three months free of … you get the picture.

And it can be a headache. A damn headache.

The reason it’s a headache is because we know that at least some of the things being advertised are good, even good for us.

But they can be annoying when they’re all smirking and winking at the same time.

Fact is, there are only two ways to get rid of the headache:
1. Never open your computer or walk outside.
2. Become content.

When you’re content, really content, the ads have no allure. When you are focused, fixed, and devoted in one direction, other ads look silly.

But when ads are alluring… it’s a sign that you want something that you don’t have.

And when you come across an ad like that, there are only two healthy ways to respond:
1. Unsubscribe.
2. Take it seriously.

Let me level with you.

If these emails don’t speak to something in you, unsubscribe. If they do, we need to talk.

Unless one of those two things happens, you’re going to perpetuate the headache that comes from being bombarded by ads.

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[DFYE] 3rd May 2017 “Salina is a firecracker of Ecuadorian pride”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Salina is a firecracker of Ecuadorian pride
I don’t know why she doesn’t say something!
What would it take to convince Salina that she can do it?

Email Body Copy:

Salina is a live firecracker of Ecuadorian pride, with immaculate self-control.

She works at a bakery the next town over with the most obnoxious, young supervisor.

He’s less than half her age, and has less than half of her integrity.

According to Salina, he …
– doesn’t allow his employees bathroom breaks
– flirts with the younger girls and virtually ignores the older employees
– talks disparagingly about the older employees as if their quietness was a sign of indifference

The store’s franchise structure prevents her from registering a complaint that could be enforced against him.

And she doesn’t feel she’s in a position to find a new job. She says,

“I can’t find anything that works with my schedule to drive my boy to school in the mornings, and I don’t have the experience to get anything that pays better than a service job, so I think I’m stuck here.”

What do you think it takes to convince someone full of such fire and integrity that they have what it takes to make a better life for themselves?

That would make a great conversation—let’s talk about MTTB.

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[DFYE] 2nd May 2017 “Lauren has two problems, and there’s one solution”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

Lauren has two problems, and there’s one solution
Why Lauren doesn’t feel safe walking outside at night
Two problems money DOES solve

Email Body Copy:

Lauren lives with her boyfriend and brother in Arizona, and she would like two things very much:

1. To get married.

But she and her long-time boyfriend have just finished expensive master’s degrees and their combined teaching salaries aren’t quite enough to fund a wedding.

2. To feel safe walking at night.

Her ideal living situation already isn’t ideal, but it isn’t even safe.

Their house has been broken into not once, but twice this past year. Because they can’t afford to move, they did the next most effective thing: adopt two big dogs.

She has her eyes set on a neighborhood 15 minutes west that they can’t quite afford to rent this year. She thinks that in a year or two, if she gets a promotion, they’ll be able to swing it.

But they might have to choose between a better neighborhood and getting married.

Money doesn’t solve all problems, but it solves some.

I wish, for Lauren’s sake, that she had a job that …
– Allows them to live wherever they can afford
– Has no income ceiling
– Allows her to work at night, and enjoy the outside during the day
– Gives her a chance to make money at night and on the weekends, to supplement her day job.

Which 2-3 problems could a job like this solve for you?



[DFYE] 1st May 2017 “James is worries he overdressed”

3 Possible Subject Lines (Pick One):

James is worries he overdressed
What James needs to do to break into the professional world
How to break out of novice-hood

Email Body Copy:

His clients were in t-shirts and jeans, but James was wearing a suit.

He is worried he over-dressed, and he’s worried about a few other things, too.

James just met with the co-owners of a wedding photography business in California, his first marketing consultancy client.

“I want to do a good job for them, but I don’t think they know how little I know about marketing.”

James is, by all counts, a novice. Still, he’s already made several major changes to the young business’ brand, expanded and integrated their web presence, and is hard at work making sure ‘the right people’ find them.

The business owners are paying $40/hour, and they are blown away by his work.

Here’s why.

James may be a novice, but he’s learned the one lesson he needed to break into the professional world:

Effective marketing isn’t magic; it’s a science.

Join James and hundreds of other novices today by using MTTB. Our 21-step, mentor-led toolkit is all that you need to start making ‘hand-over-fist’ money, and fast.

What’s stopping you?

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