Recently, I had the chance to do some work with an internet "celebrity".
And I'm not just saying that to puff myself up.
She really is a bit of a star in certain internet marketing circles. Not so much the ol' skool direct-response world, but definitely among the younger generation.
She even spoke at TCCIRL.
And, she's one of the nicest, coolest people you're likely to meet.
One more note and then I'll share the testimonial she gave:
One of the questions I often hear (both verbalized and "between the lines") is:
"Tyler, you have a very specific and colorful voice. I'm not sure that voice matches my personality. How will that work if I hire you to write my emails?"
It's a great question. And one that I've done a lot of work to make right. Basically, here's the process:
1) A detailed questionnaire that helps me wrap my head around your voice, personality, business goals, market, product, and more and more...
2) A phone or zoom call (sometimes more than one) where I can ask you a ton more questions, hear how you naturally speak, get a lot of market intel, and, of course, record the call so I can listen back to it at least a few times...
After that, I tend to be able to "nail" your voice. Of course, the longer I write for a client, the more feedback they can give me, and the more I can sound like them.
Which is one of the reasons my ideal client wants daily emails written for the long run. Email campaigns are useful and valuable. But that daily contact is where the magic really happens and where be the most valuable.
Ok, enough of my nattering. I'll let Sage do the talking:
"Tyler brought the much-needed magic to the words we needed for our emails. When I popped open the fresh copy he wrote it was the best thing I read all week. His knack for immediately capturing the voice of our brand saved so much time. "
- Sage Polaris, Launch Strategist + Work Less, Scale More Mentor
If you'd like the same time-saving "magic" and "bestthing you read all week" "fresh copy", here's what to do:
1) Click the link below
2) Enter your information on the webpage
3) Wait for an email announcing I have an opening in my schedule
4) Respond to that email
It's that easy. And if you change your mind in the meantime, you can always opt-out of the waitlist. Easy peasy.
Here's the link: