Fastest Way To Become A Niche Authority?

What do you think is the quickest way to become an authority in your niche?

Well, as you may know…

I’ve written many books over the years.

From my best-seller FU Money to my latest book Unlock It.

There’s something special about writing a book for your marketplace.

So in this week’s newsletter, you’ll discover why I believe you should become an author, how to make it happen…

And if you’re already an author, we’ll also talk about what I believe are the 3 biggest challenges authors face and how to overcome them.

So, let’s get started.

Why You Should Become an Author

When clients ask me for advice on how to grow their businesses, other than formulating a marketing plan…

Very often, I suggest they write a book.


Because if you take the first 6 words of AUTHORITY, you get the word AUTHOR.

I firmly believe if you want to become an authority in your niche, other than starting a blog or a Youtube channel, writing a book is one of the best ways to do it.

Not only can you sell your book on Amazon, but you can also give it away as a lead magnet or set up a “free plus shipping” offer to get people to spend their first $1 with you.

How To Become An Author and Write Your First Book

It’s simpler to write a book and get it published these days.

You no longer need to find a publishing house to work with, as you can self-publish and put the book on Amazon very easily.

With that said, there’s still a lot that goes into a book, irrespective of the writing, so here are 7 things to think about.

1. Create a writing space and acquire your writing tools

Create a space that’s as inspiring and as free of distractions as possible.

Back in the day people used typewriters, but in this day and age, you’ll naturally use a computer.

You can also set up a Google doc and speak into your microphone if you dislike typing, and the document will transcribe your words.

This isn’t a perfect solution however, as it always requires you to fix words or phrases that aren’t clear.

2. Choose your BIG idea

Your idea MUST BE BIG.

The market is a wash with books, so if your idea isn’t big, use that idea for a social media post or a blog article.

3. Create your book’s outline

Break your big idea into as many chapters as you need.

You may like to break the chapters up into smaller segments as well.

This serves two purposes.

It gives you a clear picture of how the book will flow, and it breaks up this huge project into smaller pieces you can complete day by day.

4. Research

Your next step is to conduct your research to ensure your book is unlike anything else out there.

You really want to set your book aside from others in the same niche.

Can you provide a controversial perspective?

Can you go above and beyond the common info on your topic?

Can you provide a counter-intuitive solution to common problems?

5. Commit to a writing schedule

I know you’re busy, but make sure you can commit to a small amount of time each day, preferably at the same time every day.

If you find yourself getting too busy to complete your allotted time, even if you write for just 10-15 minutes, that’s better than not doing it all.

Skipping one day could turn into two, which could turn into three, and before long you’re way past your deadline.

6. NEVER edit as you write

When you’re in creativity mode you use your right brain.

On the flipside, when you edit you’re using your left brain.

Switching between the two is tempting but it’s counterproductive.

You want to get all your thoughts out without interruption.

Once you’re done writing, you can go back and edit to your heart’s content.

Make sure you wait a whole day before you begin editing and ensure you’re ruthless with your editing as well.

7. The Middle is always the hardest part to write

Half way through your book you may begin to experience self-doubt and wonder if you can pull this off at all.

If your outline is solid, then you’ll know your book will be too.

So, stay the course and never give up!

3 Common Challenges Authors Face and How To Overcome Them

I’ve narrowed the common challenges to 3 big ones, and if you eliminate these, it should allow you to be highly productive, eliminate overwork, and reduce stress.

The first challenge is “writer’s block”

No doubt, you’ve heard of this problem before, and I wrote it in quotations because I don’t believe in writer’s block.

Writer’s block is really a symptom of lack of research.

If you’ve ever sat down to write about something and thought “how do I start… what should I write?”

Then you simply haven’t done enough research.

Assuming you’ve worked through the 7 things I mentioned above, you’ll already have an outline for your book, the chapters, the topics you’ll discuss etc.

You’ll also have done all the research needed to bring your book to life…

So you’ll know exactly what you’re going to write about.

The second challenge is doing too much research

Yes, there is such a thing as too much research. 

So how do you know when enough is enough?

Your goal with your research is to find answers to as many questions you have about your big idea.

Anything you’re not sure of, you need to find an answer for.

Anything you think your market will want to know, you need an answer for.

So, create a set of questions or a checklist of unknowns, and once you’ve got answers for all of them, you can stop researching.

The third challenge is distractions 

Whether it’s the internet, loud noises, your friends calling or something else, you need to eliminate all distractions.

If you’re distracted while you’re in flow, it can take 25 minutes to get back in flow.

Think of the phrase “death by a thousand cuts”.

One cut won’t do much. 

Heck, maybe even 200 cuts won’t do much, but after 1000 you’re dead.

The same goes for distractions.

One or two distractions here and there won’t do much, but if you’re constantly distracted, you’ll never get anything done.

Bonus Challenge

Here’s a bonus tip.

In copywriting the headline is the most important.

After the headline, the first line of body copy is the next most important and must compel them to read the second line and so on.

In a book, you want your first line to reel them in or you’ll lose them fast.

You can make your first line compelling by writing something that’s surprising and counter-intuitive. 

Maybe you write a dramatic statement that’s controversial, or puts them right in the middle of a story…

Something philosophical…

Or something poetic.

These are just a few ways you can capture their attention.

In Closing…

Writing a book isn’t easy. 

If it were, all your competitors would be authors.

That’s why it’s a great way to set yourself aside and cut through the noise.

I hope this newsletter has helped you begin planning for your first or next book.

Until next time… go high ticket,

Dan Lok.

P.S. – While being an authority in your niche is a huge advantage, if you’re not quite there yet, it doesn’t mean you can’t grow and scale your business and create the lifestyle you deserve.

On July 26th, we’ll run our next S.M.A.R.T. Challenge™.

It’s my 3 day business immersive that teaches you how to SCALE, SYSTEMIZE, and SUSTAIN your business through any economic climate.

You’ll get the exact business playbook I’ve used to generate over $100 million in my coaching/consulting business in just a few short years.

You’ll also get to meet hundreds of like-minded and high level business owners and expand your network.

Many have attended the challenge more than once, because they feel it’s that valuable and powerful.

So, click here to secure your seat and see what all the fuss is about >>

Speak For Free And Get Paid?

Many years ago when I first got started as a speaker…

I had people tell me things like…

“You’ve got to do free gigs for a few years, and build your reputation before you make big money as a speaker.”

And it’s true.

If you think of any famous speaker, they have a great reputation.

They’re well known, and they’re paid hundreds of thousands for a keynote speech.

But if you know me, you’ll know there was no way I was going to speak for free.

If I’m going to practice a 90 min speech and put in countless hours to make it as good as possible…

Then I want to be compensated for my time.

But I was a “nobody” at the time, so there was no way anyone would pay to see me speak.

That’s when I discovered the “speak for free” model, where you speak for free at a big event, and sell your products and services.

With this model, you give 50% of your earnings to the event organizer, but if you’re good enough, you can make 50k or 100K per speech or more.

Since starting as a speaker in my 20s, I’ve generated hundreds of millions of dollars in my career, and a big portion of that is because of my speaking skills.

The good thing is, when you’re a good platform closer, event organizers will jump at the chance to have you speak at their events, because you’ll help them recoup their event costs.

So, in this week’s newsletter, you’ll get actionable tips and strategies for building powerful and captivating public speaking and platform closing skills…

So the next time you’re speaking in front of an audience, you can capitalize on this opportunity, get more clients, and make more money at the same time.

Now, before we get started, I recommend you watch my TedX talk on the self-image >>

So you can refresh your mind on what a professional speaker looks and sounds like.

All done?

Great, let’s get started.

Why Your Sub-Communications Are VITAL On Stage

I’m almost certain you’ve heard your words are only 7% of everything you’re saying.

The other 93% is made up of body language (55%) and vocal tonality (38%).

When you’re closing on the phone and your prospect can’t see you, your vocal tone becomes 93% of what you’re saying.

But on stage you’ve got your body language to master as well.

So, what better way to learn effective body language tips than from a world public speaking champion >>

Next is vocal tonality, so here are…

5 Different Ways To Use Your Voice

There are countless different vocal tonalities you can use in conversation.

I’m sure you’re already aware of many of them…

And here are just a few…

Authoritative, caring, cheerful, coarse, conservative, conversational, casual, and dry.

When you’re closing on stage, you want to use authoritative, conversational, certain and confident vocal tones, and any others you feel will aid your presentation.

To illustrate just how important vocal tone is, click here to watch me demonstrate 5 different tonalities with my good friend Peng Joon >>

This video will help you with your sales calls as well, so it’s definitely worth your time.

How To Speak With Confidence

As I mentioned before, speaking with confidence is KEY in all public speeches, and it’s even more important when you’re selling from the stage.

The problem is we’ve learned unconscious habits throughout our life that we must train if we want to captivate people when we’re on stage.

This next tip follows on from the previous tip on vocal tonality.

If you want a quick way of sounding more certain and confident, don’t make a statement and sound like you’re asking a question.

Rather than attempt to explain how to do it here, this video provides a great explanation >>

When you watch the video above, you’ll also get 2 more tips for speaking with confidence which will greatly improve your presentations.

How To Captivate Your Audience

If you look at all the great speakers, you’ll see they all have a few things in common.

1. They’re givers not takers

Even though you’re selling something, whether it be an idea, or a product or service, you’re always giving.

You’re giving them a new perspective.

You’re giving them permission to take action on their dreams.

You’re giving them the opportunity of a better life, amongst other things.

Never forget this.

The audience will be completely captivated by your presentation if you’re adding value to their lives.

2. They’re authentic

Stand for something, believe in it 100%, and don’t be afraid to speak your mind.

There’s something very appealing about a genuine person…

As we can smell inauthenticity a mile away.

3. They’re great storytellers

As they say, “facts tell, but stories sell.”

Never make a point without telling a story and never tell a story without making a point.

Hone your storytelling skills and you’ll watch your income skyrocket over time.

This will help you in many other areas of your business, especially marketing and sales.

Secrets To Selling From The Stage

So let’s pretend you can do all of what I’ve mentioned so far.

What’s the next step?

How do you actually structure your presentation to sell from the stage?

Good question, and one that can’t be explained in one newsletter, let alone the rest of this one.

With that said, I don’t want to leave you empty handed.

So, in the next two videos, you’ll discover powerful tips for stage selling.

As usual, there are many things to do on stage as you sell.

So, click here to discover the a vital secret to stage selling >>

And click here for two important factors to consider in your presentation >>

In Closing…

When practicing your speech, you’ll want to work on your body language, vocal tone, and delivery.

I believe stage selling is a dying art, so if you can sell from the stage, you’re streets ahead of your competition.

If you’d like some of my help honing your public speaking skills, then you’ll love my training Public Speaking Secrets >>

This training will help you become the speaker you were born to be.

Until next time, go high ticket,

Dan Lok

P.S. – We’re less than a month away from our next S.M.A.R.T. Challenge™.

If you want to know how to sell more and scale your business in any economic climate, then you won’t want to miss this event, [Name].

You’ll get my entire business playbook responsible for over $100 million in sales in just a few short years.

You’ll get to surround yourself with other experts, speakers, trainers, coaches, and consultants, operating at the highest levels, and so much more.

For the full scoop on what will surely be an explosive 3 days together, click here >>

Not Paid What You’re Worth?

Coaching can be one of the most rewarding and lucrative businesses you could start…

But, as you may know, you can’t just be a coach, consultant, expert, or trainer, and make a lot of money.

Your business must be a HIGH TICKET business.

One HUGE problem I see many coaches and consultants face is they don’t know their worth.

As such, they give away free strategy or clarity calls…

And don’t charge enough.

So, in this week’s newsletter you’ll discover how to charge what you’re worth, so you can make more money, and give yourself and your family the lifestyle they deserve.

Why Free Strategy Session Don’t Work

I know a lot of the “gurus” out there swear by giving away free sessions…

And on the surface it makes sense.

If you give away a full session and coach someone to help them achieve part of their goals, they’d be crazy not to work with you long term and pay for your time, right?


In my experience, a high percentage of people who take you up on a free session do so because it’s free.

And if you want to hear a funny story of when I first started out doing marketing consulting for free, you’ll love this video >>

So what’s the best way to close new clients?

I shot you a quick video where you’ll discover:

  • Why free strategy sessions are BAD for positioning
  • Why it’s hard to balance how much value to give in each call
  • How to set up a filter to ensure you only speak with qualified prospects
  • My 4 step qualification process that makes the above filter work, and more!

Click here to check out the video >>

So you now know why free coaching or consulting is a bad idea, but that’s only half the battle.

Your next problem could be charging too little for your time.

So let’s talk about that.

3 Reasons Why Undercharging Hurts Your Coaching Business

In my opinion, high ticket pricing is the only way to run a business.


Because low ticket prices create all kinds of issues.

One HUGE problem is your ability to spend money on marketing and advertising.

If your fees are low, there’s no way you can outspend your competitors for clients.

And this is just the beginning.

Here are 3 other reasons why undercharging hurts your coaching business.

  1. A new client doesn’t add much to your bottom line.

    If you’re going after cheap clients with a low cost offer, you’ll likely see a big client turnover as they aren’t very committed.

    You’re constantly having to hunt for new clients but if your margins are low, one client doesn’t make much difference to your business.

    Versus, high ticket clients which could mean an extra few thousand to your business.
  2. Naturally, if one client doesn’t make a huge difference to your business, you need far more clients to make 6 figures.

    Rather than 20 $5K clients to make $100K, you’ll need 200, $500 clients.

    Remember, Business is a game of margins not volume.
  3. The less they pay, the less committed they are, as I mentioned above, but they also value you and your expertise less.

    Versus, high ticket clients who are committed and truly value your time, expertise, and what you have to offer.

    They know real results take time, and they’re not afraid to put in the work to get what they want.

For 2 more reasons why undercharging hurts your business, click here >>

How To Calculate What Your Time Is Worth

No matter how much you want to make per year, your time has a specific value.

If you don’t know what that number is, you’ll likely invest your valuable time into tasks that won’t take you closer to your goals.

Put another way, if you invest your time into a task so you can save $50 an hour, but your time must be worth $200 an hour…

Then you haven’t saved $50. You’ve lost $150, because you could have earned $200 and outsourced the task for $50.

So, if you want to calculate how much your time must be worth in order to hit your income goals…

Click here for a very powerful video on the value of time and charging what you’re worth >>

In the above video, you’ll also discover WHY you may not be charging what you’re worth and more.

How To Know Your Worth and Ask For It

As you saw in the last video, your goal should be to ask for as much as the market is willing to pay.

If your clients are getting value and a good return on investment, then they’ll have no problem paying you what you’re worth.

Price is only a problem in the absence of value.

That’s how I’ve been able to go from charging $5K an hour, to $10K, and now to $25K per hour.

Because they’re not paying for my time, they’re paying for the value I bring to the hour.

Here’s a short clip from High Ticket Mastery™  where I talk about charging what you’re worth and the two common reactions people have when you tell them your price >>

In Closing…

Stay away from free sessions…

Don’t undercharge…

Know what your time must be worth…

And always charge as high as the market is willing to pay

Until next time… go high ticket,

Dan Lok

P.S. – If you want to charge what you’re worth, then you won’t want to miss the S.M.A.R.T. Challenge™…

Where over 3 mindblowing days, you’ll get the exact blueprint I’ve used to sell over $100 million in coaching and consulting in just a few short years.

You’ll also surround yourself with hundreds of high level coaches, consultants, and experts, as you get my favorite strategies for SCALING, SYSTEMIZING, and SUSTAINING your business in any economic climate.

Everytime we run the challenge we step it up a notch, and if the last challenge is anything to go by, then this one will be a force to be reckoned with.

So, click here for the full scoop and secure your seat while you still can >>

You… A Powerful Public Speaker?

I’ll never forget how nervous I was…

It was high school English class, and in order to pass, I had to give a speech to the entire class.

Just the thought of doing this made me wish I was invisible to the world…

So, on the day of the speech, I skipped class to hide in the toilets.

The truth was, to most of my classmates, I was invisible.

I never put my hand up or spoke in class, due to the fear of saying something stupid.

After my teacher told me she couldn’t pass me if I didn’t present a speech, she also offered to help me write it.

So, I faced my fear and agreed.

It actually didn’t go too badly, and the best part… I was… I didn’t die!

This made me want to conquer my fear of speaking, and so I joined Toast Masters, so I could also improve my English and gain more confidence.

I remember how nervous I was speaking in front of the others in attendance.

As I felt I wasn’t a good speaker, I made sure I worked on it extra hard.

In fact, I was a member of two Toast Masters groups at one point, so I had double the speeches.

And do you want to know something funny?

After one of my speeches one day, a colleague said to me “Dan, you know you’re a natural speaker?”

I almost fell out of my chair.

“There’s nothing natural about what I do, trust me.” I replied.

And guess what else…

Out of all the people in my group who wanted to become professional speakers, I was the ONLY ONE to make it happen.

The kid from Hong Kong who spoke with a thick accent.

But that just goes to show the power of putting in the work.

So in this week’s newsletter, you’re going to get some of my best tips on improving your public speaking…

So you can turn yourself into the best public speaker you can be.

Even if you don’t plan on becoming a paid public speaker, this will help you in many areas of your life, especially at work.

After all, the better you are at public speaking, the more money you’ll make.

Why Public Speaking Is North America’s Biggest Fear

As you may know, public speaking is feared by almost every person on the planet.


There are many reasons…

They fear being judged or evaluated negatively by the audience.

This of course leads to shame, embarrassment, and failure.

Having bad past public speaking experiences also contribute to and confirm this fear, which can lead to a loss of confidence and even social anxiety.

So, there are many factors at play, and I deep dive into more of them here >>

How To Overcome The Fear Of Public Speaking

It’s likely you’re in a catch 22 situation.

Do you overcome your fear of public speaking before you get on stage next, or do you face your fear and get on stage to overcome it?

The truth is, it’s a bit of both.

Obviously, I’m a far better speaker today than I was way back when I started, because of all the hours I’ve put in.

But there were some very powerful mental tricks I did to overcome my fear of speaking in front of others.

In short they are focusing on your audience, visualization, and what I like to call the “power move”.

If you’d like a more in depth explanation, then I clear all this up for you here >>

How To Find Your Speaking Style

You may look at great public speakers like Tony Robbins, Oprah Winfrey, or Steve Jobs and think…

“They’re great, but that’s not really my style.”

I get you.

That’s why it’s important you find your own signature style.

The way I did this is by studying great public speakers and using some of their techniques and style in my speeches…

Then eventually, I took what worked for me and developed my own style from that.

One afternoon, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Forbes speaker Deborah Patel, where she shared some of her pro speaking tips to help you connect with your audience and create your own speaking style.

Click here to watch the short interview, I guarantee you’ll get a lot out of it >>

How To Hook Your Audience and Keep Them On The Edge of Their Seat

It doesn’t matter whether you’re speaking in front of a small group, doing an office presentation, or speaking to hundreds or even thousands of people…

There are things you can do to make your presentation fun, engaging, and memorable.

And the best part, you don’t have to be famous to hook your audience in.

In fact, no one will listen to a boring speech delivered by even the most famous person in the world.

So, in a moment you’ll get the chance to discover 7 of my most effective public speaking secrets.

These secrets, will help you:

  • Become unforgettable…
  • Let the audience know why they should listen to you…
  • Command their participation in a smooth way…
  • Be entertaining…
  • Set the right expectation and stop your audience thinking “I’ve heard of this before”
  • And much much more

So, click here for 7 public speaking secrets so effective, you’ll have you audience eating out of the palm of your hand >>

In closing…

Public speaking is one of the highest paid skills on the planet.


Because every event needs speakers, and if you can convey your message and get people to act on your presentation, you can literally print money from the stage.

When you combine closing and copywriting skills with public speaking skills, you’re in a league of your own.

So, if you’d like my help honing your public speaking skills, click here to check out my training Public Speaking Secrets >>

It’s a tiny investment but has the potential to have an immense impact on your life and financial future.

To your success,

Dan Lok

P.S. – It’s not often someone like me who’s spoken on stages all over the world reveals their most closely guarded secrets for giving phenomenal public speeches.

So, don’t miss your opportunity to grab Public Speaking Secrets while it’s fresh on your mind and take your speaking and income to brand new heights >>

Designing Stunning Kajabi Course Pages – Elevate Your Online Courses with Visually Engaging Pages

Welcome to our exploration of designing visually captivating Kajabi course pages, where we unlock the secrets to elevating your online courses and captivating your students with striking aesthetics…

Step 1: Accessing the Customization Dashboard 

To begin crafting your masterpiece, log in to your Kajabi account and navigate to the course you want to design. 

Click on the “Customize” option to access the customization dashboard, where the magic happens.

Step 2: Selecting Your Branding Elements 

A consistent brand presence is crucial for course recognition. Start by incorporating your brand’s colors, fonts, and logo into your course pages. 

Kajabi offers a variety of pre-set themes or the option to create your own custom theme to match your brand identity seamlessly.

Step 3: Crafting a Visually Appealing Layout 

Now comes the creative part! Design a layout that complements your course content and enhances the learning experience. 

Use eye-catching visuals and graphics that align with your course’s theme and resonate with your target audience.

Step 4: Organizing Content with Sections 

Organize your course content into sections to create a clear and logical flow. Each section should have a descriptive heading, guiding students through the different modules or topics in your course. 

This improves navigation and ensures that students can easily find what they’re looking for.

Step 5: Utilizing Multimedia Elements 

Enhance your course pages with multimedia elements to engage your students. Embed videos, audio files, and interactive elements like quizzes or surveys. 

These elements break the monotony of plain text and make learning enjoyable and interactive.

Step 6: Mobile Optimization 

In the mobile-centric world we live in, it’s crucial to optimize your course pages for mobile devices. 

With Kajabi’s responsive design, your pages will automatically adapt to different screen sizes, ensuring a seamless experience for students on smartphones and tablets.

Step 7: Testing and Tweaking 

Designing is an iterative process, and A/B testing is your ally. Experiment with different layouts, colors, and content arrangements to see what resonates best with your audience. 

Analyze the data and make data-driven decisions to refine and improve your course pages continually.

Step 8: Call-to-Action Placement 

Strategically place clear and compelling call-to-action buttons throughout your course pages. These buttons can direct students to enroll in your course, access additional resources, or subscribe to your email list. 

A well-placed call-to-action can significantly impact your conversion rates.


Congratulations! You’ve learned the step-by-step process of designing stunning Kajabi course pages that will leave your students impressed and engaged. 

Remember to incorporate your branding elements, create an appealing layout, and optimize for mobile devices. Don’t forget to experiment with A/B testing to fine-tune your pages and ensure they deliver a top-notch learning experience

As you embark on designing your captivating course pages, I invite you to join my FREE masterclass on “How to Get Paid for What You Know” and seize the opportunity to grab your FREE trial of Kajabi + $5,995.00 of FREE bonuses here

To your unstoppable success,

Dan Lok

The Ultimate Marketing Playbook…

As you may know attention is the new currency…

And as attention spans get shorter and shorter, this means is much harder to grab someone’s attention long enough to move them up your value ladder.

So, in this week’s newsletter, I’m going to give you 3 marketing tips across multiple marketing platforms to help you grab and hold attention so you can make more sales.

Let’s start with social media.

How Engage Your Audience With Social Media

While organic reach may not be what it was when these platforms started…

It’s still one of the best ways to get your message out there for free.

But just because social media is free, it doesn’t mean you should neglect it, or put in less effort.

Treat all your content as if you were paying for it.

Before posting, ask yourself, “Would I post this, if it cost me money to post?”

You’re building your reputation and giving your marketplace value, so put in the effort and make it as professional as possible.

There’s always room for growth if your content isn’t exactly where you want to be just yet. 

As I mentioned, your goal is to capture attention, so here is a video on how to write engaging captions >>

How To Capture Attention FAST With YouTube Ads

Have you ever wondered what makes a good YouTube ad?

Why do some ads make you want to stay until the end, while others prompt you to hit the skip button?

It’s all about the first 5 seconds.

If you don’t grab their attention before the ‘skip button’ becomes clickable, you’re done.

Here’s how you do it.

You must mention their potential to improve their life, using a certain secret, and hint at them doing it in a new way they’ve never heard of.

Here’s an example:

“WHAT?! There’s a way to date the woman of your dreams using the secret hallogen trick without using boring online dating apps or hitting the bars every weekend?”

Your aim is to say the hook in 5 seconds.

Now, there are many different types of hooks you could use, and this video does a great job of breaking down 3 of them >>

It’s part 1 of a 3 part Youtube ad hook video series, and I recommend you watch them all to get as many ideas as possible.

Facebook Ads 

Just like Youtube ads or any ad for that matter, your Facebook ad MUST grab the attention or the user will continue scrolling.

You do this by having an image that stands out, a solid headline, and great body copy.

We once used an upside down image in one of our Facebook ads that performed very well.

Ordinarily this would be easier said than done, unless you had this video as a guide >>

So, if you want to know how to write killer Facebook ads that convert like crazy, then watch the video above.

The best part?

You don’t need to be creative or have any copywriting experience.

All you have to do is follow the proven system in the video.

One Powerful Way Of Keeping Your Audience Engaged With Email

We used to send out a lot of emails, but over the years we’ve scaled our email marketing back to just one per week, as you may know.

Why did we do this?

Because we didn’t want to send you all pitch emails, which we did for a long time.

We wanted to give you more value and that’s why we send out one weekly newsletter with info, strategies, and tips to take you closer to your business goals.

But, if you have the scope to send emails more frequently, writing quick story emails about your business and life is one of the best ways to keep your audience engaged.

Why does this work so well?

Because, people value a good relationship and want to relate to others.

If your audience can see you’re just like them and experience similar challenges, even though you’re helping them with a specific area of their life, this humanizes you, and builds trust.

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FAIR WARNING: Be sure to tie the story into why you’re asking them to click on the call to action at the end of the email.

The story should give them a reason to click the link, so it could be a personal story about how you changed your life, or perhaps it’s a story about a client of yours who achieved amazing results with your program.

In conclusion, there are many ways to grab one’s attention and engage them in your content.

Don’t rely on any one way, but have a few irons in the fire so you can capture as much of your market as possible.

Until next time,

Go high ticket,

Dan Lok

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