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Irresistible Offers: How to Write Amazing Copy (Even if You Hate Copywriting)

You have the product, the target audience, the offer... But the key tool to selling is still missing. The tool is: words

In the previous episode of our Irresisitible Offers podcast series, you learned how to create different offers for the same product and pick the best one.

In the final episode of the Irresistible Offers series, we'll discover how to find those magic works for presenting your offers that will make people take their credit cards out. 

Stay tuned and you'll also find out to how you can win $100 USD!

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Irresistible Offers: One Offer To Rule Them All

Having an amazing product is great. But if your offer is not good enough, your business will never really take off.

In the previous episode of our Irresisitible Offers podcast series, you could learn how to avoid general offers and find the right niche you should sell to. 

In today's episode, we'll show you the next step: we'll talk about how to start creating different offers for the same product, and pick the best one out of them.

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Irresistible Offers: Why Advertising to Fewer People Will Get You More Customers

How good is your offer? What do you offer to visitors on your website, in exchange for their attention, time and money?

How good that offer is can make or break a business. A bad offer is almost impossible to move, even if your marketing and copywriting are excellent. With a good offer, on the other hand, getting traffic, sales and loyal customers is almost effortless.

But what exactly is a good offer? With this episode, we're starting our newest podcast series at ActiveGrowth which is all about irresisitible offers (and how to create them).

We've seen countless offers - from dreadful to amazing - and in this episode we tackle the first set of problems you must avoid in order to create truly great offers.

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To Learn Faster, You Need to Quit Learning so Much…

There's something magical about dance. When I was a kid, I could spend hours in front of the TV watching world-class dancers effortlessly glide over the dance floor with smile on their face and pride in their eyes. That's how I want to feel! I decided to learn to dance and was counting the hours until the first lesson.

The lesson started - and it wasn't easy or freeing at all. 

When we watch experts do something with ease, we often don't even realize how hard that skill actually is until we try. In fact, pros found it just as hard at the beginning as we did - the difference is that they sticked to mastering that one skill for months, years or even decades. They focused on a single skill and got the result.

The tricky part in being an entrepreneur is that there are way more than just one skill that you have to be really good at if you want to succeed. But how do you build these skills fast, without getting overwhelmed by all these areas you want to master? 

In this week's episode, we're revealing the two things that can help you make better progress. 

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Stealing Done Right – When Copying from Other Businesses is a Good Idea

We all know successful, inspiring people we look up to. And sometimes, we want to be just like them. 

What's their secret? Can we be just as successful as they are if we copy what they do? 

Yes and no. 

While following someone's example and getting inspired by their actions may be a good thing, copying them without filtering can hurt your business. Take it too far and your customers will lose trust and find you unethical.

How to follow someone else's example without crossing the line and still remaining ethical, original and authentic? And how to know what ideas are worth stealing - and what's just a waste of time?

In the newest episode of the ActiveGrowth podcast, we're answering these questions. Listen in!

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Procrastination by Perfectionism: is this Common Habit Killing Your Business?

You know you're not lazy. You're a hardworking entrenpreneur pursuing your goals. You just need to finish a few things first, before you can go live. It's just that your product is not quite ready yet...

If that's how you feel, you're not alone. Most entrepreneurs would tell you they haven't launched their product / service / website yet, because they feel like it's not complete yet. It's just not good enough.

In fact, perfectionism is probably the most common reasons among entrepreneurs for not shipping. But remember: your job is to ship.

In the latest episode of the ActiveGrowth podcast, we're discussing why perfectionism is standing in the way not just of your business but also of growing your skills.

As always, we filled this episode with practical, actionable advice that you can start following right after listening to us! 

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“Just Do It” Doesn’t Fix Procrastination – Here’s What Really Works

I will launch the product, but I need a good logo first...

I can't publish my book yet, there are so many things I want to change...

I'm going to start selling my e-course, but first I need the perfect design..

Do you ever catch yourself saying this? Putting off a project because you feel like so many things are missing? 

You're not alone.

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Visualizing Your Success Will Make You Fail Harder

Do you ever catch yourself staring out of your window, getting dragged away by thinking about your future life? You visualize the successful empire you're going to build, the fame and recognition, the infinity pool in your villa's backyard, the private jet you're going to fly your loved ones to the Bahamas every Christmas...

Wake up! 

While having these pictures in your mind is highly satisfiying, getting carried away by these daydreams is actually hurting your progress big time. 

If you're one of those who often end up daydreaming about the future, stay tuned: our newest podcast episode is the treatment.

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Should You Follow Money or Follow Your Passion?

Follow your passion! Dare to believe in your dreams! You can do it!!

Sound familiar? The areas of entrepreneurship and personal development/motivational stuff and intertwined and "follow your passion" is run-of-the-mill advice in both.

But is it actually good advice or is it just another example of guru bullshit?

In my experience, it's bad advice and the "follow your passion" crowd usually don't last long as entrepreneurs.

So, you should be a hard hitter and chase the money, right? Coffee is for closers and all that.

Well, chasing the money is also a pretty reliable way to fail at the startup game...

So, what exactly is the right approach? Check out today's video to find out...

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