Trounce your competition and get a real head start with my 51 helpful marketing ideas

This is all simple…

Did you know that “simple” is one of the magic words that increase readership?

(So is “magic”, come to think of it).

Well, I want to help you and your business – simple.

To do that I want to send you – for free – 51 helpful marketing ideas and a gift.

Each idea is simple to implement, costs very little or nothing at all to do, and each has been proven to increase response rates or sales – or both.

Please don’t take my word for it either. Stuart Streit is already receiving them and emailed me to say, “The thing that strikes me the most though is how simple your guidance is. By simple I mean easy, uncomplicated, not simple minded.”

My ideas and putting them to work for you are simple, and so are the results – you’ll simply be delighted!

I wager that if you just take three you think make sense and do actually try them, you’ll be delighted by what happens.

Getting them is simple.

If you want these 51 helpful marketing ideas then yes, you guessed, it’s simple.

All you have to do is tell me your name & email address.

I’ll then send you one new idea every few days. Giving you plenty of time to apply each and every one you want to.

Terry Taylor had only received a couple of ideas before he wrote, “Well by golly THANK YOU! I can tell from your two first tips that I’m gunna love your insight and knowledge!”

He’s not alone. Just look below for some of the other comments people have left once they started getting and using these ideas.

If, for any reason, you decide the ideas are not for you, you can unsubscribe and stop receiving them using the link I send you in every email.

A simple but hugely valuable gift.

If giving you my 51 ideas isn’t enough, I’d also like to give you a copy of “Scientific Advertising” by Claude Hopkins.

This book is blissfully short, easy to read and to the point, full of gems.

All the modern giants of advertising – particularly the U.S. Internet gurus – swear by this book. My old boss David Ogilvy claimed it changed his life, and “nobody should serve in any advertising function until they have read this book 5 times”.

Despite having been written in 1926, almost everything Hopkins says is as relevant today as it was then. A must-read for anybody serious about marketing or advertising.

When you start to receive my ideas, you’ll have your own copy too.

A simple summary.

The only thing you have to do is sign up.

I will then send you 51 helpful marketing ideas that will increase your response rates and sales.

You will also receive, with my compliments, a free copy of “Scientific Advertising” by Claude Hopkins.

If for any reason and at any time you decide my ideas are not for you, you can stop me sending them to you with a couple of clicks.

A simple question to close.

I want to send you my 51 helpful ideas. They will help your business. They’re free.

What can you possibly lose?

Sign up now and get started straight away – simple!

Best

Drayton,

P.S. This offer really is as simple as it sounds. I will send you, free, 51 helpful direct marketing ideas and a copy of “Scientific Advertising” by Claude Hopkins.

Here are some more comments from people who have received my Helpful Ideas:

“Thank you for your tips. Very helpful. Much better than 99% of all the newsletters out there.” – Krister Maxe

“Thank you. I am finding these emails both interesting and useful.” – Karen Eden

“Thoroughly enjoying the series of ideas.” – Simon Davies Lewis

“Thanks, this is all useful reading.” – Ian Bruce

“Another kind word: these helpful ideas are fantastic.” – Ken Jones

“Thought provoking as ever – keep em coming” – Matthew lloyd-Winder

“I am really enjoying your helpful ideas – very good. Just keep going and I might one day become really savvy at marketing.” – Victor Lamont

“Please do keep sending me your articles as often as possible, ’cause I read them with great interest.” – Mihai Victor Iliescu

“I love these ideas. Almost everyone, once read, is forwarded to at least one colleague and then filed for future reference.” – Mark Taylor

“Your messages are packed with a lot of truth! I can find a hundred and one thngs to improve my sales.” – Krypton Kho

“Fantastic series of very helpful ideas which I will continue to refer to and have shared with my colleagues” -Huw Williams

“Superb as usual.” – Marcus Brook

“Just a quick note to say thanks. I have been reading most of your mails and always find them at least thought provoking and some even very very helpful. So after receiving 41 I thought I should write back and congratulate you.” – Marcus Brook

“Thoroughly enjoying the Helpful Ideas” – Fiona King

“I make time to read them everyday & find them really useful.” – Tineka Bright

“Forwarding many and enjoying them very much.” – Simon Pitkin

“Thank you for this little piece of “business wisdom” – I loved it.” – Michael Huspenina

“Bloody wonderful and hugely entertaining to boot! Thank you for all this yet again.”Gerard Biriss

“They’ve been quite inspirational, and somehow every one seems to be relevant to a project or subject we’ve been discussing in the office.” – Stuart Wilks

“Marvellous…just what I needed to show some of my colleagues!” – Ian Hitt

“Love your helpful ideas and I make sure I read it everyday.” – Julian Stansmore

“I am so greatful for these ideas” – Razvan Tucaliuc

“All top stuff so far thanks.” – Mike Coleman

“Thanks for these emails…I do gobble them up with interest and reinforces what I’ve learnt from you at various courses over the years.” – David Phillips

“Enjoying the tips immensely so far. Well up to your usual high standard, nice mixture of humour, profundity, and good old common sense.” – Archie Clifford

“Nice series of hints and tips BTW” – Chris Wilson

“Keep up the flow – all good stuff in one way or another!” – David Innes

“Enjoying the tips – thank you.” – Sure Read

“Keep these coming – they’re refreshing.” – Tasmin Meddings

“The emails may be mind-numbing for you… but for me & I guess other recipients, they are a welcome stimulation. I value every one received. They are always relevant (and even in the first 7) there is often a poignancy to exactly what I’m working on / been thinking about. ” – Steven Taylor

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