For fantasy obsessed copywriters (or anyone who loves a good story)
Future Sorcerers Guild Apprentice and fantasy obsessed copywriter Tyler Freeman sends me a dusty scroll of his own:
I figure if one fledgling apprentice has this question, there’s a chance you might be wondering much the same.
So, here’s exactly how the I run my dusty scrolls, and how you can avoid missing out on an issue.
– Inside The Sorcerers Guild, our “month” begins on the 13th.
– While I’m sipping my first cauldron of coffee on the morning of the 13th, I tie my most recent customer list and everything I’m included with the coming issue to my owl, and send it off to my Scribe.
– If your name is not on the list before I send off my owl, you will not receive the latest issue. Once the list is gone, it’s gone.
– So, in Tyler’s case, he has until sometime early morning PST on the 13th of October to join The Sorcerers Guild in time to receive the second issue.
Speaking of the second issue…
Here’s a little taste of what’s coming to all Guild members this month:
I’ve titled the second issue, How to Create a Low Stress Email-Based Business to Unlock Your First Level of Freedom and Fund Your Worldbuilding Adventures
Inside Volume Two of The Sorcerers Guild I’m going to share —
— The three moving parts you must nail down for any business venture to be successful
— Using examples as a cloud-less sky, I’m going to show you exactly how to ethically market your offers using the Godly gift of email
— How to differentiate between “flash in the pan” offers that capitalize on trends before fading into the darkness and offers that will stand the test of time
— The truth behind how often you need to email your list (just because I email you every day doesn’t mean it’s the only or best way)
And that’s just the beginning…
Maybe it’s the magic mushrooms I’ve been chewing on lately, or maybe I’m simply a stark raving mad wizard, but as a rare and shiny bonus, I’m including a training that will show you step-by-step how to find copywriting clients who are happy to pay you four-figures (or more) to write emails, autoresponders, and sales letters.
Whether you’re a fantasy obsessed copywriter like Tyler, or someone who simply enjoys actionable, tested advice delivered with a sprinkle of grand fantasy, then The Sorcerers Guild paper & ink newsletter will be right up your alley.
You can lock down your subscription (and the coming issue) here: