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Ep26: John McIntyre and I talk email marketing, objections, and living the good life

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Today we talk with John McIntyre, a fellow email copywriter. First we begin discussing email marketing and take you deep into both of our processes for creating emails that sell on autopilot. Then we make a dramatic shift and get into a philosophical discussion about life, the addiction to money and why "constantly striving for higher revenue" is a unfulfilling way to live life for most people.

In this episode we discuss...

  • How to overcome objections using stories, case studies and more...
  • Why "tips, tricks and hacks" do NOT work...
  • Why templated systems don't work for most people...
  • Why segmentation is the key to better email results...
  • An epic discussion on why most entrepreneurs live un-fulfilled lives...

Resources Mentioned

 www.McMethod.com

The Millionaire Next Door (book)

Want To Work With Me?

Visit http://www.JeremyReeves.com or email me at Jeremy@JeremyReeves.com

Enjoy!

Transcript

Hey, guys. Welcome back to another episode of The Sales Funnel Mastery podcast. Today, I have a guest on the other line. His name is John McIntyre and he is a fellow marketer, he's an email copywriting specialist and basically, focuses on writing emails. I was actually on John's podcast a couple of weeks ago and when that goes live, I'll give you the link to my podcast.

So I thought that I would get him on my podcast and expose you guys to him and how he thinks. So instead doing one of the boring introduction that everybody does, I'm just going to let John tell you who he is and how he came to be and what he does and we'll take it from there.

Jeremy Reeves: So John, how are you?

John McIntyre: I'm doing good, Jeremy. How are you?

Jeremy: I apologize. I was just taking an extra (00:57). I'

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