I am a perfectionist. I prefer baking over cooking (1 cup this, exactly 3/4ths that). I have a key rack with a label for each roommate. My closet is color coded and I tested this very newsletter AT LEAST 5 times before hitting send, which is exactly why preselling seemed so scary and flat-out WRONG.
It's not. It's the best way to create a high-value product and charge more for it. Here's how.
Katie shares some pretty stellar photoshop tips and tricks that make the platform A LOT more accessible. Maybe she can even photoshop some abs for me?
The highs, the lows, emotions, jokes and even a Bilbo Baggins quote. This post takes you on an emotional journey saying the things out loud that most of us are too afraid to even admit to ourselves.
Be an industrious lil' MFer.
Who doesn't love printables?! It feels like someone is giving you school supplies: new workbooks, clean pages, fresh ink and child-like curiosity. Ok - I really love printables.
Kelsey makes this super simple. Go out and give your readers amazing content (and maybe collect an email or two in the process).
In defense of shaking it like a polaroid picture, this hilarious infographic shares the now-and-thens of design and is also awesome inspiration for your next infographic.
Don't tell me no one is interested in your course topic. Oh helllll no (sassy finger wave).
The kookiest writing tips I've ever heard, so bizarre they might even work i.e. lighting candles, writing in parks and not turning left.
Grab the bandages, these tips are unique, researched and make a lot of sense....AND they pointed out a few things I was doing wrong. An extremely helpful post for bringing stale landing pages back from the dead.
I mean, I'm probably not going to do that (I'm a sucker for nerdy marketing books), but this post is great nonetheless + it has a very strange cat picture.
I especially like the parts around "Add Value First, Sell Second" and his checklist for 8 rules of great content.