The Email with an Open Rate of 100%

ant to see an email with a 100% open rate?

It's ... a FedEx Letter.

Email with open rate of 100 percent
Okay, I cheated. It's not an email.

But a FedEx Letter does have a 100% open rate.

And a FedEx Letter is a better answer to a better question.

Instead of asking, "How can I get more prospects to read my email?" ask yourself, "How can I get more prospects to read my message?"

Asking *that* question gives you more options -- and better answers.

If you want more prospects to read your emails, fine. You can probably hope for 20-30% to be opened and read on a good day.


But if you want more prospects to read your communications, send a FedEx Letter. It gets opened and read 100% of the time.

That's a 233-400% better response. Big difference.

But wait.

I can read your mind. You're thinking, "Kevin, you dumbass. Email is free! Besides, my prospects aren't worth enough money for FedEx."

Well, you need to ask yourself a better question than, "How can I send stuff for free?"

Instead, ask, "What can I sell so I can easily afford FedEx?"

That's a better question. It forces you to either raise your prices or create a new, premium product or service. And none of those is a bad thing.

So here's your takeaway: If you want better answers in your marketing -- and more new clients -- ask better questions. And better questions are often bigger questions.

Instead of, "How can I get more prospects to read my email?" ask "How can I get more prospects to read my message?"

Instead of, "How can I send stuff for free?" ask, "How can I afford to use FedEx?"

Asking better questions about your marketing costs you NOTHING. Yet the results can be HUGE.

And one more thing ...

If you own a real business -- you're not a "wantrepreneur" or part-timer -- there's a box of 11 Marketing Multipliers waiting to be shipped to you.

And if you try Marketing Multipliers today, I'll throw in a Special Report to help you raise your prices. Easily and painlessly. So you can afford to use FedEx and other more expensive marketing media.

It's called "The Instant Pay Raise." And it produced a surprise windfall for one photographer who hates to sell.

All he did was make one small change to how he asked people to buy ... and $8,000.00 in extra revenue poured in.

That's not a king's ransom, of course. But 8 grand from a 15-second change to your marketing ain't chicken feed.

Best part: This photographer has gone on to rake in even more money. And you can too.

You can get "The Instant Pay Raise" at no charge, as part of your Marketing Multipliers membership.

Zero. Zip. Zilch. Nada.

But only if you do it today, okay?

It's easy:

1) Simply click below to try Marketing Multipliers for free:

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2) Then email me to request "The Instant Pay Raise" Special Report.

Kevin Donlin

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