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Living on the east coast has its advantages for business.

But the weather isn’t always pretty.

Especially down south during hurricane season.  No matter where you
live down there, if you’re on the coast you always have the nagging
feeling that it’s just a matter of time before you get whacked by a
destructive hurricane.

Anyway, here’s why I bring this up:

Just like weather hurricanes… there are FINANCIAL hurricanes, too
— which can happen ANY time and (if history is any indication)
unleash miseries galore on the unprepared.

Here are some ways a friend once sent me to prepare for them.

And, if you’re really sharp, PROFIT from them:
1.  Multiple Income Streams

Having just one income stream is DANGEROUS right now.

If that’s you, then you could do worse than building a second (and
third) one as fast as humanly possible.

CarbonCopyPRO is a great option (if you qualify):

2.  Think Negatively

I’m talking about this wise old adage:

“Hope for the best, expect the worst.”

That may make some of the more “militant” positive thinking gurus
weep and gnash their teeth.  But it’s a great way to prepare
thyself for life’s curve balls.
3.  Stay Awake

Opportunities ABOUND right now.

If you’re awake (and sober), you’ll see them.
4.  Don’t Lean On Politicians

Pinning your fate to a politician (or party) is a bad idea.

It’s why so many people are broke.
5.  Know Your History

Many smart folks got rich in the last depression.  Find out what
they did, and then rinse, lather and repeat.

(Hint: They started a business!)
6.  Sharpen Your Skills

Negotiation “guru” Jim Camp said it best: “The more effective we
are, the more respected we are.”

Good deals often chase people who excel at what they do.

(And not the other way around.)
7.  Learn To Sell

Selling is the world’s HIGHEST paid profession.

Those good at it are always in demand.

However, let’s face it, selling isn’t for everyone.  So the next
best thing is to find a home based business that does all the
selling for you (like PRO, for example):


That’s it for today.

Tomorrow… something else.

Jay Kubassek
World leader in home business
training & development
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Email Gatekeeper

Think of this list as your gatekeeper

Email checker

 who checks the quality of your campaign. Each email you send has

to answer the gatekeeper’s questions before it’s let out of the gate.

So grab that message you’ve been working on. Wrestle with these questions. Make changes. Do what it

takes to make sure you’re satisfied on each point.

Along the way, consider the question, “Why would my subscribers be interested in reading this?” And see

if your emails prove themselves worthy of being let out of the gate.

1. Which of the following am I trying to accomplish with this email? Do I accomplish it?

• Strengthen my relationships with my existing subscribers

• Sell a product

• Collect new subscribers by giving my readers content they’ll want to forward

• Offer my readers new or exclusive information

• Drive traffic to my website

2. What action do I want my readers to take? Do I offer them too many choices? Do I give them a

reason to act right now?

3. Is my company or brand name included in my “From” line or subject line?

4. Is my subject line concise, compelling and straightforward?

5. Have I asked my subscribers to whitelist me to make sure they get my e-mails?

6. Does my first paragraph compel my readers to read the second?And the next?

7. Is my most important information “above the fold” in case readers don’t scroll down?

8. Is everything linked that should be linked? Product names, images? Do all of the links work?

9. If my message includes images, do I use the standard standard 60% to 40% text-to-image

ratio or the “F” viewing pattern? Does it make sense to do otherwise?

10. Have I included a plain text version for subscribers reading on a mobile device or with images

turned off?

11. How does the HTML version look with images off? Have I included an ALT image tag on each


12. When I choose to display the images, do they load correctly and quickly?

13. Does the message render properly in Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo, iPhone, Hotmail and Apple Mail?

14. Do personalization fields fill in correctly?

15. What is this message’s spam score? Is there anything I should change to lower it?

16. When is the best time to send this out? Are any days of the week or times of the day particularly

appropriate for the content here?

17. Do I want to send this to my whole list or just a segment of it?

18. Do I want to split test this message before I send it to the whole target audience?

19. Should I set this message to automatically post to my Facebook page or Twitter stream?

20. Have I proofread for typos?

Is everything right?

Congratulations! Your email is ready to send.

Run through this list for your next few emails, and you’ll find that you start checking for these things

automatically. Every once in a while, pull it out again to make sure you aren’t forgetting to ask any of these questions.

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