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Tammi Labrecque As my poor mailing list has heard ad nauseum since the fall: Soon! (I'm gonna trademark that. Soon™.) I had a lot of personal upheaval and a couple of…moreAs my poor mailing list has heard ad nauseum since the fall: Soon! (I'm gonna trademark that. Soon™.) I had a lot of personal upheaval and a couple of deaths in the family and ... well. No more excuses! But it won't be till April for sure, as I'm still clearing the decks here.

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“This guy was some kind of whack-job — women bored him, until he met one who told him no. Then he wanted her. No, wait, she thought. That’s not a whack-job. That’s pretty typical.”
Tammi Labrecque, One Hell of a Guy

“Remember the triad: open, click, reply. Get them to do at least one of those things every time you send them an email, and by the time they make it to your main list or start getting your regular campaigns, you’ll be several lengths out in front of the authors who don’t have your exceptional email game.”
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