Making Money in Your Home Town: The Secret Profit Machine That’s Hiding on Your Local Main Street

Jay White


Date: January 24th

Time: 3pm, Eastern Time

Topic: Local Clients/Autoresponders

Presenter: Jay White

In this can’t-miss session, Autoresponder Apprentice creator Jay White will reveal his specific step-by-step strategies for tapping into one of the least pursued (yet amazingly lucrative) autoresponder copywriting markets: the local business owner.

You can find a virtual goldmine of well-paying clients in the form local business owners from Mom and Pop shops to start-ups to mid-sized companies. You can easily earn a full-time income just by writing autoresponder and sales copy for them alone. In fact, just a few of these clients could keep you very busy for a long time to come! And Jay’s going to show you how to do it.

Inside Jay’s webinar you’ll discover…

–Why you should start tapping into the local market IMMEDIATELY

–Which types of local businesses to contact first (and which to steer clear from)

–How to make yourself an integral part of your client’s marketing plans

–Why you should NEVER stop at “just emails” (crucial to your success)

–How to instantly increase your fees with just one tweak of your strategy (this can mean HUGE profits)

Plus much more!

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Jay White

Jay White

After working as an award-winning radio copywriter and catalog writer, Jay White made the switch to autoresponder copy and is one of the most sought-after writers in the industry.

4 Comments

  • Don’t you think that mom & pop stores are the ones you should actually avoid? As you say they do most of the managing, sales, finance and marketing stuff on their own. Most of the time that’s because they have no money to outsource it or hire people.

    Most of the time you won’t get any recurring business from them as well because they’re, well, small and don’t advertise in many places, don’t have marketing campaigns they could spend much money on. They have little traffic on their websites or little email lists so you can’t even prove your point by doing a split test.

    Plus you hugely devalue your job if you’re doing it for free AND within 24 hours. If it’s free and takes little time then it’s not worth much, especially if it’s just writing a bunch of sentences, right? Even if you get some business this way, it would be most likely some $10 gigs due to low perceived value.

    That’s not worth wealthy webwriter’s time or efforts.

    • Hi Rafal,

      What you say is true for some small local business, but definitely not for all of them. This strategy isn’t for everyone, but some people really enjoy working in their local business market and build ongoing, repeat-business relationships that become very lucrative over time. It’s one of the great things about web writing… there are so many possibilities that everyone can find something they’ll love.

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