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I’d love to have you as a subscriber to my blog!  There’s a few different ways we can connect – here’s the summary.

Complimentary access to the Blogger’s Toolbox (and my email newsletter)

This is the best way to keep in touch. I’ll send out regular emails which will include a summary of my recent blog articles as well as additional comments about the projects I’m working on. I’ll also send out subscriber-only emails that will include additional content or resources that I won’t share on the blog.

As part of your subscription, I’ll give you a complimentary access to the Blogger’s Toolbox.

What is the Blogger’s Toolbox? The Blogger’s Toolbox is a special Member’s Only section of my site where I shareBlogger's Toolkit exclusive content and resources.  At the moment you’ll get access to a copy of the e-book ‘Scientific Advertising’ by Claude Hopkins. This is one of the all-time great books on advertising and, whilst it’s old, contains valuable truths that are just as relevant to the internet marketing world today as they were to Claude Hopkins’ world when he wrote it.

You’ll also get access to the Blogger Business Plan guide to Twitter – a great e-book full of ideas for getting the most out of Twitter.

I’ve just added some notes from John Caples book ‘Tested Advertising Methods’. Learn 29 attention getting headlines and more!

New stuff is added all the time!

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