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Podcast: Daniel Throssell

By Sep 3, 2021 September 14th, 2021 No Comments

Daniel Throssell is a talented copywriter with a great sense of humour. He is the copywriter behind several 7-8 figure promos and the launch funnel for the bestselling book in Australian history. He is also the creator of the Parallel Welcome Sequence.

 

In today’s episode, Daniel talks about his copywriting business, his love for biographies, and his passion for religion. Learn how Daniel is able to come up with amazing email sequences while still staying true to his own voice. 

 

“It’s okay to be not right for everyone” — Daniel Throssell

Some topics that were discussed include:

 

  • Daniel’s experience with UK weather
  • How Daniel incorporates his voice into his copy
  • Daniel’s first inspiration in writing
  • The Parallel Welcome Sequence
  • How Daniel designed his sales pages
  • What influences Daniel’s way of thinking?
  • Daniel’s passion for studying languages
  • How Daniel deals with life’s setbacks
  • Daniel’s book recommendations

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