Dave Mis found his strength in writing emails and after almost 20 years of success in direct response internet marketing, he founded his agency The Email Experience.

Currently, The Email Experience has worked with large brands like ClickFunnels and Russell Brunson and has generated revenues worth over 7-figures. 

Today, we talk with Dave about his journey from building websites to becoming a world-class email copywriter. He gives us tips on how to improve email copy and also on how to find out what your strengths are.

 

“Everybody’s got their own little thing. You just have to find what works for you and then you just focus on that.” — Dave Miz

 

Some topics that were discussed include:

  • Dave’s experience with rebranding
  • Dave’s shift to writing for e-commerce
  • The future of info products
  • How to find out what your strengths are
  • Shorter emails versus longer emails
  • Tips to improve your emails
  • How to change perception and be more creative
  • How often Dave sends emails to his list
  • Dave’s book and movie recommendations
  • How to deal with life’s setbacks?

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Adil Amarsi is a world-class copywriter, marketing consultant, and conversion genius. Having spent the majority of his life in direct response advertising, Adil brings a unique look at business by using his blog as an extension to who he is in real life. Oh and he loves pizza :).

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