One-night-stands won’t make you money

What drives you wild?

For me, it’s stroking the insides of my elbows and the backs of my knees… 

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Create long-lasting, meaningful relationships with your customers and clients.


It’s not obvious. It’s not the kind of thing a one-night-stand would know.

Joe, though… he knows. We’ve been together for quite a few years now and he knows me very, very well.

He knows which of my many silly mugs I like my tea in.

He knows what’ll make me laugh (and what’s likely to make me cry).

He knows just what to get me for my birthday — when I don’t even know what I’d like.

And we have our own little language and inside jokes and more fun than seems reasonable.

We have a solid long-term relationship.

I can’t imagine going back into the dating game. To the transactional, fleeting, and mostly unsatisfying encounters.

If you’re bumping into random people, how can you possibly know what they really like? What they really want?

You can come right out and ask, bluntly, for sure… but you could also spend time getting to know them. Finding out all about them. Learning what turns them on, and doing it spontaneously.

Do you know what drives your customers and clients wild? Do you know where their erogenous zones are?

You should.

You must, if you want to sell more to them.

Business one-night-stands are not going to get it done. Fleeting, transactional, unsatisfying sales pitches and quick buys are not where big profits lie.

Big profits are nestling in the long-term relationships you build with your clients.

They hide in your customers’ erogenous zones, just waiting for you to coax them out.

Which is exactly what I’ll show you how to do when you sign up to my 49 Ideas email series:



Vicky Fraser is a copywriter, author, and entrepreneur. She really did run away with the circus… but when she’s not swinging from a trapeze, she’s showing other copywriters and small business owners how to work with better clients, make more money, and stop missing bathtimes, first words, and dinners with angry partners. In fact, she wrote the book on it. Get your copy here.


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