Prospect-driven websites start by clearly stating the problem your prospect is coming to you to solve.
Defining that problem can be …
Dare I say
7-Second Email Subscriber Sawyer Nyquist replied with just such a conundrum and came up with the solution in one fell swoop (shared with permission):
I’ve sat on your email for the last couple weeks because I’m still trying to answer your question What is the problem your prospect is coming to you to solve for them? I solve too many problems (at least in my head) and haven’t yet sorted through how to narrow it down.
However, I launched a daily email starting today. Primarily based on inspiration from you and Jonathan Stark. It might be a bit messy at first, but I believe writing daily will help me refine what problems I solve and listen to my readers about what problems they have.
Spot on, Sawyer!
Daily or consistent writing to your prospects
Can help you refine the problem your prospect is coming to you for.
You may also reply to this email with your best stab
At the problem your prospect is coming to you for
Or even a problem such as …
I can’t figure out _____ problem 🙂
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