Articles From Chris Orzechowski

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People Probably Don’t Wanna Buy Your Stuff Right Now But They Might Want To In The Future So Here’s How You Sell To Those People

A few months ago I launched my first official digital course. And, it went really well. My business partner and I ended up enrolling 33 students into this program, during our intial launch. And I felt pretty good about myself. The thing was… My list is tiny. So when we went to “re-launch” the new…

How To Make Running Your Business So Easy… Things Get Boring

The entrepreneur is a fickle creature. When observed in its natural habitat, it can be seen playing, procrastinating, shitposting on Facebook… and chasing shiny objects from time to time. It is unique in the animal kingdom, as it is one of God’s only creatures who seeks to continually make it’s own life harder, more stressful…

Eisenhower forgot to warn us about the Christmas Industrial Complex

On January 17th, 1961 outgoing President Dwight D. Eisenhower gave an epic speech, warning the nation about the rise of the Military Industrial Complex. He viewed it as one of the greatest threats to democracy. But what he didn’t warn us about was the ever-more sinister rise of the Christmas Industrial Complex. A movement –…

The Hottest, Newest, Sexiest Marketing Tactic Everyone Should Try: Actually Giving A Shit

Man, oh man… You are gonna LOVE this. I’ve discovered this new online marketing tactic that is going to BLOW YOUR FREAKING MIND! Are you ready for it? You sure? Ok, here it is… Actually Give A Shit About The People On Your List It’s kind of sad that I have to write this. It…

How I Won Agora Financial’s Copywriting Contest (Or At Least Why I Think I Did)

A few weeks back I entered a “copywriting contest.” Here were the rules: Sell a flashlight. But not just any flashlight. A super-special “tactical” flashlight. I could write whatever I wanted, but it had to fit on one page. Winner gets a $500 Amazon gift card. And a shit ton of bragging rights… I guess?…

This Black Friday/Cyber Monday email sequence made two of my clients $60,000+ in one week last year. (Steal it and use it as you wish.)

Last year I worked on a few Black Friday/Cyber Monday email sequences for two clients of mine. Both clients reported back that they tripled sales from the previous year… and both made a touch over $60,000 in sales, each. Which was kind of weird. Because they have different list sizes, different markets, and sell different…

Product Launches: What We’re Selling Is A Transformation

We all have an identity. We have an idea of the person we are. Today. Here. Right now. We also have aspirations. We concurrently hold in our mind the vision of the person we are now… and the person we want to one day become. And so, we buy things. We buy things that are…

How To Make Your Product Stand Out (Even if Everyone Else Is Selling The Same Exact Thing)

It’s kind of a terrifying proposition to introduce a new product to the market nowadays. We’re living in an oversaturated society. We literally can’t fit any more information into our brains. We get tens of thousands of advertising messages that bombard our senses every single day. There are over 28 million businesses in the US alone.…

How To Create A Multi-Million Dollar Sales Message

One thing I’ve sort of become known for in the copywriting world is helping business owners create huge product launch campaigns… and then turning these “launches” into evergreen campaigns that bring in revenue on a daily basis in perpetuity. A lot of these campaigns have generated well north of seven-figures on the launch alone… and…

On Building An Empire

One thing they don’t teach you anything about in school is how to build a business. It’s kind of weird. Considering ~83% employees work for private businesses, while the other 17% of government workers are supported by tax revenue generated either directly or indirectly through businesses… you’d think there’d be a greater interest in keeping this…