Hi! My name is Aaron Hoos. I’m a writer and my work appears in books, blogs, and magazines. I also own a couple of businesses and am an active investor in the capital markets and real estate. I’m always doing a million and one things and I talk about most that stuff on this site.

Here’s what else I do: I’m the author of The Sales Funnel Bible. I’m the web’s only real estate investing copywriter. I write about finance (I teach a course about graphite resource stocks and I’m the editor of Sin Stocks Report). I think a lot about business and love talking to entrepreneurs about how they can accelerate their businesses.

Want to know more? Learn about me, check out my portfolio to see what else I’ve done, or read my blog to see what I’m thinking about right now.

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Learn new strategies

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Optimize your sales funnel

Sales funnels are the most important part of your business. Find out why and how your business can grow dramatically by optimizing your sales funnel.

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Learn about finance

Learn about corporate finance, the economy, the stock market, trading and investing, cash flow, and more.

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Real Estate Investing Copywriter

I'm the only exclusive real estate investing copywriter on the web. I'm also a real estate investor. Check out RealEstateInvestingCopywriter.com

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Read my latest blog posts

Case study: Ghostwriting a best-selling book

A book is more than just a couple hundred pages that you might sell for twenty bucks on Amazon. Writing a book SHOULD BE on ... Continue Reading →

9 ways to avoid getting screwed in a business or real estate deal

I’ve had successful deals and not-so-successful ones. I’ve been screwed in deals: Non-payers, joint ventures who disappear, investments that don’t materialize. It’s insanely frustrating when ... Continue Reading →

Price and service: The two worst things to compete on

As a seller of things, I’ve tried to compete on price or service in the past. (“We’ve got the lowest prices” or “We’ve got the ... Continue Reading →

Customer service and customer relationships are similar but different. Here’s why customer relationships are better…

A lot of my blog posts are just my thoughts about business; my reflections about what business could and should (and shouldn’t) be. And lately ... Continue Reading →

The Sales Funnel Bible: Coming soon

After a few years of testing, note-taking, concept-refining, and even a couple of false starts, on March 1st 2013, I started writing my Sales Funnel ... Continue Reading →