Hi! My name is Aaron Hoos. I’m a writer and investor and I spend most of my time thinking about business, finance, and real estate. And I drink coffee. Always lots of coffee.

What I do: I keep a lot of irons in the fire. My work appears in books, blogs, and magazines. I own a couple of businesses and I invest in the capital markets and real estate. I’m the author of The Sales Funnel Bible, I’m the editor of the stock market magazine Sin Stocks Report, and I’m the web’s only real estate investing copywriter. Check out my portfolio to see what else I’ve done and read my blog to see what I’m thinking about right now.

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Learn new strategies

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The Sales Funnel Bible

Your sales funnel is 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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Stock Market Magazine

Check out my online stock market magazine, Sin Stocks Report. Learn about shocking stocks you don't want your mother to know about!

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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

Break your business to build a stronger business

This past year I broke my business. On purpose. And I’m happy with the result… About a year ago I was contacted by a previous ... Continue Reading →

Case study: Fixing $5 haircuts

There’s a humorous business story about two competing barber shops that were next door to each other. One barber shop cut their prices so ridiculously ... Continue Reading →

Case study: Communicating through a sensitive topic

In business, it’s easy to communicate the fun stuff. “Great news! We’ve increased the your bandwidth!” or “Great news, that airplane seat actually costs less!” ... Continue Reading →

On goal-setting: Activity goals are better than achievement goals

I love setting goals. But it’s so easy to fall short of achieving them. Perhaps one of the reasons is that I’m building goals around ... Continue Reading →

When service runs cold, so does my patience: Two water heater companies compared

(This post is an unsolicited, unpaid review of two hot water companies in Winnipeg, based solely on my negative experience with one and my positive ... Continue Reading →