What I’m working on this week (July 30 – Aug 3)

Well last week’s attempt to write 10,000 words per day on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday went pretty well. I didn’t hit 10,000 words every time but close… and I’m happy with that.

I also wrapped a project for a client about short term loans and payday cash advances. These types of loans get a lot of negative press because (like every other industry) there are those who give it a bad name. But these types of loans fill a need that traditional loans do not provide. I like the challenge of working for a client has an uphill battle to fight to win traffic in a highly competitive market AND to win respect in a market that doesn’t get a lot of respect.

This week, I have some articles I’m trying to wrap up for an income fund client. The company has had me on retainer since January and I’ve been providing them with content every month. But as I’ve become fully booked until 2015, I’ve had to carefully choose which clients I’ll continue with and which ones I have to stop working with. The income fund client, although a great client, didn’t make the cut so I’m wrapping up their articles as part of my contractual obligation with them. I actually hope to be done by Tuesday night but there’s a lot here so it might bleed over into the end of the week.

I also got a huge amount of positive feedback about my unofficial guide to using Launch.it. Check it out!

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Aaron Hoos

Aaron Hoos is a writer, strategist, and investor who builds and optimizes profitable sales funnels. He is the author of The Sales Funnel Bible and he's a real estate investor and a copywriter for real estate investors.

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