There's this little-known thing called automation compliance. There are laws that carry penalties of between $500 to $2,000 every time you call or text a client or lead depending on how you got the lead, the language used, the systems you used and all conversations with them before each contact.
Hardly anybody is talking about it. But when you learn it and use it, you'll see how everyone else is screwing it up and how fast they can lose their businesses.
There I was, a lawyer working to stop debt collectors from harassing my broke clients by suing them for using certain automation software without authorization.
This was very niche stuff with just a couple hundred lawyers really know this.
The thing is, at the time, I could only help just a dozen or so people during a year.
The big problem was technology that collectors were using, started to be included in mass used software, so everyone was now breaking the law.
That meant that not only was I not going to make a huge difference in the world working with just a few clients a year, but now small businesses and their employees were going to all go out of business and I was one of the only people to know about it.
Then, as if by chance, something amazing happened...
A friend posted her new business website for me to see about trying to teach people the simple things to avoid!
And she was violating the law...and she had heard me talk about it past but didn't see how the new software violated the old laws (until I showed her).
Instantly it became crystal clear to me how to teach marketers how to spot this bad technology and instead of suing businesses, we should try to help you not get sued for something dumb.
My plan was to just help my friend lose her business, but we decided to turn this service into a course so we can all learn.
We call it “Marketing Automation Certification”.
With Marketing Automation Certification we can now feel good about spreading information to all instead of just a select few per year!
And that's why I'm so excited to share this with you so you can save your business too!
Only a handful of law firms represent clients on the compliance side of this law. The problem is twofold.
First, they only represent the largest companies because they are crazy expensive.
The second issue is that the very few attorneys at those firm know anything about marketing.
That means that your attorney likely has not even heard of this much less can spot it in your current tech stack or your next one. He routinely litigates these issues against Fortune 50 companies.
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The answer is YES! This is one of the easiest ways people mess it up by getting fancy and tech-y.
YES! YES! YES! I've NEVER seen this discussed or written about before now. This is gold.
YES! YES! YES! Again, i've NEVER seen this discussed or written about before now. This is gold for you.
YES! Even if it's B2B? YES!
YES! Unless your lawyer is a federal court litigator with a focus on privacy law, technology and fully understands marketing funnels.
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