Yesterday I announced the third video of the free online course on the new method called Lead Generation Farm™:
– If you’d like to go from 5 to 18 sales appointments for every 100 potential customers… and you’d like to do so without any special skills nor having to invest 20,000 Euros per year… then this video will show you how to do it: http://www.leadgenerationfarm.com/
The video presents the results of three successful companies that have adopted Lead Generation Farm™.
These reprimands from two gentlemen immediately arrived:
– ” We don’t expect much, but at least the subjunctive at the beginning of the sentence!!!!!”
– If I were you, I would invest more on the knowledge of the Italian language, in particular on the use of the conditional.
I thank you for your contributions, but I reject to the senders the bad mark in Italian.
It is in fact correct to use the SE+conditional when the “SE” introduces an indirect question (see Accademia della Crusca, http://forum.accademiadellacrusca.it/forum_5/interventi/1379.shtml.html).
However, their oversight gives me the opportunity to reiterate that:
- Lead Generation Farm™ teaches you to always find new ideas to communicate with your audience (this post is the proof)
- also, there is no need to be a writer, because the method teaches everyone what and how to write, without needing a good mark in Italian.
Having said that, I hope that the two gentlemen, distracted by correcting the syntactic form of the post, didn’t escape the substance, or rather the results that can be obtained thanks to the method.
So, paraphrasing the reprimands…
…if I were you, I’d invest more in the knowledge of the Lead Generation Farm™.
So, they can make up for the bad mark in Italian with a good mark in Lead Generation.
Here is the link with the reports of three companies from which to take an example: they have great ratings and aren’t even geeks: