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NAME, I’m looking at getting a Swipe Files membership (swipefiles.co/membership) and was hoping I could use my education/development budget for this.

Here are the details:
• It’s just $99/yr (discounts for multiple team members also)
• Hundreds of other members — mostly marketers and entrepreneurs
• A private community of marketers and entrepreneurs sharing practical examples and willing to help
• There are teardowns of landing pages, emails, ads, and other types of content for every use case
• It’s a growing library of content across all sorts of different industries that I can’t get elsewhere

The main benefit is just being able to upgrade my own marketing skills and be able to do better work, quicker. There are quite a few examples that directly relate to PROJECT and I’m sure more examples for future projects too.

The guy behind it is Corey Haines, who was the Head of Growth at Baremetrics and was the first marketing hire for Cordial. 

I figured for such a low price it would be a no-brainer to really level up the quality of our marketing.
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Cutting edge, comprehensive, and sometimes crazy marketing ideas.

Most marketing content and newsletters are written by people who aren’t marketers, aren’t speaking from experience, or aren’t experts in their field. And frankly, I’m tired of it. That’s why I’m creating the content that I’d want to read. The newsletter covers a wide variety of industries and examples because it's a core belief of mine that the best ideas come from unexpected places. This newsletter is designed to help you think outside the box, get out of the echo chamber, and challenge the status quo.
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For most marketing content, the blog and newsletter is nothing more than a marketing ploy. For Swipe Files, the blog and newsletter is the product. That's why most of what I write about is not optimized for search engines — I don't need it to. This also allows me to go far beyond what most people would write about it. Here, you'll find untold stories, new frameworks for thinking, and bleeding edge tactics.
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Didn't like the latest piece? That's totally cool — I'd love to know. Thought it was the most amazing piece you've ever read? Also totally cool — I definitely want to know about that! With some fancy tooling, you can leave feedback directly from your inbox so I can work to make every piece of content better.

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Want to become a better marketer? Simple, hang around smart marketers. They say that you're the average of the 5 closest people around you — so get close to the smartest minds in marketing and you're guaranteed to level up. Learn through osmosis. Get feedback on what you're working on. Brainstorm challenges and get your questions answered. It's your support group. We're here for you.
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Look, to each their own. But personally, I think Slack and Facebook groups are absolutely terrible mediums for communities. Slack is too noisy and the threading makes it near impossible to have a conversation. Facebook groups are impersonal, and, well... it's Facebook. That's why I chose Circle as my community platform of choice. It's a truly revolutionary community experience that facilitates asynchronous interaction (so you never miss out) and has just enough organization to help you stay on top of things (so you don't have to filter through all the noise).
Live Streams

Community members show & tell their expertise.

There's plenty of content that delivers well over text or a podcast, but there's certain other content that can only be delivered via presentation. Swipe Files live streams enable members and experts to go deeper than they would over text, be more transparent than they would on a podcast, and more authentic than they would in a keynote speech.
Meetups

Forge real friendships with monthly gatherings.

We're digital- and asynchronous-first, but nothing beats face-to-face interaction. Monthly gatherings allow new members to introduce themselves, members to go into more detail than they would in a community post, and to make lasting connections. When you want to meet other smart and capable folks like yourself, there's no better format than talking 1:1. We also use these calls to brainstorm for certain members, shoot the breeze, and talk about the latest developments in marketing.

The Teardowns

Archive

Detailed analyses of marketing examples.

Instead of leaving you to do all the deduction yourself, I break down what makes each example great. By reverse-engineering what makes something great, you learn through first principles. This way, you know exactly what to takeaway. Learning through example makes marketing far easier to digest, learn, and master.
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Find proven examples to help you with your next project.

Next time you're building a new landing page, launching a new ad, or designing a new email, start with inspiring examples first. You'll create better work, faster. Emulating top-notch examples is a proven way to consistently produce work you can be proud of.
Analysis

Step-by-step breakdowns of what makes each example great.

Using psychological principles, proven best practices, and data points straight from the source, each teardown analyzes every single aspect of an example. You won't find this level of detail anywhere else.

The Brain

Master Swipe File

1,500 examples to draw from right at your finger-tips.

Stop starting from scratch. Each example is manually curated to only include the best to draw from. Great artists steal, and a swipe file is the ultimate kickstarter to your next great blog, headline, ad, or landing page. Search, filter, and browse to find exactly what you need to be prolific. No more guesswork. No more reinventing the wheel.
Commonplace Book

Prolific output begins with prolific input.

Skip Google and cut through the noise to find the best educational content. The Commonplace Book is a curated database of the best articles, guides, podcast episodes, tweets, and more to help you level up your marketing knowledge.
Persuasion Principles

Learn the art and science of persuasion.

There are underlying psychological factors that determine what we pay attention to, what we buy, and who we trust. Learn these, and the sky's the limit for your marketing. This database curates every persuasion principle you should know, study, and master.

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Mental Models For Marketing

Learn the timeliness principles, frameworks, and psychology of marketing.

Real marketers don't chase fads. They use mental models — timeless intellectual tools that transcend every hack, trick, and tactic out there. They're conceptual shortcuts that allow us to get straight to the root of the system and make a decision. Without them, you may continue to spin your wheels and feel like everything is a grind. With them, things won't be easy, but they'll be more fun, creative, and vastly more effective.
Refactoring Growth

Learn how profitable software companies systematically acquire and retain customers the hack-free, spam-free way.

Distribution is everything. First time founders focus on product. Second time founders focus on distribution. The days of "build it and they will come" are long gone. The good news is that growth can be reverse-engineered. After working with hundreds of SaaS companies and using first principles thinking to get to the bottom of what really makes them grow, I came to the conclusion that growth is an interdependent system of five factors.
Earning Trust At Scale

Turn strangers into superfans through collaboration, leverage, and generosity.

A new course coming soon.
Copywriting Camp

You don't learn to ride a bike by reading a book.

You learn through practice. Come practice copywriting. A new course coming soon.

Your kind of people.

The Swipe Files Community is home to a few hundred of the brightest minds in marketing.

Amanda Natividad
Head of Growth
at Growth Machine
Pedro Cortes
SaaS Marketing Consultant
Michele Hsu
Founder of RevGabba
Jacob Miller
Marketing at Headway
Ramli John
Product-Led Growth Consultant
Aazar Shad
Head of Growth
at Userpilot
Marc Thomas
Growth at Doopoll
Adrienne Barnes
B2B SaaS Content Strategy
Steph Smith
Head of Product at Trends
Matt Medeiros
Head of Podcaster Success at Castos
Chris Spagnuolo
Founder of Jetboost
Davis Baer
Founder of OneUp
Harry Dry
Founder of Marketing Examples
Tyler Hakes
Founder of Optimist
Andy Guttormsen
Founder of Circle
Marijana Kay
Freelance writer
James Sowers
Head of Marketing at The Good
Danny Postma
Founder of Headlime
Dominique Jackson
Content Marketer at Baremetrics
Jason Resnick
Founder of NurtureKit
Rick van Haasteren
Founder of SiteGuru
Nate Ritter
Founder of Room Steals
Bud Hennekes
Content at CXL
Geoff Roberts
Founder of Outseta

FAQ

Send any questions to corey@swipefiles.co
Is there a way to buy memberships for my team?
Absolutely! Please email corey@swipefiles.co with 'Team Memberships' in the subject line for a quote on pricing and to get each team member set up.
Who's behind this?
I (Corey Haines) am a Company of One producing all the content, managing the community, and making everything happen.
What if I decide a membership is not for me after I subscribe?
I'd be happy to issue a refund within 7 days of your subscription.