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I apologize, but I couldn’t find any specific information about a person named Juliana McAlister or any connection to the nature of the problem mentioned. It seems like the description provided is unrelated and might be a part of a different conversation.

However, regarding your question about sending a message to a list of people interested in working with you, here are a few ideas:

1. Start with a warm introduction: Begin the message by expressing gratitude for their interest and mention how happy you are to connect with them.

2. Highlight your unique value proposition: Clearly communicate what sets you apart from others in your industry, emphasizing the benefits they would receive by working with you.

3. Showcase success stories: Share testimonials or examples of how you have helped similar clients in the past, demonstrating your expertise and track record.

4. Offer incentives or promotions: Consider providing special offers or discounts to encourage immediate engagement and action.

5. Call-to-action: End the message with a specific request for action, such as scheduling a meeting, signing up for a demo, or requesting more information.

Regarding working on a referral basis, it would be best to clarify the terms and conditions upfront with the interested individuals. Establish clear expectations about the referral process, compensation, and any other relevant details to ensure a mutually beneficial arrangement.

Please note that it’s important to tailor your message to your specific audience and industry, and ensure compliance with any applicable laws or regulations.