Assuming both are benefit-rich, bullet points or paragraphs?
I suppose bullet points captures the scanners while paragraph copy suck people into a story.
Or is there more to it?
That said, I'd appreciate your opinions or test results on this.
This weekend, I had the privilege to meet with Warrior Forum CEO, Moss Pauly (@moss) and CMO Marcus Wong (@WFMarcus) at the Warrior Live Event in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Suppose I want the domain www.thelastthings.com but it isn't available, but the domain www.thelasthings.com with only one "t" is available. Can I buy that domain and still be valuable in the future if I want to sell it? My plan is to write a successful blog in a specific niche with lots of followers and (maybe) sell it one day, but I don't want to shoot myself in the foot right in the beggining.
I have a costume idea that I know will absolutely kill this season, but don't know how to make money from it. Any suggestions? Thanks. edit: I'm not making the costume by the way.
You can see a lot of Clickbank's daily snapshot images out there. For instance, in Google, like this:
This is about time, leverage and your pricing. First, let me define a "paycheck" in dollar amounts. The Average USA worker has a weekly paycheck of about 750 dollars. MILLIONs make far less than this (18.75 an hour) and tens of thousands make more. But for this example, let's round off to 750 pre tax dollars. Roughly a 500 dollar a week pay for a single guy.