John Carlton's Client

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I am just curious - this is a stab in the dark - does anyone know who the chiropractic client was that John Carlton wrote for?

He wrote some ads for a chiropractic consultant in the US, and I am just trying to find this guy...... does anyone know who he is?
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  • Profile picture of the author fxprofitmountain
    Originally Posted by fxprofitmountain View Post

    I am just curious - this is a stab in the dark - does anyone know who the chiropractic client was that John Carlton wrote for?

    He wrote some ads for a chiropractic consultant in the US, and I am just trying to find this guy...... does anyone know who he is?
    I found it - Radermacher.
  • Profile picture of the author deezn
    Is it this?

    Radermacher Chiropractic | Germantown, WI Chiropractor | Chiropractor in Germantown, WI

    Home page doesn't look so exciting. Perhaps Carlton only wrote ads for him, but I was hoping the Chiropractor would be smart enough to re-write his homepage as well.
  • Profile picture of the author markpocock
    The copy on the homepage sucks!
  • Profile picture of the author angiecolee
    Originally Posted by markpocock View Post

    The copy on the homepage sucks!
    According to what standards and metrics? Your opinion? Conversions and sales?

    I'm wary of ever making statements like that, regardless of my skill level or expertise. 1) You never know who wrote them and what bridges you might burn. 2) If it's making the guy money, who cares what some random person's opinion of the copy is?
  • Profile picture of the author Harlan
    Ah... but that's not the business John wrote for.

    You're looking in the wrong place.

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