Quick WSO Question---Having Your WSO Ready to Go?

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Hey Warriors,

In the rules it says have your WSO Ready to go right after you pay...

Does this mean you will not have time to type your
sales copy?

Could someone elaborate a bit.,,,please.

I don't mean to sound like an idiot here but
I don't want to get it wrong.

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  • Profile picture of the author Keith Boisvert
    As soon as you pay...You post.

    I would pretype my copy in a post(don't post it though), make sure it looks good, and then copy the post into wordpad or something. Then pay for your WSO, it will bring you right back. Start a new post, paste in your copy, press submit.

    Done. I think ther may be some WSO formating items out there too.

    So yes, have your copy ready. There isnt a time limit or anything but I think you would want it ready to rock anyway.

    • Profile picture of the author Ephrils
      Yeah, pre-type your post, save all the source code somewhere, then after you pay just copy/paste that code into the Thread box. Make sure you do one last Preview as well since some programs can add invisible characters when they change from one source to another(Notepad occasionally does this).
    • Profile picture of the author sparrow

      what happens if people are behind you adding their WSO's yours starts moving down the list so when you do post it could be half way down the page

      I use the test thread to iron out my wso page for formating to see how it looks then delete it

      hope this helps


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