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5 Bad & Lousy Words You Should Never Say In Your Salesletter

Posted 21st April 2015 at 06:03 PM by timfleagle (Tim's Work From Home Online Business Tips)

some money. Bare in mind, most people surf the Internet searching certain information for free and sometimes they need more time before considering buying your product. Whatever business you’re doing, using this word alone can destroy your business in split second. Instead of using the word ‘buy’, change it to ‘claim’ or ‘invest’. Ask yourself, which one sound better, “Buy this...
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5 Bad & Lousy Words You Should Never Say In Your Salesletter

Posted 15th July 2014 at 03:06 PM by artinsoft

Have you ever wondered why you still haven't made any sale even though your product is truly one of a kind? The failure is in your salesletter itself.Discover the secrets to increase the sales power in your salesletter.

Do you know exactly why people don't seem excited to buy your product? Have you ever wonder why your competitors make more sales even though they have a terrible product to offer? Even worse, why people couldn't even be bothered to live their email address in your opt-in...
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A Model Sales Letter For Someone Who's Never Written One Before

Posted 19th March 2014 at 03:01 AM by derekjamieson

There are a lot of different kinds of letters. A very successful sales letter that I've used in countless industries is what I call the assumptive letter. The assumptive letter is based upon an assumption that people reading the letter will think you are personally writing to them. It will start with an assumptive statement:

"Dear Prospect:"

"I know you've
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How “Direct Response Design” Doubles or Halves Conversion

Posted 24th May 2010 at 08:59 PM by Kezz

Anybody who operates in the direct response game knows that copy matters. Good copy can and often is the difference between a .01% conversion rate and a 10% conversion rate.

But one aspect of direct response that gets overlooked or dismissed time and time again is design, and just as with copy, design can also be the difference between a .01% conversion rate and a 10% conversion rate.

Yes, copy is critical. Absolutely. You’ll get no argument from me there, not...
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Millions Dollars Sales Letter: The Principle Of Disqualifying And Qualifying

Posted 23rd February 2009 at 07:46 PM by Oracle_320th

The principle of disqualifying and qualifying is a great tool to touch the emotion of your customers greatly.

It is the same principle that has been used successfully to sell millions of dollars products all over the world by Fortune 500 Companies.

The principle works like this: you disqualify anything you promote then qualify it again. For example in the beginning of sales letter you can state how you hate similar products that had been cost thousands of dollars in...
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