Click here now if you have bought an internet marketing product and you are making money now with it

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"Click here now if you have bought an internet marketing product and you are making money online now with it, or even if you are not making money online now after buying that IM product"

or

"Read this article now if you have bought an internet marketing product and you are making money online now with it, or even if you are not making money online now after buying that IM product"

Are these a catchy titles to attract 'hot qualified buyers' to your internet marketing product you are promoting?

This call to action would obviously exclude all freebie seeking newbies from clicking through to your website, squeeze page or offer's sales page in your authors biography box.


What other commands in titles will attract qualified buyers who have bought products in your niche before?
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  • Profile picture of the author Mark Singletary
    If you post this in the copywriting forum, you can probably get some good feedback.

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  • Profile picture of the author salegurus
    I agree with Mark... You'll get better answers over there...
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  • Profile picture of the author Path Theory
    They're to long to be titles. They're run on sentences and overwritten. You need to shorten it, and make it flow. Example -

    "Had success with an IM product? You'd be amazed to fin..."
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  • Profile picture of the author samelliss
    I found that when i was reading it, it never really gave me that draw towards it...

    It sounded alot like what other marketers are using and saying!

    Try and put your own personal twist and touch to it, give it some more flow as path said!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jennifer Hutson
    Are these supposed to be headlines? They're far too long, extremely weak and have excessive amounts of repetitive language. So no, they are not "catchy" at all.

    I'd read up on how to write good headlines.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Cohen
    Originally Posted by Internet Trillionaire View Post

    "Click here now if you have bought an internet marketing product and you are making money online now with it, or even if you are not making money online now after buying that IM product"
    or
    "Read this article now if you have bought an internet marketing product and you are making money online now with it, or even if you are not making money online now after buying that IM product"

    Are these a catchy titles to attract 'hot qualified buyers' to your internet marketing product you are promoting?

    This call to action would obviously exclude all freebie seeking newbies from clicking through to your website, squeeze page or offer's sales page in your authors biography box.


    What other commands in titles will attract qualified buyers who have bought products in your niche before?
    As a general rule, curiosity-only headlines don't work well.

    Headlines that have a big benefit, stoke an emotion, and invoke curiosity have a much better chance of succeeding.

    Alex
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    • Profile picture of the author Sean DeSilva
      Originally Posted by Alex Cohen View Post

      As a general rule, curiosity-only headlines don't work well.

      Headlines that have a big benefit, stoke an emotion, and invoke curiosity have a much better chance of succeeding.

      Alex
      Agreed. the headlines also lack specificity. By not filtering anyone, they call out to no one.

      Contrast that against "The perfect referral generator to exponentially boost your list building campaign."

      Think that might get some clicks from people in the middle of a list building effort?
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Cohen
        Originally Posted by Sean DeSilva View Post

        Agreed. the headlines also lack specificity. By not filtering anyone, they call out to no one.

        Contrast that against "The perfect referral generator to exponentially boost your list building campaign."

        Think that might get some clicks from people in the middle of a list building effort?
        No... it doesn't impress me as being particularly good. Use smaller words... and include a number instead to give it the needed specificity.

        Also, marketers don't want to "boost their list building campaigns". They want to get more folks on their lists.

        Alex
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      • Profile picture of the author The Copy Nazi
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        Originally Posted by Sean DeSilva View Post

        Agreed. the headlines also lack specificity. By not filtering anyone, they call out to no one.

        Contrast that against "The perfect referral generator to exponentially boost your list building campaign."

        Think that might get some clicks from people in the middle of a list building effort?
        You really think that's the bees knees? What if you have no idea what a "perfect referral generator" is? Or have no clue what "exponentially" means? You're going to scare them off, that's what. Write in language a five year old will understand - "Get this and EXPLODE your list!"
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        • Profile picture of the author redoak98012
          Example:
          Lack-luster Results From Your Internet Marketing Efforts? Click Here To find Out Why!
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