It will never be perfect. It will never appeal to everyone.
Put it together and put it out there. That's where you start getting data and information on what you need to change...if you need to change anything.
It's not always about what you say or how you portray it...it's your product or service. I'll say it again...it's your product or service that sells itself.
Over the years I've learned to chop about 90% of what I write and leave the 10% in my ad.
Keep it simple. Don't overthink things. Learn as you go.
The nagging fear is "what if I don't capture all the sales I could if I don't write this piece to be a killer compelling piece?"
"What if I could make this website better by changing the font color or the logo?"
"What if I'm using the wrong picture?"
If you have a great product and you're showing it to the people that could use it...you'll do good.
Too many times we're thinking about making it look the best for those that don't even care about what we have.
You have got to start with your product and make sure you have a great one. Everything else will fall into place.
Experience will help you put the product out quicker because you'll have learned from your past endeavors...but it takes experience to get there. You can't get experience until you start with where you're at.
The whole "let's get rich quick" from this idea seldom works. Look at the statistics. Keep it real with your goals.
Was reading a post in another section and it prompted me to write this.
Thanks for reading