If you think you've got top notch copy skills,
here's a simple way to prove it - and maybe make
a little cash at the same time.
You see... I just finished a sales letter and am
looking for ways to optimize it.
I am an avid tester, and decided this would be
a great opportunity for everyone here to see what
really works and what doesn't.
You see, too many copywriters have their biases,
"Short headlines are best."
"Long copy works best."
"You need to have testimonials."
"This font works best."
And so on.
But now... let's test these ideas out and prove which
ones work and which don't.
Here is what I propose - Review the sales page and
provide your best ideas on what will improve its
We can go back and forth about which ones we most
want to see tested. Then, I'll include all of them in a
large multivariable test and let it run for a week.
After that week is over, I'll post the results here for
all to see. You'll see which factors matter and which
don't, all in real time.
And here's the kicker - if you present an idea/copy/image
that improves the conversion rate with over a 95%
confidence rate (I'll post these, too) you get $50 to
your account, not to mention bragging rights around these parts.
If you promote your copywriting services, this could
skyrocket your credibility.
There is no limit on the payouts, either. If five people
improve the conversion rate - even if it's just 0.1% -
then five payments go out. If you nail all five yourself,
you just earned $250. Simple as that.
Right now it is Wednesday - I will accept ideas up until
late Friday, set the test up on Saturday and run it for the
week. Then, I'll post the results and pay (and praise) the
winners. So, without further ado... let the case study begin!
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