WSO Sales Letter Image

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Can anyone tell me how to create those WSO sales letter images? I want a professional looking formatted sales letter rather than just text.
#image #letter #sales #wso
  • Profile picture of the author Qamar
    What kind of images you want? The most common ones are photoshops. You can get them done from warrior for hire sections. I personally use my own graphics for my sales letter.



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  • Profile picture of the author KillerJVs
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  • Profile picture of the author briancassingena
    No I mean where the whole sales letter is one long image with cool formatting etc, instead of type text directly into the thread?
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  • Profile picture of the author Loren Woirhaye
    I haven't done this in awhile but there's a plugin for
    Firefox and other browsers that lets you take a long
    screenshot of a whole web page, no matter how long
    it is... so if you can layout what you want to see in
    an appropriate browser using HTML or maybe a PDF
    you can just screenshoot it, crop it and there's your
    image.
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    • Profile picture of the author Shadowflux
      I've done exactly what you're talking about.

      A lot of people use Photoshop but I like to use Illustrator because I think the end result is a lot nicer. You can, of course, use both as they go together pretty well. Illustrator is vector based so it will scale to any size without a loss in quality. It's also a bit easier to design custom graphics in Illustrator as opposed to Photoshop.

      Just make sure you set the width to an appropriate size, it can be as long as you want. Use a transparent background and you can post it on WF or any website without the need to change the background color.

      In terms of free programs I suppose you could use GIMP or possibly even MSPaint though I wouldn't suggest it.

      Your best bet is to simply hire someone. If you're not experienced in using these programs then you'll have to deal with a lot of frustration just to make a sales page.
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    • Profile picture of the author videolover7
      Originally Posted by Loren Woirhaye View Post

      I haven't done this in awhile but there's a plugin for
      Firefox and other browsers that lets you take a long
      screenshot of a whole web page, no matter how long
      it is... so if you can layout what you want to see in
      an appropriate browser using HTML or maybe a PDF
      you can just screenshoot it, crop it and there's your
      image.
      A Firefox add-on called "FireShot" converts an entire webpage into a PNG, GIF, JPEG or BMP file. It's free, and you can get it here...

      https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fir...ddon/fireshot/

      VL
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  • Profile picture of the author BrianMcLeod
    Almost any of the recent "Graphics Pack" WSO's will give you all the images you need to do what you want for $10-20-ish.

    The background color of a thread is #F5F5F5.

    You can have 10 images in a WSO post. Slice your "master thread image" PSD into chunks so they'll load faster (ideally, put them up on Amazon S3 or a fast cloud-based host.)

    Hope this helps,

    Brian
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    • Profile picture of the author mikehuff
      Was actually just wondering about images as sales pages and how the conversions stack up to traditional pages. I buy a fair amount of stuff from my phone and it's a bummer to deal with then, as the page tends to load suuuuuuper slow. Is it my old ass phone or do others have problems with em too? Thanks
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      • Profile picture of the author briancassingena
        Thanks for the heads up, I didn't consider people buying WSOs from their phones. What kind of phone do you have? How old ass is it?

        Anyone else had this experience, especially with a new phone? I just tried on my iPhone 3gs, was kinda slow but it's an old phone now.

        Originally Posted by mikehuff View Post

        Was actually just wondering about images as sales pages and how the conversions stack up to traditional pages. I buy a fair amount of stuff from my phone and it's a bummer to deal with then, as the page tends to load suuuuuuper slow. Is it my old ass phone or do others have problems with em too? Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author davemiz
    LOL.... illustrator?

    wow.

    its good for logos and illustrations, thats what it's made for, not for page layouts and graphics.

    use a psd, cut it into pieces so it loads faster.
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    • Profile picture of the author DoubleOhDave
      My current WSO is my first and I used the TEST thread to figure it out and used a handful of images the way you are asking...

      I used Paint.net which is free and much more intuitive to use than Photoshop (it is for me anyway - I've tried Gimp and Photoshop 6 beta and they give me a headache!)

      You can also get a free download of a thing called Pixel Ruler that can help you figure out the height and width of the thread.. as someone said above the colour is #F5F5F5.

      The only issue I have is that I don't think I got the resolution correct on my own one that would prevent the text getting a little blurry around the edges, but then I was aiming to get my WSO out there and not spend all my time musing over text resolution.

      Hope this helps and good luck with your WSO!
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      • Profile picture of the author rhinocl
        If you are going to do it with something like Paint, I think you would have an easier time using MS Word or WordPerfect. Much easier to do Text Art, Text Boxes etc. Then save the file to tif format. Reduce the width to desired size and save as jpg or png.
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