sites with great copy?

by davemiz 4 replies
just curious if you've got any sales letters/sites in other markets than IM that you really like the copy of or know are doing well.

would love to find more stuff outside IM that works really well.

thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Bruce Wedding
    Dave,

    I doubt anyone is going to trip over themselves to post links to their non-IM niche sites that are doing well so you can swipe them.

    But you can go over to the Clickbank Marketplace and look at the top 5 sites in any category you wish.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jakehyten
      Originally Posted by Bruce Wedding View Post

      Dave,

      I doubt anyone is going to trip over themselves to post links to their non-IM niche sites that are doing well so you can swipe them.

      But you can go over to the Clickbank Marketplace and look at the top 5 sites in any category you wish.
      What? I'll let you swipe my successful site that took me blood sweat and tears to perfect! www.yeahright.com
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      • Profile picture of the author CarlosGarcia
        As I understand what Dave wrote is:

        in other markets than IM that you really like the copy of
        Not necessarily YOUR sites, but sites you know of are doing well.
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        • Profile picture of the author Matt Bard
          Hey Dave,

          If you want to browse through successful sales pages go to ClickBank and look through some of the products that are selling.

          Sometimes you will see pages that just make you scratch your head and wonder how they are selling anything at all but it just goes to show how diverse people are when it comes to what they respond to.

          Of course there are some tried and true laws of writing good copy but you get an idea of what kind of design patterns start to emerge with different niches and topics.

          Marlon Sanders had a report that he had put out to go along with his "Design Dashboard" ( think that was it) anyway in the report he talked about the different colors that went with different industries.

          Just as an example, a light blue is usually associated with medicine and business and greens with gardening and the outdoors which makes sense.

          Matt
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