How To Write Super-Effective Ads and Sales Letters! by Dean Phillips
... Here's the key: You MUST write every single ad and sales letter using the following classic AIDA formula: A=ATTENTION I=INTEREST D=DESIRE A=ACTION Let's break down each letter, so that you can understand the full import of the formula: A=ATTENTION: The very first thing your ad or sales letter must do is get your prospects attention. The very best way to do that is with an effective headline. So, what's an effective headline? An effective headline is any headline that answers this ...
Want More Sales? Write A Barry Bonds Sales Letter by Dean Phillips
... Finally, we come to the last letter in the formula, but certainly not the least: A="ACTION." You want to close your sales letter with a call to action! In other words, ask them for the order. It's important to ask for the order at least six or more times. Here are a few examples of effective closes:"Just click on the button below to order NOW--Risk-Free!""To get your FREE web site--Order NOW!""Limited time offer! Order NOW!"Something else that's very effective is to include a post- script ...
Garage Sale Checklist - your guide to hassle-free sales by George Grubetic
... 2-3 weeks before the sale-Start sorting through your household for unwanted items
have the mindset that almost anything will sell if it is a bargain- Price your items
price items about 25-35% of what they cost new (clothes are exceptions - 5-15% here)- Pick a date and time for your sale
weekends are the best; avoid public holidays or special events- Write your ad
give the address and hours of the sale; mention items that are of particular interest- Place your ad in local newspapers and ...
Copywriting Secret Used By "Boogey Man" Novelist Skyrockets The Response Of Almost Any Ad You Run by Ben Settle
... If you'd like to make all of your ads, sales letters and marketing pieces a lot more likely to be read and, thus, responded to, then here's a little "technique" that'll make it happen for you. Listen to this: Stephen King, the world-famous novelist and writer, once said the biggest "breakthrough" he had in getting his writings published was a note an editor sent back to him that said, "second draft = first draft - 10%" In other words, he needed to trim off at least 10% of the "fat" in his ...
Triple Your Sales By Turning Objections and Flaws Into Powerful Benefits! by Av Kumar
... "Unanswered questions and unresolved concerns sabotage
sales letters!" -- Dan Kennedy The purpose of a sales letter is simple: to get the reader to take action! And while listing all the juicy benefits of your offer is an absolute must in creating a powerful sales letter, sometimes benefits alone are not enough! People are generally very skeptical, and for good reason. They've been disappointed, lied to, and even ripped off in the past. If there is anything at all about your offer or ...
Starting a Cleaning Business and Successfully Growing It by Walt Gibson
... You should have: a sales script memorized to perfection whether you do in-home estimates or estimates by phone; cleaning fee estimate calculator; fee estimate letters; follow-up letters for quotes not booked; new customer letters stating hourly fees for cleaning services and payment policies; a customer database and accounting system; information sheets listing vital details for each customer; cleaning service checklist form to leave with customers after each service; and customer survey ...
What's it Worth - Pricing your Stock Photos by Henry Bateman
... Specific use: Newspaper & magazine ads, packaging, point of sale, brochures etc for Advertising (remember if it is for advertising you will need model releases for any recognizable people); Books, newspaper or magazine story illustration, news letters etc for Editorial. Size and Placement: Full page, ½ page, ¼ page or spot, front cover, back cover, inside. Distribution: How many impressions and/or times will it be used. If in a newspaper or magazine what is the circulation?
How to Get Rich Playing With WORDS! by Terri Wells
... They put you domain name up for sale on their site! You are charged a listing fee; usually starting at about $50.00 to $250.00. If your domain is sold through their site you are charged a commission fee which can be anywhere between 5 – 10% of the purchase price. During the research for this article, I came across one which charges just $0.79 cents to list a domain name and NO Commission fees. All in all when you are getting paid $8 Million for simply coming up with a name.