As a video sales letter copywriter, I was going to title this: “What The Walking Dead Has Taught Me About Writing VSLs”. So what does this picture have to do with how to write a better VSL? In the picture above, Rick Grimes, the lead character in The Walking Dead is sitting against a truck […]
I love this copywriting infographic because it’s so simply communicated. Impactful…
Here’s the 6 things you need to look at when building brand awareness for your business. The infographic comes from Neil Patel: (Click to Enlarge) Courtesy of: Quick Sprout
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People ask me if Internet Marketing is easy. I pull out this map from Gartner… (Click to Enlarge) PS: I don’t know if this map is accurate, all I know is it looks cool. Reminds me of the Tubes in London. Feel free to pin it.
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I love the stuff Flint & Co. at MECLABS does. Lucid. Here’s a new experiment of theirs:
One of the things I’m amazed at is fiercely competitive marketers will pay me practically a king’s ransom to write the copy for a VSL… they’ll spend thousands of a month on cold traffic… yet they fail to appreciate the impact of design, copy, site speed, images, credentials, testimonials, reviews on the checkout process. Here’s […]
Normally, I hate word guides like “Words that Sell”. Too generic. But–here are 1500+ “make money” regularly used words and phrases for the Make Money Online, Internet Marketing and Business Opportunity Markets. This blogger did a great job: http://marketingeasystreet.com/selling-words-phrases-that-sell.php# Definitely keepers. Definitely swipe ready. Why am I changing my tune? Because I have used these […]
I have this partnership in the personal development space. Specifically, the law of attraction market. My partner is very ambitious. Always testing. Anyway, I was critiquing a sales page he’d just put up where he was offering to help people become successful. Makes sense right? Like that’s what LOA folks want, right? Success?