“Bully” Prospects
Into Paying Customers
Using Only Words!

tipgTake notes in your favorite Word program. Put them in a new folder on your PC, name it Copywriting secrets.

Before you dive in check out some sample copy I’ve written to clients as a freelancer. (pdf files).

Niche: Alternative Medicine
Type: Letter promoting a product, sent to doctors
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Niche: Internet Business
Type: Salesletter
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Niche: Pets & dogs
Type: Short salesletter and copy
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Niche: Pets & dogs
Type: Download Pages
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Niche: Relationship
Type: Download Pages
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4 RARE Secrets To Write Killer Copy Fast!

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Hypnotic Words That Grab Your Readers by Their EyeBalls!
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How To Make People Love Spending Money With You!
You can win people’s hearts and wallets. It can be done, people love to buy from people they like, love and trust. We all love to go shopping at our favorite . . . .

57 Good-As-Gold Headlines You Can Swipe and “Steal”!
It doesn’t take a genuis anymore to create a headline that grabs and keeps the attention. In this list of 57 headlines all you have to do is fill in the blanks. . . .

77 “Magnetic Words” That Glue People To The Screen!
Magnetic words touch people’s emotions, or make them imagine things as they read. “like squirrels gathering as many nuts as they can so they can survive through the demanding winter.”. . . .

3 Basic Writing Techniques Nobody Else Is Telling You!
There are specific techniques to use when writing ANYTHING online. Whether it’s salesletter, article, email, blog post, press release doesn’t matter. . . .