If you’re having trouble getting email clicks and persuading people to put their eyes on your sales offers or blog posts, here’s a way that works like crazy (when done right) almost 100% of the time.
Look, I’m a big tease.
Especially in email.
Really you have to be an almost obnoxious tease to get people to click.
And you can do this by saying something extremely enticing for your market, and at the same time painfully incomplete.
I asked a simple question in a few Facebook groups the other day … “How long should a sales page be?” I got responses ranging from as long as it takes to sell the product to it depends on the price to I have no idea. Now here’s the answer: It depends on the amount of […]
What’s the word? No. Yep, that’s it. N-O. Think on this for a sec: “No” is one of the easier words to learn when attempting a new language because no matter where you are in the world; the word is the same or very similar. Soooo why is it so darn difficult for us to […]
So you just met your dream prospect at a networking event. And you heard the angels sing when he said, “send me the details!” But now what? Follow these 7 timeless persuasive writing tips to land your next client. Tip #1: Be Persuasive My No. 1 tip for persuasive writing is making the content about […]
I was asked to speak at a local entrepreneurship event – one of Cleveland, Ohio’s most notable conferences. Our panel discussion was fun, amusing and full of “real talk” from women business owners who are finding success.
Anyway, here’s the good part:
After the event, attendees were lined up to hear more about my business. I had already talked to 10 or so folks when bright-eyed Carmen sat across from me and said:
“I wrote a brilliant book that’s going to change the world, but I’m worried someone will swipe my story. What can I do?”
That’s when I had to explain that a “copywriter” has nothing to do with a “copyright.”