As a direct response copywriter this is a question I get asked a lot. And I completely get it. After all, so many sales letters and emails sound so inauthentic and hype-y, (not to mention just plain badly written) why WOULD you want to sound like them?
So how do you write a sales letter that doesn’t sound hype-y and yet still makes you money? The answer is actually very simple – you need to make a connection with your ideal clients.
You see, the more you connect with what’s keeping your ideal clients’ up at night, the more you provide a solution to that, the more you speak to your ideal clients in their language and talk to them about issues that concern them, the more persuasive your sales letters and emails will be. Best yet, they also won’t sound hype-y because you’ll be connecting to them on a deeper level then just screaming things like “make more money” or “lose 100 pounds in a month.”
If you want to learn more about this along with other tips on how to write online copy that sells your brilliance so you make more money with less effort, then you need to join me on January 6. I’m going to be hosting a special Q&A call with my business partner Lisa Cherney, the Juicy Marketing Expert, answering all your questions. (Just in time to start making money in 2010!) Here’s the link to learn more and reserve your space: http://bigmoneyonlinesecrets.com