Most people think they can write anything on their website and get sales. This is simply not the case. You need sales copy that is going to get people’s attention, get them reading all the way to the order button, and yank out their wallet and buy.
This blog post will reveal 5 secrets to writing sales copy that can boost your conversions.
1) Pretend you are taking to your prospect at a bar or restaurant.
One way to make sure your sales copy is customer-centric is to pretend you are talking to your prospect at a bar or restaurant. What happens is you will start to write like you talk and in a conversational manner. After all, a sales letter is simply a face-to-face sales pitch in disguise.
2) Use short sentences and small words.
Most people read at a sixth-grade level. Therefore you do not want to insert large words into your sales letter as your prospect could get lost in your copy!
3) Give it to someone in your market to read.
One of the best things you can do is give your sales copy to a person in your target market. If they come back to you and just say, “That’s nice”, then you need to rewrite the ad.
But if they read the sales letter and ask you, “Where can I get that!” then your sales copy should work!
4) Get right to the point.
You are not writing a novel or short story. You need to get right to the point in your letter if you are going to pull people in.
One way you can do this is by using the famous copywriter Gary Halbert’s introduction he used to implement all the time. It goes like this:
If you’ve ever wanted to lose weight, then this will be the most important message you’ll ever read!
See how this get’s right to the point? You can easily modify the above for your own market.
5) Keep your target audience in mind.
Your typical buyer is going to have many distractions. They could be at home with 24 different pop-ups on their computer and Twitter notifications. That’s why your advertisement has to cut straight through that to get their attention.
Twitter, twitter profile tips 4 Twitter Tips That Could Boost Your Social Media Traffic And Brand
Everyone knows Twitter has become the hottest thing online regarding social media networks. I gave you several mistakes you shouldn’t perform if you’re going to market yourself online using social media.
In this post I’m going to give you several tips that could help you boost your presence online using Twitter. Several things are etiquette tips, others are just general marketing strategies you can use.
1) Have a good profile
The profile should have your REAL photo and a good profile description. The best ones are ones that are customer-oriented (“I want to show YOU how to make more money online”) instead of talk about themselves.
2) Take them to a landing page with an opt-in form
When people click on the URL to go to your site, you really need to have some sort of opt-in mechanism there so people can get on your list. Offer a free report, free ecourse, or audio for signing up to a newsletter.
This way you can build your list and make more money.
3) Don’t tweet 50 times a day
This is more of an etiquette issue for me, as I usually only tweet 2-3 times a day. Some people go overboard and tweet ruthlessly which can cause your audience to tune your out because they cannot keep up with your tweets! Ultimately test out what works in your market.
4) Mix up personal, helpful, and promotional tweets
If you reveal bits and pieces of yourself when you’re tweeting then your target audience could start bonding with you more.
For example if you’re a golf fanatic, then you’ll automatically bond with golfers. The more you reveal about yourself the more you’ll eventually connect with people in your target audience since you’re bound to reveal something almost everyone in your target audience will bond with.
In conclusion, Twitter is one of the best social media platforms you can use to create aa strong social media profile. However, you need to use it wisely if you’re going to get benefit from it.
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Twitter Tips: What Does Your Twitter Profile Say About You?
One of the hottest trends in internet marketing has been the advent of Twitter. All kinds of marketers have jumped on the Twitter bandwagon and published all kinds of products that teach marketers how to monetize this social media juggernaut.
However, some people really miss the boat when it comes to their Twitter profile. Here are several ways you can boost your Twitter presence and get more followers.
Get a nice Twitter background!
The days of having a plain-Jane twitter background are over. If you are serious about your business you need a good Twitter background.
You can easily hire someone off one of the freelance sites like Scriptlance.com and Elance.com to create a nice Twitter background.
You should have at least your photo on the background so people can know who you are. Further you should have the following:
1) Your name
2) Your website
3) Your Facebook page (if you don’t have one get one)
4) A brief summary of who you are and what you do. This doesn’t have to be long. Think about people who come to your profile for the first time. They want to know more about you
5) Your LinkedIn Profile page. If you are not familiar with Linkedin you can go and check it out here: www.linkedin.com
Have a good Bio!
Most people’s bio’s are really bad. You need to have a really good bio that has a link to your website. Think of it as another way people can get to know you and follow you.
It is a good idea if you have an opt-in mechanism on your site. That way you can start building your list from your Twitter followers.
These tips alone will really boost your Twitter profile so you can start getting more followers. Believe it or not there are people who will click on your profile when browsing who is following them.
5 Signs Of A Good Market That Could Make You Money
One of the biggest mistakes most beginning marketers make is choosing the wrong market. They have a hobby or interest they want to pursue but when they launch their product, they don’t make any money.
In my previous blog post we touched on the importance of search volume in Google and what those numbers really mean regarding whether or not people are going to actually pull out their wallet and buy something.
In this post, we are going to cover the 5 traits of a strong market. The best part is it only takes a couple hours or so to research all this to determine if your market is viable.
1) Are there real people selling real products in your market?
Find this out by going to Google and typing in the keyword for your niche. You should be seeing a lot of Google Adwords on the right hand side of the page. This is a sign that there is a good market–as most people are paying good money to advertise on Google.
2) Are there affiliate programs in your market?
Another technique to determine if there are buyers in your market is to type in your keyword followed by the word “affiliate”. This should bring up affiliate programs in your marketplace–a sure sign that money is to be made in your market.
3) Are there books on your subject being sold on Amazon.com?