Make Prospects Believe That What You Say Is The Truth Everytime!

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USE CUSTOMER TESTIMONIALS Good products get fantastic testimonials. And by using them in your sales letter you’re showing that everyday people just like your prospects have found your product to be as described. To further build credibility, askrepparttar creators of your testimonials if you can use their URL or email address as further proof that these comments came from real people.

SHOW STATISTICS Detailing how well your product has worked under certain circumstances is a solid credibility builder. Use customer testimonials, tests run by you, or even have a control group use your product and recordrepparttar 127257 results.

WRITE A CREDIBLE GUARANTEE A strong guarantee builds credibility because it assuresrepparttar 127258 prospect that what you’re claiming isrepparttar 127259 truth. And a really powerful way to write a strong guarantee is to detail everything they’ll get with your product. For instance, “Shark’s Teeth Scissors are guaranteed to cut through everything fromrepparttar 127260 thinnest paper torepparttar 127261 thickest plastic, are guaranteed to never rust or need sharpening, and will never need to be replaced.” Then back it up by saying that if they find any ofrepparttar 127262 above untrue, simply returnrepparttar 127263 product for a complete refund.

Withrepparttar 127264 ammunition above write your next sales letter withrepparttar 127265 goal of creating credibility in you as well as your product. If you do it effectively, you’ll be amazed byrepparttar 127266 results.

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A Devastatingly Powerful Way To Steal Hoards Of Traffic From Your Competitors!

Written by Grady Smith

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Here’s what I would do with it:

Create an affiliate program if you don’t already have one. You can use Clickbank if they do your payment processing, or you can userepparttar one I prefer which you’ll find on my website address listed below.

Set up a generous commission for those that refer people to your site. I like to use 40%.

Next, get your sales letter for your product and rework it until you have it converting like crazy. There’s a ton of sites that can help you learn to write better copy, and you’ll find some resources on my website. Or, if you’re notrepparttar 127256 do it yourself type, hire a results only copywriter to craft a hard-selling letter.

Once you have your sales letter pulling profits well, and you have an affiliate program in place, craft one more sales letter. This is one that you’ll send to your competition.

In it, you’ll want to explain how your product matches their sites content. You’ll let them know that you want to make them some money by simply placing a link on their site that points to your product. Explain how much they can make, and tell them how well your sales letter converts. Then give details of how they can sign up and become an affiliate for you.

Now here’s what you do….

Search on your list of keywords and send your sales letter torepparttar 127257 top three under each search. Just make sure to keep a database of whom you’ve sent what to so you don’t bother those not interested.

But on a recent mailing of my own, where I sent sales letters out to my competition and offered to pay them when they funneled traffic to my site, 100% came back with a “yes”.

Andrepparttar 127258 results have been amazing. Plus, considerrepparttar 127259 total amount of time invested was about 8 hours. But now that everything’s in place, I simply let them money roll on. And it will keep continue to stream in for years to come.

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