Public Domain Copyrights Rule#1 Rule#2

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Right now, there is a market wide open for any publication wrote in spanish.

A quick trick to find out what needs to be published go to wordtrack or adword and research to see what topics are needed.

Offline, go to your nearest college, library, or used book store. Researchrepparttar title andrepparttar 108140 author and make these copyrights your own.

There are no limits at all to public domains, and there are billions of these works out there right now. You can go to and search terms for 1963 golf books.

Right now, you are a part of history of intellectual properties. Remember to recopy them ethically. The last point that needs to be made is books and movies are remade and sequaled everyday (ex. Terminator 1,2,3). Due torepparttar 108141 fact thatrepparttar 108142 best products are ones that sold before and were tested over and over and worked.

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Five Secrets of Writing Great Sales Copy

Written by Vincent Czaplyski

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Secret #3: Once she can picture your promise for herself, she’s ready for logical proof.

You’ve got her where you want her. Your words have carried her away to some place in her imagination where your product makes her feel more powerful, sexier, smarter, more beautiful – whatever. She really wants to believe it – all of it. She’s letting her mind run a little wild. She’s gotrepparttar top down onrepparttar 108139 car you want her to buy. She’s downshifting into third gear coming around a hairpin turn. Her hair is blowing inrepparttar 108140 wind,repparttar 108141 sun is on her face and a blue ocean sparkles inrepparttar 108142 background.

But aroundrepparttar 108143 next corner is Ms. Skeptic, just waiting to throw cold water on this carefully crafted picture.

It’s your job to make sure she never even sees little Ms. Skeptic. You reassure her with testimonials. You tell her salt air won’t harmrepparttar 108144 paint job. You let her know that this car hasrepparttar 108145 best safety record of anything in its class, and she’ll never have to worry about breaking down again. In other words, you give her logical reasons to justify her emotional decision.

Secret #4: Your copy should focus on a single primary benefit – your Unique Selling Proposition

Every product should have one special selling point that sets it apart from every other product in its class. It’s your job to find out what that Unique Selling Proposition is and never let your prospect forget it. It’s OK to mention other benefits, but you should drive homerepparttar 108146 USP more than any other point.

Recognize these classic USP’s? They sold a lot of products…

“We’re number two – we try harder.” “Your pizza delivered in 30 minutes or less, or it’s free.”

Secret #5: Always include a specific offer and ask for action.

You’re almost there. You’ve made her a promise that hooked her emotionally. You helped her see herself living that promise. You gave her plenty of proof that she was makingrepparttar 108147 right decision, and you stressed your product’s USP throughout your copy.

There’s just one thing left to do. You look her inrepparttar 108148 eyes and state your offer clearly. Then tell her what she must do to get it. In other words, you closerepparttar 108149 sale.

To summarize: • Make a PROMISE • Let your prospect PICTURErepparttar 108150 benefits • Supplyrepparttar 108151 PROOF that you are tellingrepparttar 108152 truth • Stressrepparttar 108153 UNIQUE SELLING PROPOSITION • CLOSErepparttar 108154 sale by making a specific OFFER.

Copywriter Vincent Czaplyski owns Hampshire Cove Marketing, Inc., which provides copywriting and marketing services and products. Contact him at Subscribe to his free bimonthly newsletter full of powerful marketing tips at

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