One of most important skills you could ever learn is how to write million dollar sales letters. The difference between a killer sales letter and a mediocre one is often difference between a successful site that earns thousands of dollars weekly and one that can't break even. It doesn't matter if you drive tens of thousands of people to your site every day if you can't convince them to buy from you once they are there. Your site will never be profitable if it isn't full of benefit driven client centered ad copy.
The good news is that anyone can fill their site with good ad copy. If you don't want to write it yourself, you can find numerous good ad writers who are willing to do it for around $1,000 to $15,000 per sales letter. If that cost is too much for you to bear, I have even better news for you. Anyone can learn how to write million dollar ad copy. Don't start letting your mind come up with all of reasons why that may be true for other people but not for you. Let me rephrase that sentence. YOU can write million dollar ad copy.
The best copywriters in world did not have best writing skills when they started out. Many of them, in fact, don't even have high school diplomas. Just because you have never even written a free report doesn't mean you can't write a killer sales letter. As a matter of fact, I am going to give you best insider secrets available in world to help you write best ad copy you possibly could. There are thousands of resources online that will teach you how to write better ads. Below are just a few of books or manuals that will help you learn how to write good ad copy:
"Advertising Magic by Brian Keith Voiles "Maximum Profit Copywriting Clinic by Bob Serling "Magic Words that Bring You Riches by Ted Nicholas "Cash Copy by Jeffrey Lant
These types of books and manuals will teach you in's and out's of inner workings of good ad copy. They will teach you important pieces you need such as creating great headlines, listing benefits, finding testimonials, and using a P.S. Any of these courses will improve your sales letter writing ability.
What I want to give you today through this article is a turn-key plan that you can use for FREE to start writing killer ads. Follow my simple 5 step system below and you will start writing killer sales letters within next few months.
I know you may want to have a quicker way of doing things, but anything that is worth doing is worth doing good. Going to college and getting skills it takes to do a job takes a minimum of 2 to 4 years and often quite a bit longer. If you follow my techniques below, you will become a killer sales letter writer within 2 to 6 months and have skills to be an entrepreneur for rest of your life.
Don't quit after 6 months though. Keep doing these techniques for years and you will keep those creative juices flowing and building in you for rest of your life.
So, without further ado, here are 5 Insider Secrets to Writing Million Dollar Sales Letters.
1. Spend one to two hours a day copying by hand some of greatest sales letters of all time.
The easiest way I could ever tell you to become a good ad writer guaranteed is to copy and study good ads until they become a part of you. Study each paragraph. Look and contemplate why they said this or that.
Figure out what they were trying to do in each paragraph. Go out and pick up some of sales letters by best ad writers of all time, such as Ted Nicholas, Gary Halbert, Jay Abraham, Brian Keith Voiles, and others. You could also go around Internet and print out ads for top selling products and services you know of online.
Then, pick out an ad that you admire greatly that you know produces tons of sales for it's owner. Start copying it by hand. Write entire sales letter out in your own hand writing. Write it out 5 to 30 times over next week or month.
I told you this would take some time, but it will be worth it. Once you have written this sales letter over and over again, you will begin to almost memorize way writer worded different things. Next time you sit down to write a letter, their wording and even part of mentality that they sat down to write with will have become a part of you.
After you have copied first sales letter so many times that you are actually sick of thing, it is time to go onto next letter. Pick out another sales letter you admire and copy it by hand. Copy it 5 to 30 times until you begin to know it by heart as well.
Keep doing this with more and more of winning sales letters and you will find some interesting things happening when you go to write a sales letter. You will sit down and some of their phrasing and ways of doing things will come to your mind. Once you have copied dozens of these sales letters you will find that it is becoming much easier to just sit down and begin flowing right into a million dollar sales piece.
By doing your assigned homework you will begin to learn how to write headlines, benefits, and P.S. You will actually start doing things that Ad Writing courses teach you how to do naturally. As you continue doing this for next year you will find yourself getting better and better at writing ads every single month. By following this one technique, anyone reading this report can make a decision to start writing better ads next week.
Even if you are only writing ads for your own business, doesn't it stand to reason that you owe it to yourself to write most profitable ads possible. Isn't it worth time you have to dedicate to it?
2. Create a Swipe File.
You should also collect all of good sales letters you find and create a notebook out of them. Then, when you are sitting down to write a sales letter, you can thumb through your notebook of sales letters to generate ideas for your project.