What the $300 Million Dollar Man Says:
Is it expensive?
I don’t know.
That really depends on you, I guess.
It depends on whether you’re an information gatherer, or an information user. Here are just a few of the insights you’re getting at my Ad Writing Workshop:
* You’ll get a detailed explanation, and multiple actual live examples of the 17 components of a sales letter. Now reality is, you will only have to use a combination of any 8 or 9 of them in any one given marketing piece, but I will lay them all out for you in plain and simple English, and I’ll clear up any bit of confusion you may have. You’ll get an easy, orderly and systematic way of puttingthese components together, that you’ll rely on, and constantly refer to, and use, forever!
This 17-step proven sales letter writing formula, is what’s been responsible for my ability to consistently crank out winning sales promotions, and has produced well in excess of several million dollars in the last few years alone, along with incredible results and response rates.
* You’ll discover how to use each of these components… when to use them, and… maybe even more important — when NOT to!
* Some people try and “close” too early… and some don’t close at all. Some people list the benefits of what they’re selling too late… and some don’t offer enough benefits. You’ll find out exactly when to close and how to present the benefits of your goods and services, without hesitation.
* How to make irresistible offers that sell! Next to your headline, your offer is the most important part of your marketing. I’ll show you how to make offers that are absolutely irresistible and hard to walk away from!
See, if you’re an information user, someone who turns around and takes action on things, then you’ll think the cost to attend my January Ad Writing Workshop is probably dirt cheap. But if you’re an information gatherer — or someone who thinks too much and never seems to get around to the execution part — then I could charge $10 dollars to get into this workshop, and it’d still be a cost you’re never going to recoup.
However, considering I’m promising you’ll walk out of my Ad Writing Workshop, with a completed display ad, website, sales letter, or lead-generation ad, no matter WHAT you do for a living… most people with businesses think this is a steal.
How much do you think this man feels my advice is worth?:
Christian Godefroy, a man who’s sold in excess of $300 million dollars worth of goods and services over the last 35 years, just sent me this e-mail: “Craig, using only two of the ideas you gave me last year, I pulled in $304,044.82 in the last 7 days alone. The two strategies were, incorporating contunity into my business, the way you showed me… and sharing personal information in my emails – personal stories, even weaknesses, the same way you do. I have never earned so much cash, so fast. At 90% profit, I am in debt to you, forever.”
Now Christian works in the French marketplace, and some of you may say, “Sure Craig, but your ideas and copy may not work in English as well.”
And if this is what you’re thinking, don’t come to this workshop. Because I can’t talk logic to illogical people. But if you’re one of the smart ones who’s thinking, “Holy shit, that’s incredible. I’ve GOT to be there,” then register now.
Because the early-bird discount, giving you $1,000 off admission to this workshop, expires on Monday, December 1st, or when the first 25 people sign up.
Yes, only 25 people can come to this event. That’s because of the one-on-one personal nature of the work I’ll be doing directly on your business, I simply can’t work with a larger crowd. (And since there’s no sales pitching either, your time is going to be incredibly productive.)
And if you’re of the 25 people who attend, then get excited. Because I’m going to do everything I can, to make sure this is going to be the best thing you’ve ever done for yourself. You can register here, at:
Now go sell something, Craig Garber
P.S. Don’t forget the $1,000 Early-Bird Discount expires on 12/1/08: http://www.kingofcopy.com/adwriting