Jim Edwards

Copywriting Secrets

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What if you could sell anything to anyone?
Nobody is born knowing how to sell. But the truth is, you can learn how to sell more . . . a LOT more . . . when you discover the right words that make people buy.
Copywriting is selling. Whether online, offline, in video, direct mail, on Facebook, or from the stage, copywriting is how you put words together that make people click, call, or pull out their wallets and buy from you.
Whether you’re a coach, author, “funnel hacker”, ecommerce seller, or real estate agent, your ability to create sales copy that drives people to buy determines your paycheck, your lifestyle, and your family’s future.
In the fast-paced, attention-starved, social media driven world of business today, two facts about your ability to create sales messages (copywriting) stand out:
Fact #1: Great Copywriting = Incredible lifestyle, plenty of money, and freedom!
Fact #2: Poor Copywriting = Struggle forever and die poor!
Putting The Right Words On Paper And Online
Is The Single Most Profitable Skill Everyone Can Learn.
This book teaches you street-smart copywriting, which means this book teaches you how to get results today. (Because we all need to make more sales today . . . not tomorrow, not next week!)
If you’ve tried to write ads, emails, and sales letters for your business before and failed, this book is for you. If you need to make more sales—no matter what you sell or who you sell it to—this book is for you.
Bottom Line: If you want to make a lot more money, have a lot more time off, and enjoy a lot more freedom, this book is for you . . . especially if you’re not making as many sales as you want to right now.
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    Also, operating from the standpoint of “How can I help people?” instead of “How can I sell people?” “How can I add value to the point people want to pay me? So they feel compelled to pay me? Or feel guilty if they don’t pay me?” Those are great questions to ask
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