I’m not a big believer in blindly following maxims, but whenever I do something, there’s one question I always ask…
How many boxes does this tick?
I’ve talked about the benefits of becoming a box ticker before so with that in mind, I want to share something that could be useful to you for TWO different reasons:
I’m writing a brand new sales page from scratch and thought I’d record myself so I can share what I’m thinking every step of the way.
That way, if you’re ever writing your own sales page, you can “follow along” with me – saving yourself a whole bunch of time and hassle.
Well, you’ll see number two when you check out the video. 😉
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Whether I “kill two birds with one stone” with this series remains to be seen, but if you’re looking for an “inside” peek at my sales page writing process…
… so you use it to sell more stuff WITHOUT struggling…
… or having to spend hours trapped behind the keyboard…
ALSO: not to be THAT guy or anything but…
It’s only fair I let you know…
There’s a certain element of scarcity to this.
I won’t go into details now, but here’s a clue…
If you have any questions after watching the video, hit reply and let me know.
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P.S. Even if you don’t plan on writing your own sales page, I think you’ll find it worthwhile checking out this weird project of mine.
There’s a reason I ALWAYS advise business owners to create a sales page… even if no one ever sees it.
Writing a sales page forces you to get clear on your offer.
Not only that, it ticks a fair few other boxes too.
Writing a sales page gives you:
- An insight into your audience – their pain points, desires, struggles, and dreams
- Email topics to help promote it to your most valuable asset (your list)
- Oodles (yes, OODLES!) of content for social media posts.
Your sales page is a marketing goldmine… so click the ugly looking link below and I’ll show you how to find your golden vein*:
* Sounds a bit rude, doesn’t it? ‘Tisn’t. Promise.