Actually, there’s more than one.
But, one of the most important skills I learned during my years as a massage therapist was how to sell without resorting to hard-pressure selling tactics.
There’s 7 major objections to overcome with massage therapy — none of which can be beaten by a hard sell.
“I love helping other people succeed. More importantly, I’m looking for a few well-qualified clients that I can help take their business to the next level.”
As your marketing consultant and copywriter, that’s exactly what my mission is: Give you online or offline marketing that sells the benefits of owning your product (or service) without triggering your prospects’ B.S. detectors.
Your marketing can’t sound like someone is banging on a trash can lid with a metal spoon in your prospect’s ear as they are trying to read it… or you will lose the sale.
Done correctly, your marketing — offline or online — should remind your prospects of the problems they are dealing with… how your product or service can help… and everything they will gain by buying from you.
It should be easy for them to read… perhaps even tell them a story to boot.
It should be easy for them to read… perhaps even tell them a story to boot.
Most of my client projects come from current clients hiring to write even more of their marketing and new prospects that have been referred to me.
Quite simply, you don’t get repeat business or even referrals if you don’t produce results for your clients.
What types of results could I produce for you and your business?
- The secret methods to turning under performing marketing into profit-producing sales streams (It’s easier than you think!)
- How to get more customers than ever before while spending less on marketing and advertising!
- How to turn your next product launch into a mega-success…
- My powerful 1-2 marketing combo – proven to produce maximum results in minimal time!
- The secret to taking sleeping inactive customers and turn them into buying-crazed customers (Works for almost every inactive customer too!)
I help my clients quickly identify the marketing or advertising that are acting like a profit-draining dog and convert them into a cash-register ringing diamond mine.
A lot of copywriters and marketing consultants talk a good game until their copy underperforms. Then suddenly, you can’t get them on the phone or even a reply by email.
I want to reassure that’s not how I run my business. I want to see every one of my client projects succeed.
I’m here for the long haul and I never back down from a challenge.
So I’ll start with reviewing your project’s marketing plan and advising you on any short-comings or deficiencies I might see.
In order to produce the best bang for your marketing buck, it takes more than great copy so I’ll help you set the stage for producing better results right from the start.
In terms of the copy that I write… In the rare event that my copy doesn’t convert as well as we both had hoped, I’ll take it apart. I’ll look for any holes where we could have lost conversions. I’ll rewrite any or all of the copy that needs to be reworked in order to work correctly.
Then I’ll examine the marketing that was used with a fine tooth comb too. You’ll have my exact analysis of where things went off-track and my expert advice on how to correct the under performing campaign.
And here’s where the rubber meets the road…
Based on my current consulting fees, this is easily worth thousands of dollars but it’s yours free of charge as a value-added service for my clients.
That’s how I believe in taking care of my clients.
In other words…
That’s my promise to you IF you decide to become one of my valued clients.
Sometimes making the decision to work with a marketing consultant or copywriter can be nerve-racking.
Unless you’ve worked with them before, you’re nervous about how good (or bad) they may truly be.
But I want to put your mind to ease – or at least as much as I am able to. And that’s why I going to take most of the risk off of your shoulders and put it squarely onto mine.
Here’s what I mean…
As a full-time copywriter since October 2006, I’ve written copy for many clients — including well-known marketers like Mike Capuzzi, Jason James, Brad Callen, and Anik Singal. There’s plenty more clients that you probably wouldn’t recognize their names unless they were in the same niche as you.
Some of my clients have made me take a professional vow of silence. They don’t want anyone else knowing who writes their copy because it might mean I become too busy to write for them. Others don’t want the world to know exactly how much money my copy pulls in for their business.
For example, one of my direct mail marketing pieces produced over $100K in just 4 weeks but due to signing a non-disclosure agreement I can not reveal any of the details of that project.
Another one of my clients hired me on a six month retainer to write all of his copy and advise him on his marketing. Yet another client hired me to write a salesletter for their product and then stay on for another year, testing and tweaking it for maximum profits.
I could tell you more stories like these ones but I think you get the point — I’m a busy full-time professional copywriter and I charge for my services accordingly.
My existing clients say the marketing and sales copy I’ve written for them is worth far more than what they paid me to create it.
But I’m not in a rush to price myself out of most people’s financial reach.
The fact of the matter is I want to help business owners and entrepreneurs as I can… at least those who want to work with someone with my skills and expertise.
First, I need to hear about your project. I write my best when I’m working on a project that I’m truly interested in.
If it’s a project that I’m interested in, I’ll give you a quote. Otherwise, I’ll recommend another copywriter that you may want to contact instead.
To date, about 70% of the projects I’m offered I turn down because of topic or an unmeetable deadline.
Let’s face it: there are some topics that I wouldn’t want to spend dozens of hours researching, reading, and writing about… if you were in my shoes, would you?
Like any other top-notch copywriter or marketing consultant, I already have other client projects on my schedule.
As of now, that’s 4-6 weeks’ worth of bookings.
That leaves you with two choices.
The first option is to book your project at my first available opening. Simply use the form below and describe your project in some detail. I’ll get back to you, usually within 1 business day with an answer or even a full quote.
The second option is to pay a 50% rush fee, in addition to my quoted fee. The rush fee means I schedule your project as soon as possible, even if it means I have to postpone work on other paying projects or work nights/weekends and take time away from my family.
Either option gets you the copy you need written by a top pro at below market prices. It doesn’t matter whether it’s online or offline marketing … I’ve created winners in both categories.
But don’t wait to contact me. For starters, many of my current clients have booked additional projects with me, so I have very limited openings remaining for new clients.
If you snooze, then you will lose out on getting my professional help in the near future.
To get started, I recommend you use the contact page on this website and tell me what your marketing needs are. I will give you an exact quote, typically within 1 business day.
Fact: Writing a great sale letter marketing piece is extremely time-consuming…
It is perfectly normal to expect a copywriter to need 3-4 weeks to research the target market and create the right profit-producing sales copy for you.
If you are looking for a sales letter to be written within 1-2 weeks, then contact me for “urgent” copy prices that start at $8000.
I charge more for “urgent” copy because I either have to postpone work on other paying projects or work nights/weekends and take time away from my family.