In the previous lesson we talked about how to write a sales letter. But what if you don’t want to do your own copywriting?
No problem! You can outsource it…
(Watch this video…)
1) Freelancer websites
Expect to pay $100 – $1000
Advantage = Cheap
Disadvantage = Lower quality
Tips for hiring a copywriter from a freelancer site:
-Use an English speaker from an English speaking country (or native to your language).
-Be very clear about what you need. (Idea: tell them to sign up for these lessons and watch #51)
-Get samples of sales letters they’ve written (not just writing samples).
-Check for plagiarism (www.google.com, www.copyscape.com, www.scanmyessay.com)
2) Hire a known copywriter
Expect to pay $300 to $25,000+
Gurus: John Carlton, Michel Fortin, Vin Montello, Ray Edwards, Mike Morgan, etc.
Some top Internet Marketing copywriters: Kevin Rogers, Jesse Forrest, David Raybould, Matthew O’Connor, John Hostler, Chris Elliott, Eric Holmlund 😉 and hundreds more.
Here is a list of copywriters from the Warrior Forum: Copywriter directory
UPDATE: Unfortunately, I am no longer recommending the copywriter mentioned in the video. Although his service seems to be a good value for the cost, I’ve received a few complaints about it, which were not resolved in a satisfactory manner. The old saying still holds true… you get what you pay for.
3) Find a good sales letter and ask who wrote it.
Look at well-ranked products on the Clickbank marketplace: http://www.clickbank.com/marketplace.htm
4) Partner with a copywriter
-Offer up to half of your profits.
-Works best if you’re an expert in your niche and you have a great product.
1) Get your sales letter done.
Once you’ve got your sales letter done, it’s time to get it online and start making sales. We’ll be talking about payment solutions in the next lesson.
As always, you are welcome to post your questions and comments below.
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