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Write effective sales letters and pages that work (with examples)
You have a good thing to buy, don't you? Well, now you have to put this on line and resell it. Normally you will publish it on a so called "Sales Letter" (or a "Sales Page" if you are old-school). Sales letter" is just a website that tries to persuade someone to buy a certain item.
There are many bits and pieces a great commercial letter needs, so just freeze out about 7 min and check through my boyfriend. Now you can provide a good service that they really need (good). So you can sell a really wanted item (good). It is possible for them to provide a service that makes their lives better. So you can provide a solution that will solve a question they had (well).
There is a way they can provide a good solution that might make their futures much better. Humans generally don't like being oversold or pressurized to buy something they might repent of later. Used vehicle sellers and time-share property sellers have a poor image because they are known to use high-pressure sales strategies and usually try to promote a sales even if it is not in the best interest of the purchaser.
If, for example, you were a sales site trying to resell a shabby "Work-From-Home And Make A Million Dollars A Day" item that doesn't really work......then you would probably end up using a fraudulent sales site tactic: However, if you are legally reselling a great looking item, the aim of your market should be to inform the customer...not just try to do it!
When you are reselling a franchise, the best way to resell is to train your clients. Well, now that we've clarified that, let's address some frequent sales page questions: Do not think of an advertising letter in relation to length. Doing what you are trying to do with a sales page is installing the "reasoning" that someone should buy your products....... into the customer's mind.
When your produkt is easy and evident (like a t-shirt), you don't need much copy. So if the price of the products is high and not very evident (e.g. a continuing education program) you will need a great deal of room to understand this. So, how long should your sales letter last? When you try to resell a cheap and ordinary article, then you don't have to resell much.
All you need to know to sell this article is the scissor shown in the packaging, because it is a cheaper article and it is common knowledge what shears do. Let us assume, however, that you are trying to offer something more costly and less apparent, which are the advantages. For example, Derek Halpern of Social Triggers has released a Derek Halpern blog named That Converts several time a year.
It' an upscale ( $1,000+) and timeconsuming (3+ months) item, so of course there are MUCH issues about it that folks have and it needs some explanation. Derek has been creating a really long sales page for the Derek products because there is a bunch to explain before $1,000+ is dropped on the products by folks.
Because of the length of this site, it was a real bad dream to even get a big picture before he took it down! Actually the sales side is quite nice in the fact that it is THE EXCELLENT SMALL LOOKING. The sales side is very long, but also very efficient. It must take quite a long time because of the amount of explanations it needs to get folks to appreciate the value.
Whilst this sales page may seem discouragingly long, it is actually relatively easy to dismantle it into its constituent parts. So for example, I went through the entire Derek sales page and divided it into 30 different sections: All 30 segments of Derek's selling side: If you disassemble them into their parts, this selling side is not so complex.
But when you beat these 30 contents together, it looks long and amazing. Thats the thing about a sale page, it's just a bundle of small bits of contents being put together. There is not a single "right way" to write an advertising letter, but there are some common practice.
Here is about the way in which most sales pages are organized. Indeed, if you just take the items in the drawer below an outlet and fill out each section, you'll have a great sales page right away! Good copywriters should not "just begin to write a sales page" without making plans. SUPPORTS spending 3 whole day typing a sales page and then realizing that it's too big to reorganize and fuse.
Just make a high-level overview, then fill out the section and BAM! You have a full promotional letter! So I would create a sales page overview for a counterfeit item named "GoogWord". YOU' DONE WITH THE WHOLE COPY FOR YOUR SALES PAGE! If you divide it into easy moves like these, the concept of creating a giant sales page becomes much less intimidating.
Â This really does help to make the copy really tough because you're not banking on a "pretty page" to make the sales letter look good......... but rather focus hard on the contents. Most of my sales pages are for Software As A Service (SaaS) Business. It' s because instead of having to write a lot of text, you can just show the products in action!
100 percent of the elapsed on a SaaS sales page I suggest using either a videotape or gif's to show the item in action. Humans buy software-like goods because the programme or services do exactly what the client wants. When you can quickly show that the item does what your clients want, you don't need to take 10 pages of text to tell them why they should buy it.
Even if you're talking about a SaaS solution, folks often buy because certain features...so just name them! They can distract you with all these glossy items to integrate them into your sales page, but in the end you're just trying to convey information in someone else's brain:
Movie = Best to show your application in use. It' s fantastic because it's like a movie without having to tear away guys from the sales side (especially on portable devices). A good sales letter is always based on copying (unless you have a company running your own media service (SaaS), then a narrow first place is the video).
You can use them to boost your sales conversations. Each page on which you end up for a Amazon item is a sales page. Amazonia gives you all the information you need about a particular item. The basic aim of these Amazon "sales pages" is to provide customers with information about what the products can do for them.
That is what your sales page should also communicate. AppSumo has also placed the sales pages on AppSumo pages. At least 70% of the training and at most 30% of the turnover would be invested: Normally on a sales page, you want them to take ONE ACT. No matter what it is, everything on your side should make her do this ONE ACT.
I assume since you're posting a sales page, you're trying to make a sale. It is possible that you are reselling three different version of a product: Three Tiered Pricing is by far the best way to place this on a sales side. More than three choices and you could begin to confuse them.
There are three different prices to make sure that price-sensitive consumers still buy, but also those who are willing to pay more to buy a bigger (and more expensive) one. Here is a list of prices from the Zero To Launch sales page of Ramit Sethi: Here is a list of prices from another place I have no clue about where I took a screenshots in my migration file:
Knowing these principals, I trust this will help you better understanding the sales pages and letters! Upload this complete sales letter for your own files: