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How to build unique sales page every time?

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How to build unique sales page every time?

Postby viking91 » Thu Jun 14, 2018 4:14 am

There is no creativity anymore. People write same sales letter just by rewriting the old one. How do you guys build unique sales page everytime? Don't you guys fear of plagiarizing?

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Re: How to build unique sales page every time?

Postby white knight » Thu Jun 14, 2018 4:17 am

Its not the fact that people are not willing to build unique sales page but the fact is that it can't be built everytime. And also if you are promoting a specific product then how can you make one sales pitch more unique than the other?

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Re: How to build unique sales page every time?

Postby davidsmith21 » Fri Jul 06, 2018 6:32 am

Here’s a table of contents so you can navigate them easily:

Understand Your Audience
Create a Value Proposition
Get the Price Right
Determine the Right Length
Nail the Headline and Subheadings
Describe Your Product
Show the Benefit of the Benefit
Get the Language Right
Handle Objections
Prove Visitors Can Trust You
Incorporate Images and Video
Make Your Copy Scannable

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Re: How to build unique sales page every time?

Postby viking91 » Sat Jul 07, 2018 3:09 am

davidsmith21 wrote:Here’s a table of contents so you can navigate them easily:

Understand Your Audience
Create a Value Proposition
Get the Price Right
Determine the Right Length
Nail the Headline and Subheadings
Describe Your Product
Show the Benefit of the Benefit
Get the Language Right
Handle Objections
Prove Visitors Can Trust You
Incorporate Images and Video
Make Your Copy Scannable


What do you mean by "Make your copy scannable"?

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Re: How to build unique sales page every time?

Postby richardmsmith » Fri Jul 13, 2018 9:21 am

In your initial conversations with a prospective client, the focus of your conversation should be on your potential client’s needs, wants and desires. Your product or service should take a back seat to what they need.

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