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linwoodali636 saved this page on 03/16/2013 10:11pm

Tip #1, you almost never need the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Go back and look at a piece of copy that you have written, whether it be an email auto-responder sequence or a long copy sales letter or whatever it happens to be. Go back, look and you will notice that the words ‘the’ and ‘than’ are almost never used. It just actually makes your sentences a whole lot wordier and is not needed because you can relay the exact same message and get the same point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is to read classics written by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have written. In fact, just Google their names, take note and let it soak in. The best way that you can learn how to do something is to watch or mimic someone who already knows what they are doing, that is the best way that you can pick up a new skill and it applies the same to copywriting.

nickcharles saved this page on 02/23/2013 10:47pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and copy they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

bikenike saved this page on 02/23/2013 10:48pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

oliverpook saved this page on 02/24/2013 03:33am

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same to

nownzen saved this page on 02/28/2013 07:15am

Tip #1, you almost never need the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Go back and look at a piece of copy that you have written, whether it be an email auto-responder sequence or a long copy sales letter or whatever it happens to be. Go back, look and you will notice that the words ‘the’ and ‘than’ are almost never used. It just actually makes your sentences a whole lot wordier and is not needed because you can relay the exact same message and get the same point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is to read classics written by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they have written. In fact, just Google their names, take note and let it soak in. The best way that you can learn how to do something is to watch or mimic someone who already knows what they are doing, that is the best way that you can pick up a new skill and it applies the same to copywriting.

yrft6941t saved this page on 03/03/2013 12:56am

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

camron04 saved this page on 03/05/2013 04:01pm

Tip #1, you hardly ever require words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return back and look at an item of copy that you've written, whether it is a contact auto-responder sequence or even a long copy sales copy or whatever it is actually. Return back, look and you may realize that the language ‘the’ and ‘than’ are hardly ever used. It really actually makes your sentences a lot wordier and is not needed since relay the same message and acquire the identical point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is always to read classics published by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, every one of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they've got written. In reality, just Google their names, take notice and allow it soak in. The most effective way you could discover ways to take action is always to watch or mimic somebody who already knows what they are doing, this is the simplest way you could grab a fresh skill plus it applies the identical to copywriting.

jeffrules saved this page on 03/05/2013 10:17pm

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same

andrew9debiew saved this page on 03/05/2013 10:27pm

Tip #1, you hardly ever require words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return back and look at an item of copy that you've written, whether it is a contact auto-responder sequence or even a long copy sales copy or whatever it is actually. Return back, look and you may realize that the language ‘the’ and ‘than’ are hardly ever used. It really actually makes your sentences a lot wordier and is not needed since relay the same message and acquire the identical point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is always to read classics published by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, every one of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've got written. In reality, just Google their names, take notice and allow it soak in. The most effective way you could discover ways to take action is always to watch or mimic somebody who already knows what they are doing, this is the simplest way you could grab a fresh skill plus it applies the identical to copywriting.

ojhnb46z saved this page on 03/19/2013 02:08am

Tip #1, you hardly ever require words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return back and look at an item of copy that you've written, whether it is a contact auto-responder sequence or even a long copy sales copy or whatever it is actually. Return back, look and you may realize that the language ‘the’ and ‘than’ are hardly ever used. It really actually makes your sentences a lot wordier and is not needed since relay the same message and acquire the identical point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is always to read classics published by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, every one of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've got written. In reality, just Google their names, take notice and allow it soak in. The most effective way you could discover ways to take action is always to watch or mimic somebody who already knows what they are doing, this is the simplest way you could grab a fresh skill plus it applies the identical to copywriting.

pnidoc saved this page on 03/06/2013 07:14am

Tip #1, you hardly ever require words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return back and look at an item of copy that you've written, whether it is a contact auto-responder sequence or even a long copy sales copy or whatever it is actually. Return back, look and you may realize that the language ‘the’ and ‘than’ are hardly ever used. It really actually makes your sentences a lot wordier and is not needed since relay the same message and acquire the identical point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is always to read classics published by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, every one of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've got written. In reality, just Google their names, take notice and allow it soak in. The most effective way you could discover ways to take action is always to watch or mimic somebody who already knows what they are doing, this is the simplest way you could grab a fresh skill plus it applies the identical to copywriting.

wtskinnyj saved this page on 03/06/2013 10:10pm

Tip #1, you almost never need the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Go back and look at a piece of copy that you have written, whether it be an email auto-responder sequence or a long copy sales letter or whatever it happens to be. Go back, look and you will notice that the words ‘the’ and ‘than’ are almost never used. It just actually makes your sentences a whole lot wordier and is not needed because you can relay the exact same message and get the same point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is to read classics written by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have written. In fact, just Google their names, take note and let it soak in. The best way that you can learn how to do something is to watch or mimic someone who already knows what they are doing, that is the best way that you can pick up a new skill and it applies the same to copywriting.

oclean56gurl92d saved this page on 03/06/2013 10:39pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

plasticguy saved this page on 03/22/2013 12:24am

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

ping08b saved this page on 03/22/2013 08:15am

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same t

marc-83 saved this page on 03/07/2013 11:06am

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same

gntsam saved this page on 03/07/2013 01:43pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

maclig saved this page on 03/07/2013 09:33pm

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same to

phl2004 saved this page on 03/07/2013 10:08pm

Tip #1, you hardly ever require words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return back and look at an item of copy that you've written, whether it is a contact auto-responder sequence or even a long copy sales copy or whatever it is actually. Return back, look and you may realize that the language ‘the’ and ‘than’ are hardly ever used. It really actually makes your sentences a lot wordier and is not needed since relay the same message and acquire the identical point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is always to read classics published by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, every one of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've got written. In reality, just Google their names, take notice and allow it soak in. The most effective way you could discover ways to take action is always to watch or mimic somebody who already knows what they are doing, this is the simplest way you could grab a fresh skill plus it applies the identical to copywriting.

ThesisWritingUk saved this page on 03/07/2013 11:02pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

carmenguriya saved this page on 03/16/2013 05:38am

Tip #1, you hardly ever require words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return back and look at an item of copy that you've written, whether it is a contact auto-responder sequence or even a long copy sales copy or whatever it is actually. Return back, look and you may realize that the language ‘the’ and ‘than’ are hardly ever used. It really actually makes your sentences a lot wordier and is not needed since relay the same message and acquire the identical point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is always to read classics published by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, every one of the legendary copywriters; read letters and duplicate they've got written. In reality, just Google their names, take notice and allow it soak in. The most effective way you could discover ways to take action is always to watch or mimic somebody who already knows what they are doing, this is the simplest way you could grab a fresh skill plus it applies the identical to copywriting.

xlabu02f saved this page on 03/16/2013 10:24pm

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same to

iamsoul70 saved this page on 03/18/2013 02:54pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and copy they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

jamesbrown1710 saved this page on 03/18/2013 10:05pm

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and copy they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same to cop

edgarlangdon1 saved this page on 03/19/2013 02:49am

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and copy they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

abby3399 saved this page on 03/21/2013 11:53am

Tip #1, you almost never need the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Go back and look at a piece of copy that you have written, whether it be an email auto-responder sequence or a long copy sales letter or whatever it happens to be. Go back, look and you will notice that the words ‘the’ and ‘than’ are almost never used. It just actually makes your sentences a whole lot wordier and is not needed because you can relay the exact same message and get the same point across using slightly different words. Tip #2 is to read classics written by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have written. In fact, just Google their names, take note and let it soak in. The best way that you can learn how to do something is to watch or mimic someone who already knows what they are doing, that is the best way that you can pick up a new skill and it applies the same to copywriting.

keiramackaness saved this page on 03/22/2013 10:10pm

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and copy they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same to cop

lizzietajiri744 saved this page on 03/22/2013 10:29pm

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and copy they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

utimm39u saved this page on 03/23/2013 08:01am

Tip #1, you seldom have to have the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Turn back and check out some copy which you have written, whether a message auto-responder sequence or possibly a long copy copy writing or whatever it really is. Turn back, look and you will probably recognize that the text ‘the’ and ‘than’ are seldom used. It actually makes your sentences a tremendous amount wordier and isn't needed since you relay the identical message and have precisely the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 is usually to read classics authored by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, each of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they have got written. The truth is, just Google their names, please note and allow it to go soak in. The simplest way that one could figure out how to take a step is usually to watch or mimic someone that already knows what they're doing, which is the best method that one could pick-up a whole new skill and yes it applies precisely the same to

shoptildrop19 saved this page on 03/24/2013 02:45am

Tip #1, you rarely require the words ‘the’ and ‘than’. Return and check out a bit of copy you have written, may it be an e-mail auto-responder sequence or perhaps a long copy sales page or whatever it is. Return, look and you'll observe that what ‘the’ and ‘than’ are rarely used. It simply actually makes your sentences a great deal wordier and isn't needed since you can relay the very same message and obtain exactly the same way using slightly different words. Tip #2 would be to read classics compiled by Gary Halbert, John Carlton, Clayton Makepeace, all of the legendary copywriters; read letters and replica they've written. Actually, just Google their names, be aware and allow it to soak in. The easiest way that you could learn to make a move would be to watch or mimic somebody that already knows what they're doing, that's the easiest way that you could get a brand new skill also it applies exactly the same to copywriting.

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