Your Own Product In 1 Minute…

Posted June 14th, 2009 by Nelson Tan. Filed under MRR/PLR

Today will be remembered as the day that Internet Marketing changed forever!

Never before in history were you able to just “THINK” of a product and have it delivered to you in LESS than *one* minute.

Breakthroughs that make a REAL difference in peoples’ businesses rarely happen, and this is clearly one of them.

If you were given the power to click a button today and almost instantly find a product in *ANY* niche that you can sell as your own, that would obviously be HUGE right?

That is precisely what this new tool does for you.

It’s actually the largest, SEARCHABLE database of resell rights & private label rights products on the planet!

It is called Resell Rights Fortune and it opens its doors for a limited number of people TODAY.

Here is a small sample of the things Resell Rights Fortune will give you immediately:

– Get your own product in seconds
– Never pay for another product, ever (all the new products are bought for you)
– Make more profits faster
– Build a huge targeted list easily

Obviously this resource is going to give you a significant edge over the competition. It is like having access to all Resell Rights Products ever created or that will be created in the future.

I know you probably get a lot of e-mails hyping up the next “big thing”. If you dismiss this thinking its just another ho-hum offer, you’ll be making an enormous mistake.

It took the developer 14 months and over $54,300 to build this system and hunt down all the products.

Get all the details and join Resell Rights Fortune while you still can.

Does your sub-headline actually enhance your sales copy?

Posted June 14th, 2009 by Nelson Tan. Filed under Uncategorized

In copywriting, much attention was devoted to the art of crafting a terrific headline, which as you know has the largest font size in the sales copy and is normally in red.

Let’s talk about what comes after the main headline…the sub-headline for a while.

Did you know that your sub-headline serves as a hook to make your readers continue reading?

The sub-headline goes on to explore other benefits for your reader to continue reading which are not shared in the headline.

It helps to pull people in.

The sub-headline is generally smaller than the headline in font size (by 1), and is often differently colored too.

Black is a matching color for the sub-headline.

In short, you want to make your prospects feel that they owe it to themselves to read every line of your letter.

What do you think of this tip? Are you putting it into practice?

Have you noticed that they’re only minimum changes?

Sometimes it’s the smallest changes to a website that can have the biggest possible impact.

There are more copywriting tips in the 2 videos below. Enjoy watching!

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