If you have a question about my sales letter copywriting service, then I hope I’ve been able to answer it below. If not, feel free to get in touch via the contact form, or send me an email at email@example.com, and I will get back to you as soon as I can.
How much do you charge for a sales letter?
My prices vary depending on the complexity of the project (and therefore how much research is required), the length of the sales letter, and of course, your deadline. For instance, if you want it in 2 days, I would naturally have to charge a little more! For those reasons, I don’t list my prices on the website. If you’d like a quote, please contact me with the details and I’ll get back to you within 24 hours.
No portfolio, Nick?
Yep, I’ve got one alright, but it’s not on here! It takes too much time, effort and money to constantly update my portfolio. I’d rather spend my time writing sales copy and helping business owners like you, rather than continually messing around with my website! So if you’d like to see any of my samples, please visit my Facebook page at http://facebook.com/nickcobb.copywriter (friend me first!) and take a look at the photos page. All of my sales letters are on there, with links to the live web pages. Alternatively, if you’d like to see the original Word documents, give me a shout and I’ll send them over. And if there’s anything else you want to see, just ask!
What type of products/markets do you write sales letters for?
I’ve been a professional sales letter copywriter for many, many years now, and as a result, I have extensive experience in a wide variety of different niches. These include make money online (and everything associated with it), health and fitness, real estate, self-help, nutrition, gaming, dating, software, muscle building, teeth whitening, PC repair, acne, domain flipping, weight loss, forex trading, yoga, etc. Seriously, the list goes on and on! And even if I haven’t written for your niche before, I will research it extensively so that prior to writing your sales letter, I will know your industry, and your market inside out!
If I hire you to write my sales letter, what is the process?
Firstly, I’d require a 50% deposit before I start the work. Once I receive that, I’ll need you to provide a few details about your product, the price you want to sell it for, any testimonials you have that will help it to sell, and things like that. I have a client questionnaire that you can fill in, but simply sending the information over to me via email is fine.
What exactly will I receive in terms of the finished product?
Your sales letter will be delivered via a formatted Word document, which will show you exactly how I think the copy, testimonials, images etc, should be laid out on the page. Depending on what’s been agreed, I may also be able to provide you with copy for email promotions, squeeze pages, upsells and the like, although these additional components will obviously cost more.
How do you work?
As I’ve said on the home page and the about me page, my aim is to always do the best possible job for my clients, because if I don’t, you probably won’t come back! In short, if you’re not happy, I’m not happy. And I really mean that.
What if I’m not satisfied with the sales letter?
You will be! As I said above, I will try my very best to make sure that you’re 100% satisfied with the copy that I send you. And if you’re not, I will keep working on it until you are. That’s my personal guarantee to all of my clients.
How do I know that your sales letter copywriting converts?
Naturally, every direct response copywriter will say that their sales copy converts brilliantly. But can they prove it? I have written for some of the biggest online entrepreneurs in the world, including Simon Coulson, Jo Han Mok, Ewen Chia, Alex Jeffreys, Mark Anastasi, Alex Goad, Bryan McConnahea, Brian G Johnson, and many more besides. Most (if not all) of these guys make seven figure sums each year. And then there are all the “lesser” known marketers I’ve worked with who make six figure sums every year! If my copy didn’t convert, do you think they’d come back to me, again and again? What’s more, I have conversion figures on file for many different projects, which can be corroborated by the clients themselves.
How is payment made, and do you require a deposit?
I always require a 50% deposit prior to starting the sales letter. The remainder can be paid on completion. Money can either be paid into my business bank account or into my PayPal account.