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--You’re launching a new website, and your home page is blander than wet crackers
--You need some killer blogs or articles that don’t read like a textbook or a flowery 17th century novel
--Your loyal blog readers are hitting “unsubscribe” after the first message from your mailing list
--You’ve got “the next big thing” in your industry, but whenever you hunch over your keyboard, trying to make a magic sales letter sprout from your fingertips…you get stuck
--Tons of people are signing up for your blog...
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I’m Nick Bandy, and I'm going to help you smash the obstacles blocking the growth of your business.
A savvy person like yourself already knows how writing can inject your business with a potent dose of persuasion and authority.
Anybody can toss together a website, blog post, or sales letter in an hour and call it a business (and many do). But that’s only because writing REALLY well takes effort. Most of the time, you wind up with piss-poor copy that:
--Is all style and no substance. Effective copy isn’t a novel, and shouldn’t be full of your favorite Dickens quotes and massive words.
--Is peppered with so much technical mumbo-jumbo that it looks more like a training manual than a sales letter or landing page.
--Your writing professor would approve of. Use incomplete sentences. Even. Just. One. Word. Gizmos and doodads and other made-up stuff. What Professor Smith hated, readers approve.
--Puts your poor reader to sleep. People are bored! Ease their pain, don’t add to it. Even the stuffiest accounting blog should be entertaining.
--Doesn’t tell the customer a damn thing about what’s in it for them.
That’s what I’m here for. I’m the expert that wrestles the writing process into submission so you don’t have to get your hands dirty.
If you’ve never worked with a professional copywriter before, then toss everything you know about writing out the window.
People want to read ads that speak to their deepest, darkest fears and desires.
They want to read blogs that add...
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