Do you want to know the secret to writing copy 5x faster? And easier?
Then ask yourself this question…
How fast do you blast an email, or write a letter to a friend?
It’s fast right? Wickedly fast.
That’s the secret to writing sales copy 5x faster and 10x easier.
It’s Writing Just Like You’re Writing To Your Best Friend.
Because – your best friend isn’t going to judge you.
You’re not going to be worried about what the neighbors think when you write this way.
Suddenly, there’s no stress, and writer’s block is just an afterthought. A bad memory.
And, when you write this way in your sales copy? A funny thing happens abruptly.
Suddenly you write 5x faster. You write 10x more. It’s faster, your words flow, and it’s actually fun to write.
And your readers… They’re going to eat it up like a 10 day feast.
Imagine how that would feel? If writing your sales letter brought a big fat smile to your face?
There Are Side Effects To Writing This Way…
Because every single piece of content connects more and more with your end users.
Suddenly, you could care less what the gurus think.
Heck… The gurus won’t like the way you write.
But guess what? The gurus are NOT your target market. Forget about them.
Let them disparage you, get mad, and just let it roll off as you never buy their stuff again. You won’t need them.
Instead? Focus on your market. Your demographic. Your avatar. Your friends.
Your target market… They’re people just like you. They’ll connect to your words like glue.
You’ll even get a “Dead simple” copywriting template that I’ve used to get thousands of students.
Sounds Crazy Right?
How would an IT nerd like me teach YOU how to write copy?
Well… I just did.
Write like you’re talking to a friend… And be yourself.
Talk later, and please have an awesome day
Mike “Breakaway Speed” DeVincent
I bet my words are strewn with ridiculous amounts of grammatical errors.
But, it doesn’t matter.
Because I’m just writing to you. My buddy.
You don’t mind if my grammar sucks… Do you?
Something to think about.
Have a great weekend!
With warm regards
Mike “The Grammatical Mistake” DeVincent