Recorded: June 29th, 2011
Autoresponder expert Jay White shares the checklist he uses to write stronger, more effective email messages.
Have you ever found yourself cruising smoothly through a good book, or an engaging piece of copy, and then — WHAM — it’s like you hit a brick wall? This “eye stutter” means there’s something in the copy that literally stops the eye from going any further, like a weird word, phrase, or formatting issue. Find out how you can avoid “eye stutter” and write smoother, easier-to-read emails.
Recorded: April 7th, 2011
Got the “chops” but not the work? In this informative webinar, Autoresponder Apprentice author Jay White reveals his easy, step by step method for getting lucrative, high paying clients to virtually line up for your autoresponder copywriting services. Simply follow this roadmap and you should have your first of many clients in the next 30 days…or less!
What sort of voice should you use in your marketing emails? The simple answer is to write in the same voice that your client would use. But, that isn’t always and easy thing to do. Check out Jay White’s advice on capturing your client’s unique voice for every email autoresponder project that you undertake.
Recorded: March 10th, 2011
In this informative webinar, Autoresponder Apprentice creator Jay White tackles one of the biggest concerns he hears from autoresponder copywriters: What “voice” should I use in my copy?
Jay White shows how to make your subject lines stand out and sizzle.
Recorded: September 15th, 2010
During this teleconference, Jay White reveals how he makes six-figures a year – without writing sales letters and how you too can quickly stake your claim in this highly lucrative copywriting market.
Autoresponder expert Jay White reveals how making a single change to your autoresponder copy can turn your readers from lukewarm onlookers into salivating buyers who can’t wait to give you their money for what you’re offering. This single technique when executed properly can make any copy you write perform better instantly.