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please professional copy writers say a word or two on this

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by safeenaat1, Dec 13, 2016.

  1. safeenaat1

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    It's obvious you are not a native English speaker. And that's fine. But all the glaring typos and highlighted paragraphs makes this seem super unprofessional. Not only that but at certain parts you just ramble. I found it hard to read and honestly, I wouldn't touch it with a 39.5ft pole.

    On the other hand, I do admire that you are targeting a specific group of people. And you are showing them how to get commissions from programs that don't accept your country. That's probably one of your strongest points; you're showing them how to get over a hurdle that can seriously stop them from making money.

    My advice to you is to pay someone to rewrite this for you in English. Someone who knows what they're doing.
     
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    wow, i am very greatfull for this. thanks added. i will surely do as you instruct. i want to collect ideas first. what will the estimated cost of rewriting it look like?
     
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    You can spend as little, or as much as you want on professional copywriting, but be prepared to pay some serious $$$ for a top level copywriter.

    A professional sales copywriter will charge at least $1000 for a sales page of that size, and I have seen them charge waaaay more
     
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    to write or rewrite? i do not care about its size. it can be much smaller as long as it can stimulate people to act. thanks dear
     
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    thanks added. you did not review and post your observations about the page
     
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    Rewriting it will cost about as much as writing it from scratch.

    A professional copywriter isn't going to just reword that. They're going to ask you a bunch of questions like who you're targeting, what your sales goals are, what the purpose of your product is, where you got the idea, etc. And he's going to need to review the product if he really wants to highlight its strong points.

    Then, after he gets all that info, he's going to scrap that copy and do it from scratch. And yes, it will cost you some money to get a professional.

    If you pay someone cheap, you're going to regret it. You need to figure out the maximum you can afford to spend, then try to work something out. Or save up and hire a copywriter.
     
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    i just cant stop thanking you. thanks very much bro. i will consider all that you have said. what is the most profitable form of traffic you think will be suitable for advertising that? either paid or free?
     
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    more professional copywriters please your views are needed
     
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    professionals in the house your inputs are highly welcomed
     
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    This is down to personal preference. I prefer paid traffic, but some people swear by free traffic. You can always split test and see what works best for you.
     
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    thanks bro. do you have any recommendation of paid traffic that you tested and think it is worth it?