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How to Write Amazingly Hypnotic Copy to Sell Your Stuff:                             Easily and Quickly                   ...
ContentsIntroduction ........................................................................................................
Tapping the Luminous Power of the Mind ......................................................................................
IntroductionIf youve ever starred despairingly at that blank white screen, utterly helpless to think of anything witty,int...
So while youre relaxing and engaging in the finer parts of life, your brain like a super-computer issubconsciously analyzi...
around, it’s structure became clear and in a relatively short time my report was written. After that, I justhad to flesh o...
Sorry, you may not get the Pulitzer Prize; but dont most famous authors become famous long after theyredead? Hmm, doesnt e...
Your Writing “Voice”It is said that only seven percent of communications is verbal, the actual words we use. The other 93p...
Now most humans run on a little more emotion (or passion) than ethics or reason. You have tounderstand that we act mostly ...
Smartly (or sneakily) done, you initially ask for one thing, knowing full well that what you really want issomething less ...
Things which are "new" and "improved" show social significance, keeping you up with the Jones, as itwere.Social Value = Wo...
"Only 50 copies available"        "Price goes up with every sale"These make prospects nearly crazy with lust for your prod...
New -- Its part of basic human makeup to seek novelty.        Save -- We all want to save something.        Safety -- This...
Freedom                                                    Memory        Grace                                            ...
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  2. 2. How to Write Amazingly Hypnotic Copy to Sell Your Stuff: Easily and Quickly By Curtis Burns http://www.internet victory.com Copyright 2012 Curtis Burns You may use this product for your own personal use You may give it away for promotional purposes You may not resell this report You may not change or delete any of its contents.Legal DisclaimerThis report has been researched and compiled with the intent to provide information for persons wishing to learn about making aprofit using various online and off line resources. Throughout the making of this consumer report, every effort has been made toensure the highest amount of accuracy and effectiveness for the techniques suggested by the author.The report may contain contextual as well as typographical mistakes. None of the information provided in this report constitutes awarranty of any kind, nor shall readers of this report rely solely on any such information or advice. All content, products, andservices are not to be considered as legal, financial, or professional advice and are to be used for personal use and informationpurposes only.This report makes no warranties or guarantees express or implied, as to the results provided by the strategies, techniques, andadvice presented in this report. The publishers of this report expressly disclaim any liability arising from any strategies,techniques, and advice presented in this report.The purpose of this report is to educate and guide. Neither the publisher nor the author warrant that the information containedwithin this report is free of omissions or errors and is fully complete. Furthermore, neither the publisher nor the author shall haveresponsibility or liability to any entity or person as a result of any loss or damage alleged to be caused or caused indirectly ordirectly by this report.http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 2 of 15
  3. 3. ContentsIntroduction ............................................................................................................................... ................... 5Research............................................................................................................................... ......................... 5Writing ............................................................................................................................... ........................... 6 The Cure for Writer’s Block....................................................................................................................... 6 “What’s In It For Me?” .............................................................................................................................. 7 Start Off With Your Best Shot ................................................................................................................... 7 Be Precise, Avoid Generalities .................................................................................................................. 7 Editing ............................................................................................................................... ........................ 7 A Simple Plan to Write Short Articles ....................................................................................................... 8 “It’s Easy” ............................................................................................................................... ................... 8 Be Open to Inspiration .............................................................................................................................. 8 Your Writing “Voice”............................................................................................................................... .. 9Presentation............................................................................................................................... ................... 9Persuasion............................................................................................................................... ...................... 9 Persuasion vs. Coercion ............................................................................................................................ 9 Emotions and the Four Major Fears ......................................................................................................... 9 Relevance ............................................................................................................................... ................. 10The Six Major Tactics and Strategies in Sales and Copywriting (Dr. Robert Cialdini) ................................. 10 1. Reciprocation ............................................................................................................................... ...... 10 2. Commitment and Consistency ........................................................................................................... 11 3. Social Proof ............................................................................................................................... ......... 11 4. Liking ............................................................................................................................... .................... 12 5. Scarcity ............................................................................................................................... ................. 12 6. Call to Action ............................................................................................................................... ....... 13The Power of Words ............................................................................................................................... .... 13http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 3 of 15
  4. 4. Tapping the Luminous Power of the Mind ............................................................................................. 13 Words that Have Amazing Persuasive Power......................................................................................... 13Summary ............................................................................................................................... ...................... 15http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 4 of 15
  5. 5. IntroductionIf youve ever starred despairingly at that blank white screen, utterly helpless to think of anything witty,interesting, or remotely readable for your articles, blog posts, sales pages, reports, or ebooks; I have greatnews for you. Writing is easy. If you have a system for doing your menial tasks like the dishes, you canhave a system that is effective, workable, and lucrative for creating captivating, persuasive, and readablecopy. There is no secret talent; its all in the execution of easily-understandable strategy.Further, there are certain tricks, "secret words" and tactics that will give you an extremely unfairadvantage over your unsuspecting reader. I lay them all out here in a simple, concise guide for your easyreference. You might want to have a copy close by to your computer at all times for quick reference. Iveeven created a shortened cheat sheet that you might want to laminate and have close to your computer asyou work.I break this guide up into five main sections: research, writing, presentation, persuasion, the six majorstrategies and tactics in sales and copywriting, and then a list of power words which will effectivelyturbo-charge your copy and easily get past any barriers in your prospects mind preventing him or herfrom pulling out their credit card and hitting "buy."The material I will present here is the results of my 30+ years research and experience as a writer; someof my personal tips, tricks, and observations; information from sources such as Napoleon Hill, RogerDawson, David J. Lieberman Ph.D, Brian Tracy, Robert Greene, all of whom I recommend you studyfurther. I am also indebted Dr. Robert Cialdini’s Six Points of Persuasion.Lets get right into it:ResearchFor whatever product of service that you offer, you need to understand implicitly the mind of the peoplewho need or desire what you have. You have to get inside their head, and do a little "psychicsurveillance."Understand that your mind is literally an organic computer; no machine is every going to approximate thepower, memory storage, and versatility of that little organ between your ears. The best way to put it touse with your product or service is to simply immerse your self in the subject matter for a period of acouple hours to a few days (or weeks perhaps).Do Internet searches, read forums, go to stores and look at the sections of the bookstore pertaining to thatsubject, buy a few magazines or books (new or used) on the subject. Spend some time viewing onlinevideos on the subject matter. Just take it all in, not necessarily trying to make sense of it as you go; justdrink it all in like a sponge.Then, take a break for a couple hours or a day or so. Just relax and dont worry about how youre going tostart writing articles and ads, etc. Just have some fun. (Hey, isnt having more fun what Internetmarketing is all about anyway?)http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 5 of 15
  6. 6. So while youre relaxing and engaging in the finer parts of life, your brain like a super-computer issubconsciously analyzing and making sense of this new info dump youve just put into it. So after youwake up the next day, or get back to the computer or writing pad after a few days, you will be simplyamazed at what comes out of your head with regards to how you can present, communicate and sell yourproduct or service.The key is to let go, relax. Let your amazing mind that the Universe created for you do its stuff.Bear in mind that the human mind is only good for concentrated work for about an hour at a time, give ortake. Like any muscle it will tire and fatigue after extended use, and you need to let it rest and bereplenished before you can resume using it. In other words, dont kill yourself with this project; spendinghours and hours on end like some fiendish mad scientist in his lab. Chances are that working like thatwill produce next to nothing, except more stress on you and your family.Now after some hours, day, etc.; sit down with a piece of paper or fire up your computer and open up anew document. Ask yourself just exactly what are my prospects problems, and how does he feel nothaving his problem solved? Literally pretend to be him/her, how do you feel inside?Congratulations, you are "locking in" to your prospect and you are on the road to success in sales withyour product and service. Now, I will be referring to this process again of you connecting with theprospect, as it is important for an amazing reason. But now you are ready for the next step. I hope yourehaving some fun along the way to.WritingEffective writing evolves; it takes time and doesnt come in a day perfectly formed. The most amazingcomputer tool I have ever found in writing is the outlining capability of word processors. Sadly, there arenot many products available that do this very well, except for Microsoft Word, which I advise you to buya copy of.The Cure for Writer’s BlockThat agonizing blank white screen can be pretty intimidating. Ive been a writer for years and it is still adaunting thing, but there is a secret weapon against it:Just start, write whatever comes into your mind, in any order or any particular way it comes out of you.Get it all down with your outlining tool. When you feel youve gotten all of your thoughts down; take abreak, relax. Rest your weary mind. Its been hard, but now you have something malleable to work withon your computer.With an outliner, you can move blocks of text around in any fashion; and if you do it long enough anorder will start to appear to your text, and suddenly you are going to have a good idea of how to presentyour ideas. This may take a few days of focused effort, but you will be amazed and quite proud ofyourself with what youve just hammered out.In fact writing this very report you’re reading started out as a huge block of text in outline form, and I wasnot very happy because I had no idea how to put this thing together. Yet, I just started moving texthttp://www.Internet Victory.com Page 6 of 15
  7. 7. around, it’s structure became clear and in a relatively short time my report was written. After that, I justhad to flesh out each main point; not very hard at all.Now there are a few important points you need to remember about text:“What’s In It For Me?”WIIFM, or "whats in it for me"; thats what the reader will be saying constantly in his head while hesreading your copy. Do not for a second bore him with stories about your youth, your journey to solvingyour problem with this amazing product or service that you have, or distract them with unnecessarydetails about things that have nothing to do with your prospect and his problem.They could care less about you and your "amazing" story or the beautiful prose that you can produce, orthat funny thing that your kid did today. Chattiness is good for your nosy neighbor next store, your auntor grandma when she comes to visit, or your friend at the cooler at work; you need to get right to businesshere and now, because that prospect is just about the click "close" on your page, which you have solovingly created.Start Off With Your Best ShotWe are literally bombarded by media messages every waking moment, if the message conveyed is notrelevant to the problems of the receiver, the message is going to be quickly filtered and tuned out, mostlikely never to return. Get them now while you have them.Start with your best shot and get right to the point. Now I recall in high school I was taught the "correct"way to present a thesis: create an introduction, write the body of the essay covering all the points, make asummary and conclusion with voluminous footnotes. Well, that may get you an "A" from your teacher,but it may cause your prospect to click out, turn the page, or be out the door ten minutes ago. Boring,boring, boring.How about this new procedure: JUST GET RIGHT TO THE POINT!Be Precise, Avoid GeneralitiesWhen you say "youre going to get a whole lot of money!", it really is rather transparent to the reader thatyoure grasping for superlatives. When you use exact figures, time frames, or physical results you arecreating the effect in the readers mind that you are the real thing; and one thing is for sure, we all wantthe real thing!Instead of I lost a "lot" of weight, say "I lost 43 pounds in 90 days!" Instead of saying "I made so muchmoney!", say "I made $1,257 in 10 days!" Using exact figures makes more demands on the minds ofyour prospects, and therefore greater penetration into their minds, which binds the prospect to you in therelationship. Ultimately opening the way for the sale.EditingYou need to be ruthless in your editing; all of this wonderful content can stay in only if it directlyaddresses your prospects wants and needs. Believe me, writers love their prose, and they want the worldto see how great they are in expressing things; but ego trips like that having no place in sales.http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 7 of 15
  8. 8. Sorry, you may not get the Pulitzer Prize; but dont most famous authors become famous long after theyredead? Hmm, doesnt exactly put food on your table.For articles, you can only have one main point for each one you write. This may sound simplistic, butyou have to hit the problem like a hammer on a nail, covering too much territory will only dilute andsoften the impact of your message. Besides, this then gives you more articles that you can write, each onecovering a different point.A Simple Plan to Write Short ArticlesNow if there was ever a "revolutionary" procedure to writing articles quickly and effectively, around 500or so words, try this basic structure: 1. Tell them what youre going to tell them 2. Tell them 3. Tell them what you just told them. (add your contact info in the resource box)Theres your intro, body, and summary, quick and dirty. No one is fooling anybody, but that is a veryeasy way to tap out a 500 word article in 15 or 20 minutes.“It’s Easy”Another neat trick for more complicated ideas that some people shy away from is this: instead of sayingsomething like "now some people have a lot of trouble with this idea, but if you really study it, after aperiod of time, youll understand it." Its almost like you giving them an opening to get out while theycan.Try this instead: just tell them "this is easy to understand." People will believe almost anything told tothem, so if you tell them its easy, "poof" now suddenly its easy for them. You are in the position ofauthority, and they will basically follow you.Be Open to InspirationAll rules are meant to be broken; there will be times when something amazing comes out of you that defyall the heretofore established rules of sales copy and writing. This too is a point of persuasion which Illbe covering later, but dont totally cage up that bird of creativity inside of you. You might notice some ofthe grammatical liberties I have taken in this report you’ve read!In the end your gauge of "correct" sales copy will be in your profits, and this is the other side of writing:experience. Now Ive given you a lot of pointers which I know will help you, but to sum it up:Get to the point, go for the jugular vein (of the prospects problems); its sort of ruthless, but its whatworks. Cut out anything that distracts from this aim. It is win-win; you succeed in the sale, they get theirburning problem solved. Both are happy!http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 8 of 15
  9. 9. Your Writing “Voice”It is said that only seven percent of communications is verbal, the actual words we use. The other 93percent is facial expression and vocal inflections. My point in saying that is that there is some sort of"psychic" nature to writing; the reader instantaneously "reads" the energy of the writer.In fact if you look at a piece of paper with writing on it, such as a letter or an ad, you can almostimmediately "know" what its all about. You get a feel from it, and it either encourages you to read it orpass over it.I dont mean to be metaphysical here, but I want you to understand your "voice" when writing, people canread you right away. If youre making wild claims in your copy, chances are people are going to knowthat youre lying and are likely never to pick up something written by you again.Now people get away with wild, false claims all the time; but I want you to understand that there is a verysubtle quality to writing that cant be faked. Be honest, be truthful. You want people to like you (more onthat later)PresentationIt is extremely important to avoid any kind of distraction in your sales pages, copy, or articles; things like: Cluttering images Garish colors Multiple font styles and sizes….should be avoided. Keep paragraphs to three to five sentences each, and a good amount of white spacewill help present a clear, direct, and readable copy that the reader will heartily appreciate, bringing him orher to your most valued objective, which is to buy now.PersuasionPersuasion vs. CoercionYou need to know something right away about persuasion: you cant get anyone to do anything they dontwant to do. The essence of sales is that you qualify the prospect having the critical mass of desire for thatproduct or service, and you gently push them over into the side of clicking "buy." This is sales.You can get people to do things they dont want to do, but that is called coercion with threat orintimidation involved. Sales is bring people to things that honestly want and need, your job as salesman(or copywriter) is to gently bring them past their own inhibitions from getting that thing or service theytruly need. You might have noticed that sales has many things in common with courtship ;-)Emotions and the Four Major FearsIt was Socrates who said that persuasion is a combination of ethos, pathos, and logos. In English thatmeans ethics, passion, and reason, respectively.http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 9 of 15
  10. 10. Now most humans run on a little more emotion (or passion) than ethics or reason. You have tounderstand that we act mostly on emotions, but we need logic to justify our actions. You supply the logicand they have all the passion to spare.One of the most dangerously powerful emotions is that of fear. People will do anything to resolve theirgreatest fears. The four major fears are: Fear of Poverty: starvation, homelessness, and bankruptcy Fear of Inadequacy and Criticism: humiliation, shame, and ridicule Fear of the Loss or Lack of Love: abandonment, rejection and loss of connectedness Fear of Ill Health, Old Age or Death: extinction, dissolution and decayThese are the key psychological vulnerabilities in the human psyche, which incite us to knee-jerk,emotion-filled overcompensating actions; i.e. “hitting below the belt” your prospect.These four major fears connect to social, physical and economic issues as, feeling “ugly” and notattractive, loneliness, being poor, sick, living in the “wrong” part of town. These are the issues of life thatyou must redirect prospects attention to. If a skinny man was convinced that having a figure like Mr.Universe is the key to happiness, regardless if it actually is or not, there is almost nothing he wouldn’t doin pursuit of achieving that state of body (certainly buy any product or service that claims to help him tohis goal.)For issues of weight, acne, dating, and all the other “evergreen” niches, the problem resides in theperson’s mind, which you must understand implicitly. Their mind is your target.RelevanceYou need to understand the concept of relevance. If you came across a woman whose hair was on fire,what do you think would be the most important thing to her? A good burn cream? A how-not-to-let-your-hair-get-set-on-fire ebook? An appointment with a beautician for a new hair style?No, she wants a pail of water, dumped on her head....RIGHT NOW!You need to understand what they want, what they need, and what they think is the solution; NOT, NOT,NOT what you think they need or how they should go about solving their problem.How to sell stuff: find out exactly what people want, and give it to them.The Six Major Tactics and Strategies in Sales andCopywriting (borrowing from Dr. Robert Cialdini)1. ReciprocationWhen someone gives something to us, we feel obligated to give something back. A tactic in negotiationis to concede a point, which creates a tendency in the other person to concede a point on your behalf.http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 10 of 15
  11. 11. Smartly (or sneakily) done, you initially ask for one thing, knowing full well that what you really want issomething less than what you are originally asking. In the negotiation, you concede to your prospect thatlower price point. They buyer/prospect now feels an obligation to buy it from you because you did him a"favor."In sales copy youll see lines like "I made a special arrangement with my supplier, and he felt charitableand agreed to offer this lower price point for one week only." This creates a pressure to buy on the part ofthe prospect, knowing that you are "on his side."2. Commitment and ConsistencyWe crave consistency, it gives us a feeling of security and we are drawn to it. If we commit to someprinciple or thing, we are impelled to stay with that thing in order to remain consistent with ourselves.These two intertwining principles can be powerful influencers upon our behaviors.Sales letters and presentations many times have multiple questions asking the reader/prospect "dont youhate (barky dogs/smoking/acne/overweight/small-breasts-penis-muscles/etc.)?"The similar questions will be asked throughout the presentation/sales letter, and the objective is to haveyou agree and say "yes." So, when theyve come to the end of their presentation, which theyvemasterfully crafted, due to the factor of commitment and consistency, you will be "forced" to say "yes, Illby it."Youll notice there is a momentum to the commitment and consistency tactic, if you keep the prospect orreader continuous moving down a line of pre-positioned questions or landmarks, each time agreeing andidentifying with the issue at hand, they will be very strongly induced to click "buy" or sign on the dottedline, if you will.You are tying their sense of identity to the subject/issue at hand, and to be consistent with their self-images they are compelled to say yes or click "buy." Is this manipulation? Well, in a way it certainly is,and you must be very conscientious in the use of it. However, like I said before, people feel hesitant orinhibited from getting the things they need. We almost like to keep ourselves in a perpetual state ofmisery; but it is your job to help move them into the light, as it were.3. Social ProofNobody wants to be left alone, they have a yearning need to be accepted and loved. One of the ways ofbeing accepted and being loved is to do what everybody else is doing. This is the "bandwagon" approach: "Everybody is doing it!" "Bestselling book!" "Go to our very popular blog!"Testimonials serve this tactic, reinforcing the group acceptance part of the appeal. You can have the"plain folks" appeal with everyday people, or you can go with the "authority approval" method where youget popular actors and athletes to endorse your product or service. These are all socially valued icons, andwe a literally programmed to follow them in the media.http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 11 of 15
  12. 12. Things which are "new" and "improved" show social significance, keeping you up with the Jones, as itwere.Social Value = Worth = "Yes, Ill buy it."4. LikingWhen you get down to it a business transaction is a relationship; and if they like you, it will be a good(profitable) relationship. Physical attractiveness, of course, is an advantage to this; but so is the quality ofsimilarity, how you and the prospect share certain traits or life situations. These associations createbonding between the seller and buyer.Usually we like to do things for the people we like, so it is always in our best interest to present ourselvesas the prospects best friend. A smile, a warm greeting, or even a small gift creates pleasurable stimuliwhich make the prospect associate you with these good things, and to like you subsequently!Now I dont mean you do this solely to manipulate people, but I want you to understand the psychologicalframework of business transactions. I mean, youre not, just going to do anything just to get the sale.Some people do, of course, and they reap the rewards of that superficiality; but in many ways yourcustomers are your friends.Earlier in this report I mentioned how people really can read you almost immediately, this connects withthe point of people liking you. If they can sense that you pose no threat to them or their walletinappropriately, but as someone who can help them, you are almost assured of a sale, if all other thingsare in order. Being honest, direct, and true in your transactions with people is unbeatable. Humor has anamazing power help to people like you; when a person laugh they feel good, and when they laugh withyou they associate that good feeling with you.5. ScarcityWe always want most what we cant have. The fact that something is in limited supply or we only have asmall window of time in order to get it, this makes us crave it ten times more. This touches upon ourdeepest fears of loss and inadequacy, and it has the potential to make us to some nutty things, like hit that"buy" button right now.Think of that toy that you wanted so much as a kid, you hounded your parents constantly about it, andwhen you finally got it for Christmas or as a birthday present that after a short period of time, you didntwant it so much. In fact it pretty much took its place gathering dust on the shelf, along with all the other"must have" things you finally got.When a thing dangled before you with the threat it will be snatched away at any moment, it becomes themost coveted thing in the world. Once its in your hand, it loses its glittering allure. So you need to createa situation of scarcity of the product or service in the prospects mind to direct them to click buy, pick upthe phone, or say "yes."Phrases like: "Sale ends tomorrow"http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 12 of 15
  13. 13. "Only 50 copies available" "Price goes up with every sale"These make prospects nearly crazy with lust for your product or service.6. Call to ActionWhen people are reading your copy or listening to your sales presentation, they are in sort of a trance. Atrance is a susceptible state where personal guards and boundaries are let down. You have to takeadvantage of that state and literally tell them what to do.In other words: "Click here to buy this now" "Call me now to book an appointment" "Get this now, before supplies run out"These are all literally commands, and all of your previous efforts using the above mentioned appeals aregoing to bring your client/prospect to that place where "yes" is almost incontrovertibly assured. You arenot taking unfair advantage of them; you are using the principles of communication and psychology tobring about a win-win situation, and equal exchange of money for value.The Power of WordsTapping the Luminous Power of the MindWe are 99% oblivious to the power of words in our life, yet words have the power to touch the deepestparts of our subconscious in an instant and release a floodtide of energy that can cause a person to behighly influenced.When I say “picnic” to you immediately your mind calls up a happy scene of you and your loved ones inan idyllic setting, the green grass, possibly mountains in the background, or a fun game of baseball, abarbecue, etc. with all the attached feelings, sensations and longings about it. You literally are drawn intoa magnetic and luminous part of your mind, and you have a renewed vicarious experience of thoseenergies, tapping the deepest and most powerful parts of your psyche.So when you say “amazing” to someone in a speech or ad, you are literally accessing that part of thelistener/readers mind that is electrically lit up whenever they have been truly amazed, and they have alittle vicarious re-enactment of that experience. This is magic of copywriting, and it is very powerful.A salesman or writer can use this ability of words constructively.Words that Have Amazing Persuasive PowerAccording to the psychology department at Yale University, some words in the English language aremore powerful than others, and you would do well to employ them in your sales copy. Here is their top 10most powerful:http://www.Internet Victory.com Page 13 of 15
  14. 14. New -- Its part of basic human makeup to seek novelty. Save -- We all want to save something. Safety -- This could refer to health or long-lasting quality. Proven -- Helps remove fear from trying something new. Love -- Continues to be an all-time favorite. Discover -- Presents a sense of excitement and adventure. Guarantee -- Provides a sense of safety at the time of purchase. Health -- Especially powerful when it applies to a product. Results -- Works in rationalizing a purchase. You -- Listed as the #1 most powerful word in every study reviewed.Because of the personal nature of advertising copywriting, you should use “you” in your headline,opening line and as often as possible. In fact, many copywriters will throw out a headline if “you” is notin it.Lets not forget a few more that have amazing psychological impact: Free – the best motivator for immediate response. Immediate – online everything is expected now or instantly. Limited – appealing to a sense of urgency. Improve – always interested in becoming better. Bargain – everybody wants to get something at a better price, and better than “Sale”. Exclusive – only those who are invited.And then theres: How to -- very self-empowering! Announcing -- full of expectations! Challenge -- defeat problems! Compare -- easy to understand graphic! Discount -- more for less! Easy -- no work! Exclusive -- just for special people! Hurry -- exciting! Important -- dont want to miss it! Improvement -- make life easier! Miracle -- we love miracles! Plus -- more! Practical -- my parents would approve! ;-)And last but not least (all very self-explanatory): Abundance Confidence Achievement Creativity Charity Energyhttp://www.Internet Victory.com Page 14 of 15
  15. 15. Freedom Memory Grace Peace Guidance Persistence Happiness Poise Harmony Power Health Purpose Honesty Resourcefulness Inspiration Serenity Intelligence Strength Kindness Success Life Vitality Love WisdomSummaryWriting is easy. Write something like you would want to read it. I dont have a lot of time to spare and Ilike to get right to the point, the same is true for everybody. Focus solely on the needs of the reader, whathe really wants, and find the ways to deliver it to him the quickest way. Everything else is irrelevant,distracting, and dangerous to your success.Remember the main tools/appeals, be true and honorable, and youll get what you want and your customerwill get what they want. Life is good.Curtis Burnshttp://www.Internet-Victory.comhttp://www.Internet Victory.com Page 15 of 15

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