How Idioms & Sayings Skyrocket Your Conversion Rates!

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Your website can be BORING and no one will read past first sentence if your copy is boring! Here’s a list of websites that can rejuvenate your copy, making it shine and glitter with meaning and interest! http://www.InformationMarketingExpert.com

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How Idioms & Sayings Skyrocket Your Conversion Rates!

  1. 1. How Idioms & Sayings Skyrocket YourConversion Rates!Your website can be BORING and no one will read past first sentence if your copy is boring!Here’s a list of websites that can rejuvenate your copy, making it shine and glitter withmeaning and interest!Idioms, quotes, proverbs, similes and saying!http://sayings.nethttp://www.worldofquotes.comhttp://www.idiomsite.comhttp://www.searchquotes.comhttp://www.brainyquote.comhttp://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/proverbs.htmlhttp://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/similes.html (Similes)Figure out how can you replace some text in your copy with an idiom, quote, a saying… Fewdays ago I told you to use a thesaurus, that’s also a great tool!Example of a paragraph:I’m sure you already know that getting this software is the quickest, easiest, and leastexpensive method to know what your children are doing on the Internet!You can then add: Plus it’s as easy as ABC to use!Bookmark these websites, there are many more like these just use Google.When using these similes or idioms don’t just pick one and throw it in the copy… try to findsomething that will make sense with what you’re saying…This is pretty basic stuff, very simple and easy to implement in any copy: salesletters, ads,emails, facebook posts, tweets, blog posts, ppc ads that’s why… Copywriting is the #1Skill for Internet Marketing!Within 1-2 minutes you can find an appropriate simile or idiom to use in your copy, andremember Practice makes perfect! I usually pick a websitesay: http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/t.html andthey’re sorted alphabetically I might skim through the listings under T, try to findsomething that “fits”, if I don’t find I try listings under b, etc… trust me with practice thiscan be fun!Now go and TRY IT!Jack Sarlo

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