Just Announced …
Master Copywriter Clayton Makepeace Coming to Bootcamp 2009

Well, I just re-arranged the agenda for our upcoming FastTrack to Copywriting Success Bootcamp and Job Fair – yet again. It’s something I do often (and happily) at this time of year. And usually it means that there is some new speaker or presentation idea that has been added to the mix. I’m happy to report that we just got off the phone with the folks at Total Package and Clayton Makepeace will be joining us in Delray Beach this November for our 2009 Bootcamp.

Clayton is going to teach you how to become your clients' most valuable asset. As folks who have seen Clayton in action before can attest, he does bring a dose of the unconventional to events. Clayton’s workshop on Saturday, Nov. 7th, promises to deliver solid content and “tell-it-like-it-is” insights about what’s working in copy today, with special emphasis on how to create offers that close the sale.

Clayton Makepeace not only created on of the most successful promotional packages for Phillips Publishing, he helped launch an entire health company. He wrote the first magalog control for Boardroom Inc, And Martin Weiss, founder of one of the country’s leading financial newsletters says that Clayton is “more than just a great copywriter. He is a world-class marketing consultant … a gifted business advisor … and one of the best strategic thinkers I have ever known.”

If you haven’t made your plans to come yet, why not reserve your spot now? Come meet Clayton and the other master copywriters and marketers who will be in Delray Beach from November 4-7, 2009.

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Published: August 5, 2009

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