Legendary Copywriter and Marketer Ted Nicholas Will Be Making His First-Ever Appearance at Bootcamp 2010

Ted Nicholas has produced over $5.9 billion in sales for his own companies and those of his clients around the world. Yes, that’s billion! He’s an infomercial pioneer, and the author of numerous books, including How to Turn Words Into Money and How to Form Your Own Corporation Without a Lawyer for Under $50.

Google his name – and you’ll find a virtual Who’s Who of marketers and copywriters heaping mountains of praise on Ted, calling him everything from the “Father of Emotional Direct Response” to “THE King of Marketing” to “Direct-Response Jedi Master.”

As Don Hauptman, a 30-year copywriting pro, favorite Bootcamp presenter, and author of The Versatile Freelancer, has said, “Ted is regarded as a god, legend, and/or superhero by marketers and entrepreneurs.”

Ted will be joining another copywriting giant at Bootcamp 2010, Bill Bonner, who will also be with us for the first time this year. Bill is the president and founder of Agora Inc., whose companies publish over 300 books and 40 newsletters, reaching over 1 million readers.

Bill once said of Ted, “He is one of the world’s most gifted marketers. He’s got the magic touch. Every moment I’ve spent with him has paid off enormously.”

We have strong presenters every year at Bootcamp, but this year’s All-Star lineup is shaping up to be unparalleled. Bill Bonner, Ted Nicholas, Bob Bly, Michael Masterson … and more world-class pros that you’ll be hearing about it the weeks to come.

Secure your spot to hear all these heavy hitters November 3-6 in Delray Beach. Here’s a reservation form to make it easy, or call Barb, Pat, Jackie, or Debbie at 866-879-2924.

Get in now while low payment plans are available, and the early bird registration discount still applies.

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Published: April 16, 2010

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