Clayton Makepeace Reveals the Secret to Making More Money Year After Year as a Copywriter

A lot of copywriters have it pretty good. They've found a niche and a stable group of clients. Their income is stable too. But it's just “okay.”

There is a way to break out of that cycle and regularly grow your income year after year.

The key is a breakthrough new marketing channel that has taken the online marketing world by storm. It’s the Video Sales Letter. And as the fastest growing ad format in 2012 (according to industry watcher eMarketer) and one of the most effective, it's no wonder companies large and small are embracing online video.

Clayton Makepeace has been a pioneer in Video Sales Letters and regularly makes over $1 million a year thanks to the work he's done for some very grateful clients. You can have those paydays too. Clayton will show you how.

With Video Sales Letters, Clayton uses a lot of the basic principles of direct-response copywriting. But he's also discovered some important ways video is different and has fine-tuned his approach through experience.

In his program, The Makepeace Method for Making a Fortune Writing Video Sales Letters, Clayton passes on all that he's learned about VSLs. He won't just show you how to write them. He goes into depth on the specific methods he uses to interact with clients, come up with effective themes, and more, to be able to craft multimillion-dollar VSLs time after time. And he also passes on some insights into all-around copywriting that he's picked up during his more than four decades in the industry. These tips alone will be extremely valuable to any copywriter.

The Makepeace Method for Making a Fortune Writing Video Sales Letters will only be available until midnight on October 17.

Go here for more details.

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Published: October 15, 2013

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