If you’re a small business owner and want to make more sales by delivering great products/services to your clients, but feel unsure about your current marketing efforts…
I’m here to help you and your business so you can earn more and spend more time with your family as well.
I don’t know much about you, but I know some things about you.
And I’ll tell you why I know some things about you shortly.
But before that…
You’re a small business owner.
In your 30s.
And you practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu (or you’re interested in it).
Am I correct?
Now, if I am indeed correct… don’t freak out.
The reason why I could tell these things about you is because I specifically created a Facebook ad targeting people like you.
And you probably came to this page by clicking that ad.
By the way, I practice Brazilian Jiu Jitsu as well… I’ve been doing it for 12 years, and I love it. So, I thought I’d include “Brazilian Jiu Jitsu” when I created this ad campaign.
And in fact, it makes easier for me to connect with you, because we have a common interest.
Another great thing is that I can use Brazilian Jiu Jitsu analogies to talk about marketing with you (for example, positioning and leverage are really important in marketing just like in BJJ).
How cool is that?
Now, let me state this again… the reason why I wanted you to read this is because I want to help you if you want to make more sales by delivering great products/services to your clients.
And I could help you achieve that goal of yours by improving your marketing efforts.
When you think of marketing, what comes to your mind?
Something that involves hypes?
Well, marketing doesn’t have to be like any of these.
It can be simple, honest, and authentic.
Marketing is simply about salesmanship multiplied… multiplied through the use of various media like sales letters, pamphlets, websites, Facebook ads, and email campaigns.
And good salesmanship is about having empathy towards clients and helping them solve their pains by selling what they are/would be keen on buying.
Perhaps you are already practicing good salesmanship like that… in person.
But, what about marketing on a wider scale? How do you feel about your marketing efforts?
If you feel unsure about your marketing efforts and the results these efforts are bringing in (or NOT bringing in), then the chances are that your salesmanship in person hasn’t been translated well into your marketing efforts.
There may be a couple of reasons for that.
Perhaps you’re making some of common marketing mistakes that almost every business owner makes. (Keep reading… I have something special for you.)
Or perhaps you don’t know how to translate your salesmanship into written words, which make up almost every marketing channel.
And writing persuasive copy that sells is a skillset that can take years to learn.
Without knowing how to write such copy, you could be wasting your money rather than investing on ads that bring you more clients and more sales.
But when you know how to write persuasive copy that sells… it’s a different story.
Your ads will show great empathy towards your prospects as skilled sales people do when they meet their prospects.
And that empathy… understanding of your prospects makes a huge difference in how these ads perform and make more sales for your business.
Recently, I wrote a sales page for a $67 webinar, and all the 100 seats of this webinar got sold out pretty quickly.
The webinar itself was a great deal, and the audience was well-targeted.
But, what if people didn’t know why they should pay $67 for this webinar and how they could get much more values than $67 they paid for the webinar? It would have been harder to sell these 100 seats.
What my sales page did was simply to help the right people realize it would be fool not to attend this webinar, because they could learn what they wanted to learn for a bargain price.
And that’s exactly how I could help you make more sales… by writing copy that persuades people to take action, like buying your products/services.
But of course, to help you and your business, I need to understand what your business is about and who your audience is.
If you’re curious about how I could help you, contact meÂ now and I’ll reply to you as soon as possible.
Also, I’m happy to make a *free* evaluation of your current marketing channels and sales copy used in these channels.
If we decide to work together, that’s great. If not, that’s cool, too. No hard feelings.
But, to find out more, I invite you to contact me and to start a conversation about growing your business.
Thank you for reading this message.
p.s. For a limited time only, I’ll send you a free report that lists common marketing mistakes business owners make if you contact me for a free evaluation. There’s no obligation for this.
p.p.s. I’m located in Taiwan now. So, we’ll communicate through the Internet… just as we’re doing it now!