How To Sell A Health And Fitness Product Using Direct Response Copywriting: This long sales letter from Tai Chi Chi Kung Shows You How

Direct response copywriting for health and fitness

DISCOVER THE 300-HUNDRED-YEAR-OLD CHINESE SECRET TO A HEALTHY HEART, STRONG MUSCLES, LIMBER JOINTS, AND INNER YOUTH A Message from Dr. Robert Willix Jr. Of all the physical and mental healing arts I’ve learned, TAI CHI is the gentlest, easiest to learn, and the most rejuvenating for your physical and mental health. It lowers blood pressure,…

How to sell a top-tier newspaper publication to a professional demographic. This Newsweek sales letter showcases persuasive copywriting for a leading brand that uses an honest, down to earth approach to sell

Taking an honest and down to earth copywriting style can help you sell your luxury brand. This classic sales letter by Newsweek takes a frank and honest style that manages to persuade the reader that this is a brand they want to be a part of. Whether you are selling luxury cars, hotel bookings or…

How To Write Sales Copy For An Insurance Policy. This classic example for Old American Insurance Company shows you how to sell your financial and insurance products through direct response marketing

To learn more about the company behind this copy example, please visit Old American Insurance Company, here. Here is a real treat for financial publishing businesses, insurance firms, brokerages and other insurance businesses. A classic sales letter from Old American, an insurance company with a venerable reputation, that shows you how to use emotion-based appeals in…

The Advertising Industry Is Now Worth $1.2 Trillion, As Marketing in its various forms continues to grow through mobile, content marketing, social platforms and new digital platforms

The Advertising and Marketing industry saw huge growth in 2017, and now comprises a market value of $1.2 Trillion. This, according to a new report by PQ Media. The industry has grown at a fast-paced 3.9% through 2017. As impressive as that figure is, it is eclipsed by the 4.9% growth rate in the advertising…