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February 01, 2006

Completing Your First/Next Sales Page: How to Create a Compelling Sales Page that Sells While you Sleep

Another great Workgroup brought to you by the folks at MultipleStreamsofCoachingIncome.com.

This Workgroup is for you especially if you already have a product and (1) just need a sales page in order to get launched, already! or (2) have a sales page that isn't bringing in as many sales as you'd like.

Guess what? In our experience, completing a sales page is less about creativity than about structure. Although of course you will need some creative flow as well. This Workgroup maximizes a coaching approach so you tap into your strengths to get past the speed bumps and potholes and get that sales page DONE.

Simply put, if you can coach you can write a sales page...and once you've learned how, your subsequent sales-page-writing efforts will always be much more resonant with who you are.

Oh and yes, the answer is no, you will not have to feel 'gross' or sell your integrity down the river to get results.

Come prepared to do your homework and our position is this: you will have a completed sales page at the end of 4 weeks. This Workgroup is for you if you already have a product ready or just about ready to launch. If you're pursuing your product still, we recommend you attend the Audio Product Creation Workgroup first.

Here are the dates this workgroup will meet, by telephone bridge (number to be provided immediately after registration):

Four Tuesdays, February 21, 28, March 7, 14 2006, from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Eastern.

In this Workgroup you will not just learn, you'll create, one step at a time:

  • The research you need to do *before* you start your sales page

  • Overall page layout and formatting, what to do and not do

  • Headlines and subheadlines that draw people in and keep them reading

  • Relationship building techniques that deepen the trust bond with the reader

  • Clear and thorough benefits and features throughout

  • Testimonials and other 'credibility creating' techniques to increase sales

  • An offer that entices people to click the buy button

  • A tracking system so you can continue to improve your sales after your launch

Click to reserve your seat now and look forward to a completed sales page by mid March...in time for spring sales.

Here are the dates this workgroup will meet, by telephone bridge (number to be provided immediately after registration):

Four Tuesdays, February 21, 28, March 7, 14 2006, from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Eastern.

Your Workgroup Leader: Alicia Smith, Associate Coach, Multiple Streams of Coaching Income.

Alicia Smith has taught in excess of 70,000 people live and 12,000 people via teleclass on business building topics. Alicia is the author of over 10 successful online products, including the 90 Day Marketing Marathon and the Ten Step Buying Process.

"The call today on Writing a Sales Page was superb, and the follow up email you sent out as a summary was printed off as a worksheet template for all the suggestions discussed. I was especially grateful to you and all the participants who critiqued and gave really high quality feedback suggestions to "punch up" my already punchy sales page. I thank you very much for that priceless piece of inspiration. Using examples of all the sales pages continues to be such a powerful learning tool for me to keep my online products on track and marketable. Thanks again. Until the next great discussion session."

- Bev McLagan, www.theburnouttrap.com.

>> Class has been cancelled

Posted by Tina at February 1, 2006 07:43 AM


Depending on how my travel plans and a few other things go, I am thinking about taking this course. Looks like I may be missing the 28th, or may be able to be there by phone but not computer, as I'll be on a mini trip. If I have to miss it, will there be a way to catch up? Will the calls be recorded?

Posted by: Jill at February 14, 2006 03:00 PM

Hi Jill,

Yes, this course will be recording and made available with all notes in the 'member only' area.

Would love to see you there! :)

Posted by: Tina at February 14, 2006 03:11 PM

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