PS: There's no obligation or salesy weirdness during a discovery call with me.
Seriously. I am viscerally opposed to gross sales tactics, so it's a low-pressure chat. Pinkie promise 😉
Okay, I'm supposed to name the Problem my people face.
The give my Solution? Plus a CTA that makes them click BUY NOW??
Btw, that's the PAS method ^^^
There's also the AIDA method. And then...there's the PAS-on-Steroids method I learned in my fancy conversion copy training program.
The whole Problem-Agitation-Solution thing seems easy enough, but once you're in the weeds?
After all, we’re pretty emotionally invested in our own businesses, aren’t we? It’s the whole “forest for the trees” thing.
People who are brand new to writing their own sales page copy tend to undervalue and downplay the magic they create for clients…even though experts know that the sales page is your place to SHINE with:
⭐ Client Testimonials
If ever there were a time to brag about yourself, it’s on that sales page.
And yet, women entrepreneurs come to me all the time, wondering what’s wrong with their sales pages.
9.9 times out of 10?
They haven’t powerfully owned how freakin’ awesome they are.
They haven’t gotten braggy enough.
Carly Rae Jepson, you are not, my friend. Is it possible you’re pulling a Taylor Swift moment here, as you sit down to write yet another sales page you’re not so sure about?
✅ Have an offer you *know* you can sell
✅ Need to create a sales page that you *know* will convert
✅ Have a current sales page you *know* needs some TLC...
Conversion-trained, authenticity-focused copywriter for female service providers & coaches.
Although I entered the crazy freelance world relying on my natural writing talent, intuition, and killer Googling skills, I’ve spent the past couple of years learning conversion copywriting from the best in the business.
For real. Like, the sales page process I follow was perfected by Amy Porterfield’s copywriter. #Sorrynotsorry for the not-so? casual name drop.
I’m glad you asked! Tbh, I’ve seen sales pages quoted anywhere from $400 - $5000+ depending on the experience of the writer.
Mine typically costs
In celebration of a couple of recent business milestones, plus inflation blah blah, I’m running a Summer Flash Sale!
Yep, I’m rolling it all the way back to just $995.
That means you get copy for a fully-optimized long-form sales page, written within just 4 days, for only $995.
Want some sales emails to throw in there too? Just add $350 for a full sequence – normally $1200+ depending on how many emails you want.
And yes, there is a payment plan.
💰Generate more revenue, and
🙋♀️Generate more leads
Both extremely important to the savvy business owner who is ready to grow and scale.
You might be wondering, though...
🧐 Scour the internet for a random writer’s templates you can borrow or buy for $27...with no real guarantee the author of said template really knows her stuff?
💸 Invest 4+ figures and lots of time into a top-notch copy conversion program like I did (PS: the sales page course, taught by Amy Porterfield's go-to copy guy, has 83 lessons totaling around 10 hours of videos…not including writing time)?
🤓 Hire someone like me who has written loads of sales pages, completed aforementioned training, and whose intuitive + heart-centered approach takes care to understand your goals and your people’s most desired outcomes?
For instance, I will never attempt a DIY electrical repair in my home.
Nor am I going to invest in a multi-month apprenticeship to learn how to be an electrician. I’m gonna pay the expert.
Yes, I’ll do my homework. I’ll check reviews. I’ll peep their certifications. I’ll chat with them on the phone. And then I’ll trust them to do the job because they put in the time, effort, and money to perfect their skill.
So, all that to say: go check me out.
My website and LinkedIn are a good place to start. But first, book a call to make sure you have a spot saved to snag the flash sale price:
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