Ray Edwards – Only Rookies Write from Scratch Templates Only
There Are Only 5 Sales Pages You Will Ever Really Need:
- The Online Course Creator Sales Page
- The High-Ticket Live Event Sales Page
- The Story-Based / Case Study Sales Page
- The “Framework Frames-The-Work” Sales Page
- The Continuity Product Page
We’ve used these self-created templates to whip up “money raining” copy for some of today’s biggest info peddlers: Tony Robbins, John Maxwell, Suzanne Evans, Frank Kern, Don Miller, Michael Hyatt, Amy Porterfield, Paul Martinelli, Stu McLaren, and many more.
Survey says you’ve likely purchased products from at least some of these experts from the very sales pages WE wrote. If it worked on you, it may work on others, don’t you think?
Take our templates, tweak them, and hit the market knowing that you are wielding copy that will earn sale after sale after sale. This is your chance.
BEFORE YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND, WE’VE WHIPPED UP SOME CABIN-FEVER CRAZED BONUSES FOR YOU…
(You can thank Ray for cooking these up, he’s the one with cabin fever who lives in an actual cabin in the Northwest. Mike is a city-slicker to the tee…)
BONUS #1: The $14,000 Affiliate Swipe File
The year was 2017. I (Ray) was hosting my second ever affiliate launch and invited all my big-wig internet marketing friends like Jeff Walker (more on him in hot minute), Michael Hyatt, Jeff Bullas, and other gurus –– and threw a bone to one not-yet-internet-famous boi named Mike Kim, who had an email list so small that Mailchimp wouldn’t even take his money.
Long story short, this Mike Kim guy not only finished in the top five, he finished as the #1 affiliate (beating Jeff Walker), won an all-expense paid first-class trip to Lake Coeur d’Alene for our affiliate mastermind, and kicked back in the master suite the entire weekend, posting obnoxiously on Instagram and making sure to DM the other big wigs he beat out. (Just ask John Nemo. It’s been 3 years and Mike still sends random texts to Nemo asking, “How’s the view from my backside?”)
How did Korean wonder boi do this, you ask? His email copy. It was INSANELY on point that year. This guy cleaned up $14,000 in sales and prize money. As a mild form of payback (you should have seen the bill he racked up at the resort bar, not even God has that kind of money) I took his affiliate copy, used it during Stu McLaren’s launch, and finished in the top 5 myself.
Anyway, Mike’s legendary affiliate copy swipe file is YOURS if you join any package.
BONUS #2: The Top 25 FAQ Sales Page Guide
Ah, the FAQ section of a sales page. We’d both rather be self-quarantined and forced to peel potatoes by hand than have to write this section of a sales page. Unfortunately, FAQ sections are often necessary and people do actually ready them. Fortunately for you, we’re throwing in our handy little guide which contains the 25 most common questions EVER including riveting, hard-boiled queries such as:
“What if I don’t have an email list?” “Do I need [ANYTHING] before I can benefit from this program?” “How much can I expect to make?” “How long will I have access to the program?” “Will I get access to all the materials, or just a week at a time?” (Has someone seen our potato peelers? This hurts so bad…)
If there’s one section of a sales page that should be “plug and play” it’s the FAQ section. Never wrestle with the FAQ section of your sales page again. Pick a few of the questions, paste in your response, and BOOM –– finished.
BONUS #3: “Anti-Failure To Launch” Roadmap
This one is serious. There are 27 key questions you need to be able to answer with complete clarity before you should even think about doing a launch. In fact, going through this questionnaire will help you decide: Should your launch be evergreen or time-sensitive? What is the format of your offer (membership, course only, course + event)? What is the size and open rate of the list you are promoting to, and how do you normally market to them?
Frankly, this bonus alone is worth any package you purchase because the questions will centralize the information you need. Most people launch “in their head”. If you can’t answer these questions clearly and succinctly, it’s a sign you need to think deeper about what you are doing. (By the way, if you are a marketing consultant, use these questions as a framework for your very own clients.)