“Love-Based Copywriting Method” is the book that started the Love-Based Business movement.
Before I wrote this book, entrepreneurs didn’t have much of a choice on how they wanted to market themselves with their promotional copy (copywriting is writing marketing materials, nothing to do with putting a copyright on something or protecting intellectual property).
They could either choose to use traditional direct response copy and marketing (an example of direct response copy is those long sales letters that you scroll down forever wondering how much it is and does anyone actually read these or those emails asking you to click on a link) which meant in many cases they were using marketing tactics that felt hype-y, sales-y or inauthentic.
Or, they could choose not use direct response copy and marketing.
Of course, the problem with NOT using it is then you haven’t leveraged your marketing. When you use direct response copy, you are marketing one-to-many. Without it, you’re stuck marketing one-to-one. As you can imagine, it’s tough to grow your business that way.
But, then, in 2014, my friend Susan Liddy came out with a book called “Love-Based Marketing.” I looked at that title and thought “Love-Based Copy.” What’s the opposite of love-based copy? Well, it would be fear-based copy.
And that’s when the whole philosophy downloaded into me.
But, I’m getting a little ahead of myself — check out the whole story behind the story of “Love-Based Copywriting Method” below:
If you’re looking for a way to sell more with love, this book is the place to start. It explains the philosophy behind love-based copy so you can build your marketing and business on a solid foundation of love.
Yes! You CAN sell more with love rather than fear. “Love-Based Copywriting Method” can show you how.
“Love-Based Copywriting Method” is available at all the major online retailers — check it out here.
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