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Flash Marketing: How I Booked $25K with Sales Copy Packages

How I booked $25K with sales copy packages. Makealivingwriting.com

Imagine being able to bring home a five-figure paycheck in a week without having to drive anywhere, send any emails, or even put up a page of sales copy.

It might sound crazy if you’ve  been writing for low-rates and doing small one-off projects. But it’s not. This. Is. Happening.

I created a plan to write sales copy packages for businesses–all the content a client would need to get up and running (landing page, thank you page, blog posts, sales page, social media posts, and an email series).

Have you ever thought about offering sales copy packages? It’s an incredible way to boost your freelance writing income and work with great clients in your niche. And it’s not as hard as you might think to do this.

After mapping out a plan to write sales copy packages, I invited people to sign up for an introductory price of $4,999.

The goal was simple. Book five clients at this rate. Within a week, those five spots were filled, and more prospects were practically begging for this sales copy package. Since then I’ve raised the price…twice, and currently charge $7,499 for it.

Want to know how to create an offer for sales copy packages and charge pro rates? Here’s what you need to know:

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When a Prospective Writing Client Says “Maybe” — 3 Ways to Follow Up

When a Prospective Writing Client Says “Maybe” – 3 Ways to Follow Up. Makealivingwriting.com

Like it or not, sales is a necessary part of your freelance writing business. Strong closers get more business. Weak closers don’t.

To close more sales, you need a follow-up strategy.

What do you do when a prospective writing client says “I’m interested” but doesn’t pull the trigger? You gently wrestle them to the ground and wrangle a “yes” or a “no” from them.

Here are three strategies you can use to turn a “maybe” into a “yes” or a “no.”

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