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How To Structure The Perfect Sales Letter

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In this episode, I walk you through one of the templates we use for constructing a new sales letter. I walk you through each individual section and explain what it is, why it's there and how to write better copy at each stage. Enjoy!

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Hey guys and girls, Jeremy Reeves here with another episode of the Sales Funnel Mastery Podcast and I am really, really, really excited today. We have a client in the real estate coaching market and as you can imagine you know, I do not know how familiar you are with Google but getting something like that approved in Google is not an easy feat and we just got her approved in Google which is really, really exciting. So that is awesome. So I am very excited about that.

So now comes the moment of testing and tweaking and doing that for everybody here.

So today, I want to go over -- I want to go over basically what it takes to craft a sales letter okay. Basically, the structure of the sales letter because I know a lot of people kind of struggle with this, they you know, they are not good writers. They do not really know how to lay it out, structure, that kind of thing.

So I want to take you basically step by step through the basic sales funnel structure that we used for you know, for our clients and I want to preface this by saying that this is just kind of a beginning template to use, okay. This is not something that needs to be followed 100%. In fact, the sales letter

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