Hello Potential Bidders,
Today I'm in need of a one out of this world sales letter copywriter!
You'll be responsible for writing sales letters for informational products that range from topics such as weight loss, Internet Marketing, genealogy, panic attacks, etc. In short, the niches will be various, but I need a writer who can adapt to the topics presented.
HOWEVER, for this particular project, I need a sales letter writer to create a sales letter around the "article marketing" niche.
Due to the nature of the project, you will not receive a copy of the eBook/informational product to use as reference. HOWEVER, in many cases you will receive an outline of the topics contained in the product you're writing about to help you formulate an accurate sales letter.
Each sales letter will be approximately 1400 to 2000 words. The official word count will ultimately depend on how in-depth you choose to be with the sales letter, however, no sales letter should be shorter than 1400 words.
- ALL applicants must understand what a sales letter is and have experience writing them. This is NOT an on the job training position, you must know how to perform the duties requested, you will NOT be taught.
- Your knowledge of English grammar rules, punctuation, idioms, etc must be superb!
- You must understand how to appeal to human emotion through your words.
- Able to RESEARCH all topics in order to understand the most important aspects of each niche.
- All sales letter written must be from START to FINISH, meaning, you will include items such as "testimonials," "money back guarantee," "urgency" text, etc.
How to Bid:
Please place your bid for ONE (1) sales letter.
At the moment I cannot afford to pay more than $35 per sales letter, so if this does not fit your needs, simply do not apply.
If you prove to be an outstanding candidate, I will keep you on for the duration of the project, or list jobs specifically for you. While I'd like to have the right person write 1 sales letter per week, this is my first time listing this type of job, and quite frankly, I'm unsure if I'll find that "IT" candidate my first go 'round.
How to Apply:
In order to assess your ability to write sales letters, please include a sample of your writing by doing the following:
1.) Please create a 250 word sample ONLY of how you would intice someone looking to "make money by using Get a Freelancer." (You can take any direction you wish with this...either from the freelancer or job provider perspective.)
Ensure that your sample contains a lead-in / eye-opening header/intro
2.) In your bid, please provide links to sales letters that you've successfully written. *Please be honest.*
(...yes it's that simple, and you can do whatever you wish with your sample, I just wish to judge your writing availability.)
Applying for this position means that you've thoroughly read this job listing in its entirety. Additionally, by placing a bid, you understand that this job is for a one-time sales letter writing only.
If you apply to this position and it turns out that your grammar, punctuation, and overall knowledge of sales letter writing is not up to par, you will not be paid for the job and you can do whatever you wish with your submission. However, I hope to weed out those types of candidates early on, so please bid with confidence.
Please allow up to 48 hours (business days only) to receive a response from me. If you do not receive a response within that time please understand that your submission did not align to my needs. I cannot afford to respond to every single candidate, and if you did not follow directions, your bid will automatically be ignored.
Good luck and happy bidding,
VisionMediaInk ("Mam"...NOT a "Sir")