The content of a sales page says a lot about a product. No, not necessarily what you see on the top level of the sales page, but the way it’s written. Does the copy writer use a lot of hype? Are there over-used expressions like “skyrocket your income”, “blow you away” etc.?
When I had almost reached the bottom of the sales letter, I went “wow!” – this is the first time I ever see such honesty in a sales letter. I’ll tell you what I read in a moment.
But let me start from the beginning. This is what the sales letter promises you that you get, and I’ll compare that later to what you actually get, if there’s a difference.
Do we get more stupid with age? I think not. But anyway, it’s a good way to illustrate that this system is easy, when a 73 year old man named George can learn it. Does George exist? I don’t know. But Tim and Anthony have other testimonials, both on video and in writing.
What I do like about the sales letter in general is the lack of hype and the honestness.
Look here, for instance:
It’s also completely Google friendly, and the embarrassing thing is we initially came across it quite by accident.
I know it would sound better if I said something like “we spent 2 years developing this system and hundreds of thousands of dollars developing it”, but the truth is we didn’t.
And this is how it is, from time to time. Even famous inventions were discovered that way: by accident. Or luck.
Anyway, Anthony Buchalta goes on by reminding us how fragile our status are in especially Google, and why we need other ways for people to find our content.
Video is perfect for that.
Then he explains what curation is and the difference between text curation and video curation. He claims that it’s much easier to rank for video curation, since so few people do it, and besides, the audience loves to watch videos. So it’s a win-win. (Except for video phobics like me – but I have to overcome it.)
Oh, I can’t believe that I just wrote that 😉 My father had an awful sense of humour. Sometimes it pops up in me, too.
Anyway, Tim and Anthony discovered the power of video curation, because Tim was on a 56 day juice fast and got half a million views, paying customers, etc, just because he did daily videos of himself, talking about his juice fast.
Earlier on I said I’d tell you the embarrassing story about how we came across the power of video curation.
Late last year my brother Tim decided to go on a 56 day juice fast.
He knew he was overweight, and well kinda decided to take the radical approach of eating (well drinking really), nothing other then freshly squeezed fruit and vegetable juice.
For 56 days!
Anyway, to keep himself honest and on track, Tim decided to shoot a short daily video in front of his computer (between 1 – 5 mins in length mostly).
Guess what happened?
Within a very short period of time Tim had over 500,000 views, a ton of subscribers and paying customers – buying things about juice fasting and health that he recommended.
That was a BIG “Ahaa” moment.
By the way, he completed the full 56 day juice fast and lost over 51 pounds!
This got us thinking, and within a few days of him finishing the juice fast, we started testing, researching and using what has only recently become known as VIDEO CURATION.
Did you notice how I just used text curation above? Curation rules! Curation for the win! It’s funny, it gives you new inspiration, and Google as well as readers/viewers love it!
Do we get proof of the many views here? Nope, but inside the course they show you the juice fast channel, and there you can see for yourself. Wait, I’ll do it for you right now:
So, no, not 500,000 views at this moment, but more than 800,000 views!
Does he exist or not?
Well, take a look yourself:
George tells in this video how he got more than 1,400 views to his YouTube video within the first 24 hours! He was among a group of beta testers to Ninja Curation Profits.
Ah, there it was. One “it will blow you away” 😉
Basically, this product is about getting traffic, but essentially, it doesn’t stop there, according to the sales page.
You will discover (and I’m quoting):
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I only spotted one hypey expression (the “we think it will blow you away”). The content on this sales page is clear and easy to understand. There are no “this is what Ninja Curation Profits isn’t” and then some obscur points. You get to know exactly what you get, oh, yes, and to get back to what made me go “wow!” in the beginning…
After the testimonials and the bonuses, Tim and Anthony tell you about the OTO’s – the One Time Offers. Nothing hidden here. It’s the first time I see that mentioned on a sales page. Others might have done it, of course, but I haven’t seen it before.
The price is stil low for a few more days. After that, it will be removed from the Warrior Forum and put up for sale for a higher price at ClickBank.
I recommend that you get in now: http://getmoneymakingideas.com/get/ncp
Yeah, I know, I should probably offer you a bonus, like everybody else, to bribe you, but on the other hand, I think that’s the desperate doing of people who don’t review products – just promote them and want to make money. I only recommend products you can benefit from, in which case that is the bonus in itself. However, if you really don’t want to buy, unless you get a bonus, let me know, and I’ll get you one.
Missed part one? Read it here: I’m About to Review Another Promsing Product – Ninja Curation Profits – About Video Curation