If last night’s email about the bartending pastor who uses “Email Players” to make extra cash to support his family doesn’t rile up the people I was hoping it’d rile up, maybe this will:
My views on the movie “Paranormal Activity”…
Here’s the blood-curdling scoop:
I once got into a conversation about the movie “Paranormal Activity.” If you have no seen it, it was a smash hit movie that pulled $194 million on a tiny $11,000 shoestring budget. It is about a San Diego couple haunted and tormented by a demonic entity, in the same kind of “found movie footage” style as the “Blair Witch Project”.
Anyway, I always thought it would have been a great sales letter.
Specifically, for Christian evangelists and churches
Because the story uses the same secret email and copywriting method I talked about last week that Black Mirror and a select other highly popular (and profitable) movies and TV shows use, but that nary a copywriting teacher, book, or seminar even mentions, must less uses.
A secret I’ve used to make all kinds of extra sales.
In all kinds of markets.
And, for all kinds of different products.
Frankly, the sales this tip can make people works so fast, it can almost be creepy.
And, it’s something I talk about (with lots of examples) in details in the November “Email Players” issue, which goes to the printer tomorrow.
It’ll be too late to get your claws on it.
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