Hey there, good to see you! Glad you followed the link I sent.
I’ll get right to it.
I’m recommending that you engage SNAP Copy to write and optimize your copy projects (and let’s admit it — there’s copywriting involved in nearly all projects, isn’t there?).
Read all the way to the bottom for the special offer SNAP put together just for you, my friend. 🙂
SNAP has worked on all sorts of copy projects for my business
I think of SNAP as part of my team, minus the ongoing management & overhead. In fact, I often
simply ask my VA to send them our upcoming copy projects. Done and done.
Basically, they’re my on-demand copy + optimization experts.
I’ve relied on SNAP’s expertise to get more clickthroughs and higher ROI on my…
- Landing pages
- Sales pages
- PPC ads
- Facebook ads
- Product descriptions
- Call to action copy
- Opt-in copy
- Email subject lines
I’ve been lucky enough to work directly with James E. Turner and Lianna Patch, who co-run SNAP. James and Lianna manage a small roster of highly vetted, experienced copywriters, and they personally review each project before it’s sent back to the client.
JAMES E. TURNER (THE “E” STANDS FOR EXCELLENT)
AND LIANNA PATCH, SNAP CO-OWNERS
SNAP works on a credit system, so you can buy SNAP Credits and redeem them for better copy when you need it.
Here’s how SNAP Credits work:
1. First, you’ll buy Credits, and fill out a short Client Brief to tell SNAP about your business.
2. When you’re ready to spend Credits on a copy project, you’ll fill out a Project Brief to tell SNAP more about your goals for that project.
3. You’ll get your conversion-optimized copy in your inbox within a matter of days.
Smaller jobs, like PPC ad copy and short email copy optimization (each 1 Credit) get turned around faster than bigger jobs. Makes sense, right?
For any project that will cost more than 4 credits, SNAP will confirm the number of credits with you before getting started.
(No matter how big the job, though, trust me when I say it’s still much faster than booking out a qualified copywriter weeks in advance for the same project.)
If you like, you can check out the full list of Ways to Use Your SNAP Credits (link will open in a new tab).
For my small business, working with SNAP is easier and more cost-effective than keeping an expert conversion copywriter on retainer.
Want an example of the kinds of work I send to SNAP?
Here’s one project SNAP recently did for me. They wrote this opt-in for my site, Productive Flourishing:
(I’ll be honest — I didn’t even like the copy that much.)
But numbers don’t lie.
After the copy test was complete, SNAP’s opt-in copy had boosted signups by 129%.
I still didn’t like the copy that much… but I liked the results it brought.
If you want to improve your results-focused copy, then SNAP has something for you.
SNAP has agreed to offer the people I send them something they’ve never offered anyone else: a chance to “test drive” their service.
Normally, to get started working with SNAP, you’d need to buy at least a pack of 5 SNAP Credits.
But I spoke with James and Lianna, and they agreed that for the folks whom I personally think would benefit from working with SNAP, they’d offer their Optimize Your Opt-In Messaging service free of charge (a $199, or 1-Credit, value).
It’s a chance for you to work on a project with SNAP completely free of risk or worry — and you might just get a 129% lift on your list signups!
Sounds like a win to me.
Go ahead and click the button below (or just click right here) to get what I’m affectionately calling “The Charlie Deal”: