I don't know if you're on Clayton Makepeace's mailing list or not. If not, I recommend Clayton's products on a regular basis, to the right people. "Yes," I say to those who ask. "Do it! Without reservation...do it!"
Well...truth be told, I do hold a secret qualm about his materials.
You see...Clayton...in my opinion, is almost too real - too potent -- for the average wanna-be. Consequently, I only recommend his materials to the most serious among us. Those I see with exceptional potential who just need an extra...something.
You've seen for yourself, in my recent videos, there's more to writing than what meets the eye. What's behind the curtain...the codes...are almost too much to comprehend for the average writer going it alone, reading and, for the ambitious, hand copying the classics.
Fortunately, Clayton is offering to sell his entire copywriting process on DVD -- the same process he uses to make millions per year -- for much less than it's worth. Not that you can put a dollar value on financial autonomy.
I mean, what would you pay to be able to close your document, walk across the street and go fishing, as I do...whenever you want to? And what's it worth to be able to work anywhere you want, for whom you want, at fees usually associated with celebrities and reported in the National Enquirer?
And, here in Minnesota, while others complain about winter's unkind cold; "My hands...My feet...," I'll be saying, "MIAMI!"
One of my clients lives in an executive condo on the beach and owns a sail boat with 3 cabins. And I do love the water!
Even though traveling is a bother, access to client's cabins, luxury cars, summer homes, ATV's, boats with as much square footage as a permanent home, and other recreational stuff, is a fringe benefit of this career.
Anyway...I was there...at the Makepeace Power Marketing Summit and I've watched my DVD's 3 times through. With all of the bother and expense of travel, I figure I paid twice what he's asking you to pay...but you can only get them at this price for fewer than 24 hours. Then the price jumps up by $2,500.
And if you've been on Clayton's mailing list for some time, you've probably heard the name, Carline Anglade-Cole. Clayton taught her what's on the DVD's and she's on track to bust a million. I think she's hovering around $700,000 or $800,000 just now.
She's offering for free, a 26-page report; "How to Write Magalogs, Tabloids and Other Monster Promos".
Now, maybe Carline isn't aware of the fact that you can also download a good bit of her portfolio there. But then again, she's so prolific, perhaps she's not concerned about handing over the keys to her level of income.
'Nuf fer now, I'm going to get on with my Sunday. I've got an email to writer for a client, a six-figure contract to negotiate and some fishing to do.
Wish me luck,