Mike Pavlish

My 6th recession: predictions for 2022+ for direct response marketing business and copywriting

This will be my 6th recession since I’ve been inthe direct response business. Here are five things I’ve learned from previousrecessions, and how you can profit from them: 1. Most of your competitors will operate out of fear (the strongest emotion) and cut spending on marketing,quality, personnel.If you stay strong and keep these up, you… Continue reading My 6th recession: predictions for 2022+ for direct response marketing business and copywriting

New Offer Success: 9 Keys To Creating A New Offer That Is A Big Winner

Here are key questions that will dramatically increase your odds of developing and launching a new offer that is a big winner. These questions are based on my real-world experience in having been involved in over 75 new product launches in the direct marketing industry.  “Are similar products or services already selling good?” People have… Continue reading New Offer Success: 9 Keys To Creating A New Offer That Is A Big Winner

Headline Copywriting Tip

This headline copywriting tip almost always increases response. Usually by A LOT. The tip: make your proof element part of your headline. This adds credibility and believability which increases readership which increases sales. Here are three basic examples: ************************* NO: How to lose weight fast YES: How to lose weight fast according to Harvard University… Continue reading Headline Copywriting Tip

Why THINKING is MORE IMPORTANT than COPYWRITING

Many people are SHOCKED when point this out … Great copywriting results come from a lot of hard THINKING and include: * market niche and product selection * thinking like your prospect is thinking * market research to determine customer desires * research to find compelling mechanisms, hooks and reasons why * positioning * offer… Continue reading Why THINKING is MORE IMPORTANT than COPYWRITING

How To Find A Great “Big Idea”​ For Your Direct Response Sales Letter or Video

Everyone knows you need a powerful “Big Idea” for your sales letter or video to be a big winner. It has to be VERY STRONG for it to scale on cold traffic and make a lot of money. But I’d say 90%+ of the sales letters I see have a WEAK Big Idea. It is NOT strong enough to… Continue reading How To Find A Great “Big Idea”​ For Your Direct Response Sales Letter or Video

The Gain/Escape Copywriting Tip

All copywriting includes the benefits to be gained… But the most successful copywriting ALSO includes … the NEGATIVES that will be REMOVED from the buyers life. Why? People are even MORE motivated to ESCAPE a NEGATIVEthan they are to gain a positive. If you only talk about gaining positives, you are missing outon a more… Continue reading The Gain/Escape Copywriting Tip

Mike Pavlish’s Empath Copywriting Secret

The Empath Copywriting Technique that generated $700 Million in supplement sales If you want a BIG increase in your conversion rates, and to make a lot more money, read this … Here’s a secret I use to write copy that crushes it and that has has sold over $700 Million in health supplements and info… Continue reading Mike Pavlish’s Empath Copywriting Secret

The Mike Pavlish Curiosity Principle

Curiosity, used properly, can dramatically increase the conversion rate, sales and profits of your direct response advertising. Curiosity can be as effective as using traditional customer benefits, and sometimes even more so. When copywriting combines these two together –curiosity and customer benefits– it can increase the response rate of advertising exponentially. Curiosity is extremely powerful… Continue reading The Mike Pavlish Curiosity Principle

MIke Pavlish’s Power Of Unspoken Desires

To write a sales letter that is a big winner in highly competitive direct response niches today, you need an “edge”. Using the power of Unspoken Desires gives you this edge. Unspoken desires are customer benefits and desires that are NOT found by using traditional market research methods, yet these are the most powerful motivating… Continue reading MIke Pavlish’s Power Of Unspoken Desires