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Wait! Before you head off to learn how to create your first info product, here's something really important that will help you immensely on your journey to become an independent marketer...

"How to Write a Sales Letter in 1 Hour Even If You’ve Never Written a Sales Letter Before"

Do you have or plan to sell your own low-priced info product?

Are you clueless when it comes to writing sales letters fast?

Would you love to get this task over with and get onto something more interesting… like creating more info products?

Britt Malka

Hi, I'm Britt Malka, and patience is NOT one of my virtues.

Since 2004, I’ve written my own sales letters.

I still wonder how I managed to sell a few products with my first attempts, because those sales letters were far from stellar.

They took a lot of work, though.

I’ve spent $3,700 on courses alone, and an unmeasurable sum on copywriting books.

All that taught me to write better sales letter.

It was still painfully slow!

And patience is NOT among my few virtues.

I want this task done at a fast and furious speed.

One hour? I can live with that.

Two? No way!

Not for a low-priced products.

I would rather spend that time creating my next product, and I bet you feel the same.

That’s Why I Created 1-Hour Sales Letters

This course does exactly what it says on the cover: it helps you write a sales letter in one hour.


The course consists of a 23-minute video, explaining how to use the fill-in-the-blank outline.

Once you’ve been through the videos, check out the included case studies.

They will show you how I filled out the blanks for two of my recent products.

You’ll even get to see how long each part took me… and it may surprise you.

You’ll also get the template I use, both in a mind-map format as well as text.

Who is this for?

If you’re a new marketer who wants to sell an info product, then this is for you.

If you’re an existing marketer with low-priced products to sell and with little patience, then this is for you as well.

Let me be honest with you…

Learning copywriting from scratch, spending weeks writing and polishing a sales letter will provide you with better results.

If you’re selling high-ticket products… if your price range is $10,000 or more, then that’s the route you should go.

Or hire an A-class copywriter to write your sales letter for you. He may charge you $10K or more, but that’s just one sale for you in that case.

If you’re anything like me with low-priced products, then increasing your conversion with .5% thanks to a stellar sales letter won’t make a difference.

Your time and money would be better spent creating your next product and building your list with buyers.

The choice is yours…

Go through a formal training, pay thousands of dollars, learn and write slowly.

Or go through my short videos today, and type your next sales letter in one hour.

Let me ask you this question...

How much would it be worth to you to write sales letters faster than the wind?

$2,000? $10,000?

Well, I’m not going to charge you that much for this course.

Not even $1,000.

Not even $1,000.

For only $24.96—the price of four meals at McDonalds—you can get access today.

Click below to get 1-Hour Sales Letters for only $24.96 TODAY

All you need to do now is to click the buy button below. You’ll get instant access even at 3 am.

After purchase, you'll get an email with a link to download. You'll also see the download link(s) straight away. If you're not already a subscriber to my list, the system will add you. You can unsubscribe at any moment if you don't like my emails.




PS If you have questions or doubts about if this course can help you, let me know. Just click the link below to reach me on my support desk.

PPS Save time and energy for creating your next product instead of writing a sales letter. Use my fill-out-the-blanks template, and have your sales letter written in one hour.

Check out the included case studies to see how I filled out the template, and how long each point took me to finish.

Because of the nature of this product, all sales are final.

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