Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop Review – The End of Copywriter’s Block?

Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop Review

Jo Han Mok has finally released his eagerly anticipated Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop program, and I couldn’t be more excited!

For those of you who don’t know Jo Han, he is one of the world’s most successful internet marketers and web copy writers.

In his Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop program, he seeks to automate the web copy process for you, which in turn should help to increase your sales, revenue and profitability!

Ultimate webcopy desktop review, ultimate web copywriting desktop review, ultimate web copy writing desktop reviewHaving advanced copy writing skills is one of the most critical ways for you to turn traffic to your websites into paying, credit card in hand customers.

Unfortunately, copy writing is something that doesn’t come easy for most of us, and is a big reason why so many of us fail to get beyond the two or three sales per month barrier.

Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop blasts through this barrier, and helps to turn you into a copy writing and revenue generating machine.

Here are just a few of the many benefits you will receive when you purchase Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop:

  • Cut out loads frustration and trial and error, and improve your copy writing in mere seconds!
  • Have the confidence of knowing your web marketing is as effective as possible, that it’s letting you run circles around your competition.
  • Be able to get the better copy writing results with a couple clicks of the mouse than what used to take you hours of planning, writing and editing.
  • Turn your website’s traffic into qualified buyers.

Additionally, not only has Jo Han slashed the price of Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop, but you have 60 days to get a full refund if you are not satisfied with the product. Sounds like a win/win situation to me!

What are your thoughts on copy writing? Have you ever used any of Jo Han’s copy writing products before? Have you purchased Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop? Leave your comments below!

Ultimate Web Copywriting Desktop Review

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Mass Article Creator Review – Article Marketing at its Finest

Mass Article Creator Review

One of the best ways you can improve your ranking in the search engines and drive targeted traffic to your websites is through article marketing.

Unfortunately, article marketing can be very time consuming, especially if you write brand new submissions for each site. After all, not only will you be writing and updating your blog, but you’ll be writing and submitting unique content to each article directory.

Mass Article Creator BoxMass Article Creator helps you to automate the article writing process, allowing you to essentially re-write articles with just a few clicks of the mouse.

On top of that, the Mass Article Submitter software allows you to submit your newly re-written articles to ten of the top article submission sites with – as you guessed it – just a few more clicks of the mouse.

Here are some additional benefits to using Mass Article Creator:

  • In less than 30 seconds, create up to 1,000 articles from just one article you’ve already written, giving you tons of unique content while saving you hours of work.
  • It has a huge in-built synonym database for ultra quick insertion and replacement processing.

Write Less to Get More Out of Your Readers

In order to illustrate a point, this post is going to be incredibly short. It’ll also be one of the most important posts you’ll read with regard to copywriting and getting more out of your readers.

As a writer, you need to remember that your readers have a limited attention span, and will not read every word on your page.

In fact, I’ll bet that right now, you’re just skimming through this article, looking for something to grab your attention.

If you do it, you must assume that your readers are doing it, too.

As you are writing, remember that any long paragraph will be skimmed through, and in many cases, glanced over completely. Be sure to break your writing up into smaller chunks.

One way you can help to cut down on your writing is to frequently use lists. Your readers love them and they force you to cut down on the amount of words you use.

Another trick you can use to make your writing stand out is bold your important points, since your readers’ eyes are naturally drawn to print that stands out.

Last but not least, make your point quickly. Don’t wait until the fifth paragraph to start making your move.

What are your copywriting tricks? Leave a comment below.

Help Others Succeed And You’ll Become a Success

One of the most basic reasons many of us start to develop and run websites and blogs is to try to make ourselves a small fortune.  We’ve all heard about or read stories of people who were able to come up with some product or website and very quickly turn it into a cash generating machine.

While I don’t want to burst your bubble, the chance of that happening to you or me is pretty slim to none.  I’m sorry, but it’s a fact.

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t become a successful internet entrepreneur.  In fact, there’s a simple thing you can start doing right now that will essentially guarantee that you will get far with your website or blog:


I know this point seems rather obvious, but in the quest for riches and notoriety, we tend to over look this rather meaningful item.  No matter what niche your website serves – whether you talk about politics, money, dieting, marketing, etc. – or how crowded that niche is, if you focus on your readers, you will end up succeeding.

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Be Bold and Mighty Forces Will Come to Your Aid

I’m sitting here on my 12th floor balcony overlooking the ocean and I’m starting to feel a little bit antsy.  Not in a bad way (how can it be bad, I’m at the beach?!?), but it a “what are some simple ways I can get more traffic and improve my conversions” sort of way.

What can I say, it’s difficult for me to turn it off.

Anyway, I thought back to Marshall Wayne’s guest post, which got me thinking about one of my favorite quotes of all-time:

Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid.” – Basil King (not Goethe, as many believe thanks to Almost Famous)

This quote can help you become a better blogger on a couple different fronts.  In continuing with Marshall’s theme, writing bold and catchy headlines will certainly grab readers and, at the very least, get them to read the first paragraph or two of your article.

Next, being bold and semi-outrageous in your copy will keep people on the page long enough to actually finish your post.  Over the past decade or so, it seems like it has been beaten into our heads that we need to be as politically correct and down the middle as possible so as to not offend anyone.

While that’s certainly great, it’s not going to gain you many long term readers.  After all, there are probably thousands of other blogs out there that give a middle of the road perspective, regardless of your niche.  But, if you pick a side and (most importantly) are adamant about the stance you’ve taken, you’re going to strike a chord with your readers whether they agree with you or not.

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What The Beatles Can Teach You About Blogging

“All you need is blog.  All you need is blog.  All you need is blog, blog is all you need.”

(Ok, so that’s not really how the song goes, but it’s a fitting introduction.)

What can The Beatles, one of the greatest and most well know bands in history, teach you about being successful in your online business?  They can teach you the two most fundamental (although seemingly contradictory) lessons that will take you and your blog or website to the top and help keep you there.


Can you think of a Beatles song that you genuinely don’t like?  Probably not.  It’s safe to say that The Beatles consistently put out great music.  Their music stuck with people; not only was the music catchy, but the lyrics spoke to people.

In order to become a successful blogger or internet marketer, you need to consistently put out great copy.  Your words not only have to grab people’s attention, but your words need to resonate long after people stop reading.

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Clickbank Code Review

Clickbank Code Review

Now that I’ve gotten serious about really trying to make an effort to maximize all of my online income streams, I figured it was about time to venture into affiliate marketing, and more specifically, marketing products from Clickbank.

While I had known about Clickbank for some time, I was definitely intimidated by it because, to be quite honest, I didn’t even really know where to begin.  That’s why Clickbank Code is such a helpful product.

After doing some research, I decided to check out Clickbank Code, a new product from Michael Jones that shows in a step-by-step manner how to quickly get affiliate sites up and running and leverage Clickbank so that you can start making money in a matter of days.

Clickbank Code, clickbank code review, click bank code, click bank code reviewIf you haven’t heard of Michael Jones, you’d better get used to the name, as he was able to turn himself from a relative newbie into someone making nearly $50,000 per month using the steps he outlines in Clickbank Code.  Considering I’d be happy at just 10% of that success, I figured I’d give it a try!

In Clickbank Code, Michael Jones goes into detail about how to:

  • find the hottest and best selling digital products on Clickbank
  • leverage free search engine traffic to maximize your profits
  • use social media to drive targeted BUYERS to your sites
  • track your campaigns to maximize the most profitable ones and ditch the duds

Clickbank Code is different from another learn affiliate marketing program I recently reviewed, Affiliate Classroom 2.0, in the sense that it is more of a “paint by numbers” sort of program, meaning it gives you a step by step process.  In Affiliate Classroom 2.0 you’re given a whole bunch of lessons that allow you to sort of figure out affiliate marketing on your own.

For me personally, I do better with the step by step process because I just want to hit the ground running.  Don’t get me wrong, Affiliate Classroom 2.0 is a great system and I learned a lot from it, but in terms of learning how to quickly get cash coming in from affiliate marketing (specifically from Clickbank) I thought Clickbank Code was more along the lines of what I would need to succeed.

If you’re serious about making money from Clickbank, buying the Clickbank Code program (as well as many of the extras) will be an amazing investment for you.

Clickbank Code Review

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Target Key Buying Words, Not Just Key Words

One of the most important things you need to do when trying to build up traffic to your blog or site is to determine which keywords you’re going to target.  You’ll want to pick keywords that are broad enough that they generate a lot of searches, but specific enough so that the traffic you do it is targeted.

Unfortunately, this is a pretty fine line to walk.

To give you an example, I worked incredibly hard to get Daily Fuel Economy Tip ranked on the first page of Google for the search term “fuel economy.”  I figured if I could get this widely searched keyword I’d be set and get thousands of free visitors each day on this keyword alone.

Yeah, not so much.

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Is Twitter Really Worth the Effort?

Over the past several months I’ve really started to pay attention to social media and networking and how they can be utilized to help build a brand and drive traffic to my websites.  Considering all of the major social media sites are free and have millions of users, harnessing their “power” is pretty important if you’re trying to make money online.

One of the fastest growing social media sites is Twitter, which currently has between 5M and 20M users, depending on your source.  (Kind of a wide discrepancy, don’t you think?)  No matter the current number, Twitter is still experiencing massive month-over-month growth.

With such a large and growing user base, Twitter has become a powerful marketing tool for many of us in the internet marketing game, especially those of us who are fortunate enough to have a lengthy list of followers.

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Gaming Digg’s Shout Sytem – Which Type of Shouter Are You?

It’s been a while since I’ve written anything about Digg – or anything else for that matter. Over the past probably year or so, there have been quite a few changes to Digg, most of which were good, some of which were eh, and a couple that were just plain terrible.

I feel that the biggest and most substantial change has been Digg’s addition of the Shout system. While there are things that could be done to make the system better – I’ll get into these thoughts later – overall, I like the Shout system. I think it makes Digg much more of a social site as opposed to simply a news repository.

For the three of you who may be unaware, Digg’s Shout system essentially allows you to send a submission or message to any, some, or all of your friends and, in some cases, other random users. Before the Shout system, it was hard to communicate with your friends and other Digg users. Now, it’s a breeze.

As one would expect, people have been finding creative ways to try and game the Shout system in an effort to help get their submissions promoted to the homepage. If you’re one of these users, chance are you’re likely one of the following Shouters:

Wham, bam, thank you ma’am: These kind of Shouters send out a story once and only once. They figure if it’s a quality story, it’ll get Diggs and go from there. If it sucks, people won’t Digg. These are by far the best Shouters, and tend to only send the most interesting articles.

Tit-for-Tat: You tend to get lots of messages from these Shouters, because they will let you know every single time they Digg one of your submissions, and in return for their “kindness” will ask you to make sure that you either Digg, comment and/or shout their submission(s) as well. Much of the time, these users are trying to whore their own submissions from their own websites. After all, everyone loves a sudden surge of Digg traffic – with the exception of economy hosting servers.

What have you done for me lately: These guys love to prey on their new friends. If you befriend one of these Shouters, be prepared to receive a message like the following: “Thanks for adding me as a friend! Now, please Digg all of my submissions.” Half the time these guys don’t even add you friend, too, which is kind of annoying.

Zombies: These Shouters simply do not go away. They will shout the same story over and over and over, trying to squeeze one last Digg out of their friend list. Little do these guys know, but many Diggers, upon receiving a submission one too many times, accidentally find themselves hitting the bury link as opposed to the Digg button. Hmm, imagine that.

The Only Child: These Shouters conveniently have set up their account so that they are allowed to send Shouts, however, do not receive Shouts.  This way they can annoy everyone into Digging their submissions, however, they don’t have to put up with people doing the same to them.

So, which type of Shouter are you?

My main complaint about the Shout system is it’s still very cliquey. If you don’t have a good number of friends – or aren’t friends with the right people – the Shout system is essentially worthless if you’re using it to try and get a submission some Diggs.

And, even if you have friends, but can’t get any “Power Diggers” to become your friend, you’re still pretty much screwed. Hell, just look at the homepage on any given day and it’s pretty much the same residents occupying the valuable space.

Unfortunately, there’s not a whole lot that can be done about Digg’s caste system – it is what it is. There are, however, a couple changes that could be made that I believe would make the Shout system a little better:

  1. Do away with the limit on the number of friends you can send a shout to. It’s really annoying when I want to fire off something to all of my friends to send a shout to half my friends, wait five or six minutes and then send another shout out to my remaining friends. Just let me get it out of the way in one shot.
  2. In turn for this unlimited friend Shout, make it so that each person may Shout a story just one time within a 24 hour period. There’s nothing worse than signing into Digg in the morning and seeing that the same person sent you the same link 12 different times while you were sleeping.
  3. Make it so that you can either send and receive Shouts or you’re out of the Shout system all together.

So, on that note, would you mind Shouting this for me?