It doesn’t matter if you are good with words and you can write well. When it comes to sales letter writing, there are a few specific tips that you would have to keep in mind. A sales letter must address the person directly. It should always be personal as it lets your customer trust you. And selling a product is all about trust. The more your readers trust you the more they would be opting for it. When it comes to selling your product or service, keep your language as simple as possible. The main function of a sales letter is to tell your readers the benefits of the product or service. And it should always be done in a very simple language. It doesn't pay to be aggressive. The moment you resort to hard sell methods, your consumers would run away from it. Don’t exaggerate. Keep it simple. All the discounts and freebies that you offer with the product or service must always be explicitly mentioned in the sales letter. It always pays to tell your customers in clear words what gifts or incentives they would receive. And yes, the sales letter must always be made useful to the reader. So, you can have your newsletter included in it or you could have some other useful information included.
So, the bottom line is that your sales letter should always be simple but it should always be useful to the readers. Marketing is not just about hard selling. Your sales letter must be with some personal touch and must be convincing to read.
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