One Funnel Away Challenge BONUSES:
All the eligible bonuses are listed below.
To get your bonuses forward the email receipt from your “One Funnel Away Challenge” purchase to me at [email protected] This receipt can either be for the $119.95 amount or, if you get the $37 add on, $156.95. Plus, at the top of the receipt cut and paste which of the following bonuses you want, up to $200.00 worth at bonus value.
We’re rounding up for the bonus amount, as indicated at the end of each bonus description below.
Copywriter Protege Program — This is my bundle of the complete 25 hours of downloadable video, supplemental materials, 25 hours of downloadable Mp3 audios and 681 pages of downloadable transcripts. This is has a total value of $997.00 + $597.00 + $497.00 = $2,091.00 but I’m counting this at the special bundle price of only $97. This special price is normally only offered once or twice a year and for only four days at a time but I’m including this at the special discounted price which counts as $100 for the “One Funnel Away” Challenge bonus.
One Hour of 1-on-1 Coaching With Marketing Strategist, Copywriter, Carl Galletti. An hour of my telephone/Skype coaching is normally $597.00 but you can count this as only $100 for the bonus. Please note that this is a TRAINING coaching only. I won’t try to upsell you during the call, so it’s pure training that you’ll be getting.
Two Hours of 1-on-1 Coaching With Marketing Strategist, Copywriter, Carl Galletti. Two hours of my telephone/Skype coaching as per above. It is normally $597.00 per hour, so this has a $1194.00 value but you can count it as only $200 for the bonus.
Newstrack Advertising Classics — A collection of 8 of the greatest advertising books in audio format. Originally sold in audio cassette format for $295, then in CD for $195. I normally sell this as over 21 hours of instantly downloadable mp3 format at $97.00. This counts as $100 for the bonus.
Eugene Schwartz LIVE! A Workshop at Rodale Press — The only surviving video of Gene. He teaches his process for writing copy. A rare find. Normally sells for $49.97. This counts as $50 for the bonus.
2001 Greatest Headlines — A collection of more than 2000 successful headlines to inspire your own headline creation. And, as many famous copywriters have said: the headline is the most important part of your ad. Normally sells for $49.97. This counts as $50 for the bonus.
Gene Schwartz on Breakthrough Copy by Eugene M. Schwartz — Shows you how one of the greatest copywriters of all time writes his copy. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
Freedom Encyclopedia Mailing Package written by Gene Schwartz — An excellent opportunity to examine one of Gene’s greatest mailing packages. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
127 Winning Headlines by Gene Schwartz — Compiled and written by Lawrence Bernstein. Brings Gene’s work in one volume with an analysis of each of his famous ads. Normally sells for $29.97. This counts as $30 for the bonus.
Fundamentals in Advertising by Albert D. Lasker — This is the transcript of a talk given by Lasker to teach his copywriters about the principles set down by Claude Hopkins, John E. Kennedy and himself to dominate the advertising business in his day. It normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
The Robert Collier Letter Book by Robert Collier — The most recommended book on the subject of letter writing. Remember, these fundamental principles can also be applied to emails, web copy, etc. Normally sells for $29.97. This counts as $30 for the bonus.
Robert Collier’s Million Dollar Sales Letters — A sampling of letters actually written by collier. Includes many classic examples, such as the dollar bill letter and the coin letter. A great companion to the letter book. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
Basic Correspondence Library by Herbert Watson of The System Company — This is one of the books that Robert Collier learned from. It contains two huge volumes that get into great details about letter writing. Normally sells for $29.97. This counts as $30 for the bonus.
How To Write Letters That Win by Herbert Watson of The System Company — Here’s another great book on letter writing that served as a great influence for Robert Collier. Normally sells for $29.97. This counts as $30 for the bonus.
How To Write a Good Advertisement 1942 by Vic Schwab — This is the first edition of the book which has the principles laid down by Schwab. Later versions included a list of ads which are not in this one but we’ve made up for that elsewhere in this offer. It normally sells for $19.97 This counts as $20 for the bonus.
41 Great Ads and What Made Them Great— A timeless collection of proven great ads written by some of the greatest ad writers throughout history. Includes an analysis of each. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
72 Master Letters and What Made Them Pay by The System Company (contemporary of Lord & Thomas agency and included many people trained by them) — Here are the 72 most effective from among 5,063 successful letters gathered through a nation-wide search. It gives you great insight into how to write successful copy, not just for letters but also for emails, web pages, etc. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
The 100 Best Headlines and How They Could Make You Rich by Carl Galletti — Shows how to write effective headlines. Includes some of the best for your study. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
How To Create Advertising That Sells by David Ogilvy — David Ogilvy’s course in advertising. Contains 38 specific, insightful and amazing tips to improve your advertising and promotions. Normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
The First Hundred Million Expanded Version — This book tells how one man sold over 100 million books. Includes what topics and subjects the public wants to buy. Dan S. Kennedy said: “provides that very, very rare inside look at all the thinking, strategy, mis-adjustments, experiments and lessons behind an epic success.” Ted Nicholas said: “Reveals more useful marketing secrets than any book I’ve ever read.” This is the first time the EXPANDED VERSION is being released. It includes a statistical analysis of all the titles mentioned in the book but puts them all in one place so you can more easily see the winners. Organized by number sold and by subject/number sold. Also includes a detailed history of The Little Blue Books which are the subject of this work. Normally sells for $29.97. This counts as $30 for the bonus.
Scientific Advertising VIDEO version — The book is such an important one that you need to firmly install it’s brilliance into your marketing mindset. That is best done with multiple media. Brain scientists agree that using multiple modes in your studying achieves better retention. Audio and video works wonders to do that. Jay Abraham read Scientific Advertising dozens of times to firmly integrate its wisdom. This gives you a short cut because using the audio and/or video supplements the reading and brings you to the knowledge much quicker. This video version sells for $29.97 and counts as $30 for the bonus.
Scientific Advertising AUDIO version — The audio version sells for $19.97 and counts as $20 for the bonus.
My Life in Advertising by Claude C. Hopkins — This is his autobiography but, more importantly, it is the background which led him to his discoveries. For me, it clarified how and why the principles in Scientific Advertising came about. It sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus. Also, available is the audio version which normally sells for $19.97. This counts as $20 for the bonus.
Reason Why Advertising PLUS — This is actually three books in one. Reason Why Advertising, Intensive Advertising and a third book which was pretty much the same as Reason Why Advertising but with a different title and additional material. The additional material is included here. This set normally sells for $29.97. It was written by John E. Kennedy, the man who preceded Claude Hopkins at the Lord & Thomas advertising agency and who discovered the principle of “Salesmanship in Print.” This counts as $30 for the bonus.