"Write A Complete Sales Letter In A Weekend" -- that's what we're promising at the High Speed Copywriting Workshop May 5 and 6 in San Francisco.
Naturally, what we're doing has stirred up a lot of controversy.
Here's what high-powered copywriter Rick Duris, who wrote a lot of copy for Jay Abraham, wrote about this event on the Warrior Forum:
From what I've heard, the way they're structuring this event I think is pretty cool.
To be blunt, you'd have to be an idiot to pass this up.
Look at it this way: I was also invited to the Gary's Bencivenga 100 Retirement Seminar Event. All expenses paid. My seat was locked in.
But I was an idiot. I couldn't go that weekend. Too busy with a big project about to launch.
I was kicking myself for a year while Gary was futzing with the videos.
Can you believe it? 100 other copywriters got the jump on me for a full year! If you don't think that pissed me off, you don't me very well.
In other words, you CAN'T treat this as any old seminar. This is an event. A true opportunity.
There's gonna be world-class copywriters on stage AND in the audience at David & Brian's event. And I personally don't want to miss a moment of it.
- Rick Duris
PS: And if anyone thinks I'm being compensated to say this, I'M NOT. Without sounding all hypey dypey, I just think this is going be a darn cool event.
Click this link to see what he was talking about.
And, on another subject, lest you think we are taking ourselves too seriously, you really need to see this video about The 7 Naughty Habits of Highly Effective Copywriters.
Co-Producer, High-Speed Copywriting Private Workshop