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Saturday, April 6, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM MST
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Tempe Public Library 
3500 S Rural Road
Tempe, AZ 85282

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(602) 745-7250 

How to Develop a Killer Marketing Message that boosts responses, conversions and sales!

From Start-Up Entrepreneur To Seasoned Pro!  Learn It Today!  Use It Tomorrow! 

marketing techniquesThe biggest obstacle to small business success is the lack of a compelling marketing message. "How To Develop A Killer Message" shows you step-by-step how to create a unique and compelling message that makes prospects think, “Wow!  I would have to be a raving lunatic not to contact this company right now.”

Combine “Killer Message” with Alan’s workshop, “How The Secrets Of The World’s Best Copywriters Can Make You More Money,” for a fuller understanding of how you can increase sales without increasing your marketing budget.

What you will learn in this class: 

  • Why you absolutely, positively must be different from your competitors and how to do it
  • How to structure every single message for maximum IMPACT
  • The AIDA Code:  The Copywriter’s Secret
  • How you’re probably ignoring 94% of your prospects
  • Why your #1 marketing tool might be driving your prospects into the arms of your competitors

You will receive:

  • 10 Fascinating Facts About Headlines
  • John Smith’s Eyes: Virtually Free Market Research for Small Businesses

Attend this class or keep on doing what you’re doing and getting the same poor results.

*** Free ***

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Alan Tarr is a former Madison Avenue copywriter who discovered it was more satisfying – and profitable – to own and market his own small businesses. He spent over 25 years operating three different companies before founding MoneyWords Marketing in 2001. He has spoken and written extensively on messaging and branding strategies including his 2007 book, The Seven Deadly Sins of Marketing, and is the creator of the multi-media tutorial program “Write Like A Madman And Make Money Like Crazy."