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by Harlan Kilstein

eBook Steal This Book!: Million Dollar Sales Letters You Can Legally Steal to Suck in Cash Like a Vacuum on ePub
Author: Harlan Kilstein
Language: English
ISBN: 193359649X
ISBN13: 978-1933596495
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing (March 1, 2005)
Pages: 372
Category: Marketing & Sales
Subcategory: Perfomance
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 616
Formats: docx lit lrf mbr
ePub file: 1792 kb
Fb2 file: 1561 kb

Within a short time you'll have your own million-dollar sales letter treasure chest.

Why? You can collect your own swipe file for free by just saving your "junk" mail. I analyzed a lot of the copywriting and established that Harlan Kilstein isn't really that great. Some of his grammar is off. He doesn't write a headline or subhead properly. Within a short time you'll have your own million-dollar sales letter treasure chest.

Book Description The number one goal of every business is to increase the return on investment of each marketing dollar.

In Steal This Book: Million Dollar Sales Letters You Can Legally Steal To Suck In Cash Like A Vacuum on Steroids, not only do you get examples of what really works, you also get instructions on how to adapt these letters for any business. Book Description The number one goal of every business is to increase the return on investment of each marketing dollar. Whether you want to generate a huge response from a newspaper or magazine ad, a direct mail letter, or an internet site, the most important element you need to know is "What really works?"

The Ultimate Sales Letter. Holbrook, MA: Adams Media, 1990. 10. Kilstein, Harlan. Steal This Book! Million Dollar Sales Letters You Can Legally Steal to Suck in Cash Like a Vacuum on Steroids.

The Ultimate Sales Letter. 11. Lewis, Herschell Gordon. Direct Mail Copy That Sells! – Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1984. 12. Nicholas, Ted. How to Turn Words into Money.

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Million Dollar Sales Letters You Can Legally Steal to Suck in Cash Like a Vacuum on Steroids. Bet you want to get your hands on it. Well, you can’t. Not for a couple months at least. This guy knows his stuff. I’ll let you know when this gotta have book’s finally released. Until then, I’ll keep reading and will report back here. It’s by Harlan Kilstein. Harlan is an ordained Rabbi. He once ran one of the largest hypnosis centers in the US. While you can’t really steal any of the letters - not word for word, anyway - you can certainly be inspired by them. As I’ve said many times, professional sales letter writers are called copywriters because we copy. He learned copywriting after learning story-telling and hypnosis, which means his foundation of learning was different.

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Steal This Book is a book written by Abbie Hoffman. The book sold more than a quarter of a million copies between April and November 1971. The book is, in the style of the counterculture, mainly focused on ways to fight the government, and against corporations in any way possible. The book is written in the form of a guide to the youth

The number one goal of every business is to increase the return on investment of each marketing dollar. Whether you want to generate a huge response from a newspaper or magazine ad, a direct mail letter, or an internet site, the most important element you need to know is ""What really works?"" Every time a business experiments in testing, it costs money and may not produce a return. Finally, there's an opportunity for the ordinary business to become extraordinary. Harlan Kilstein has produced a collection of proven sales letters that have generated millions of dollars in sales for both online and offline companies. Kilstein's sales letters are pure gold; one recent online letter brought in $110,000 a minute. In Steal This Book: Million Dollar Sales Letters You Can Legally Steal To Suck In Cash Like A Vacuum on Steroids, not only do you get examples of what really works, you also get instructions on how to adapt these letters for any business. Ask any copywriter what his most important possession is and he'll point to his ""swipe file"" of proven winners accumulated over years. Now, you have the opportunity to get a multi-million dollar swipe file in your hands and put it to use. The Forward to Steal This Book was written by copywriter John Carlton.
Fordg
If by "copywriting" you mean plagerising other people's work and using photos from shutterstock then harlans your man!!
If you actually want to learn anything of validity then I would steer clear of anything that this well known scam artist puts his name to.
Vobei
Google this scam artist before you pay.

Then take a shower.

This guy also claims to be a knowledgeable keto guy. And he’s fat. Yet people buy his Pinterest recipe books.
huckman
Insane price to ask for a book with very little helpful information. There’s far more helpful information you can find using Google than paying for this scam artists crazy book.
Kikora
First of all, his sales copy isn't that great. If he claims that these letters have made his clients (and not even himself) millions then it goes to show that any half-a-brain can write a decent sales letter and make money.

This book was over $100 and maybe worth $35 at best. Why? You can collect your own swipe file for free by just saving your "junk" mail.

I analyzed a lot of the copywriting and established that Harlan Kilstein isn't really that great. Some of his grammar is off. He doesn't write a headline or subhead properly. Some of the letters are capitalized while others aren't, ruining the continuity of the piece(s).

I recommend you study Dan Kennedy (The Ultimate Sales Letter) or study Gary Halbert's letters (if you can find them) because those two are the two best copywriters on earth. (Gary Halbert is now deceased as of this year but his copywriting legacy will live on forever.)

Furthermore, it seems that Harlan Kilstein just did copywriting for companies and never took his own risk in doing his own mailings (like I do). Therefore, does he care how the copywriting turns out? Does he give it 100%? And does he really know what the results were when the mailings went out?

He claims that he is giving you million-dollar sales letters but then admits that one (or more) he's written were never mailed. What!? That makes the title sort of deceiving, right?

I do like his book title, though..."Million Dollar Sales Letters You Can Legally Steal to Suck In Cash Like a Vacuum on Steriods."

That would make an excellent headline (in a slightly different variation) for any kind of business opportunity piece.

It is inaccurate, though. Since he wrote those pieces for clients as a "work for hire" situation, you cannot "steal" or plagarize any of the sales letters word-for-word, no matter what he says. Even as the author of the materials, he cannot give the legal go-ahead for just anyone to copy his work because he did it as a work-for-hire for someone else.

Check out Herschell Gordon Lewis and his "swipe file" (or any of his copywriting books) or just collect your junk mail. Within a short time you'll have your own million-dollar sales letter treasure chest.

One last comment: For being a "swipe" file, there aren't that many sales
letters anyway!

Not recommended.
Alsath
This guy makes money by scamming others! He should just write a book on how th be a great scam artist! I would give that 5 stars
Ungall
Research him. He's a complete scam artist!
Hurus
The author is a scam artist.
This book is a total waste of time and money... sorry
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