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Boost Your Sales Copy With One Simple Tweak
By: Palyn Peterson
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    When you write your email, the address of your sales page in the link you will create to go to it, will look like this: ";First-Name;&b=;Last-Name;". But when you send out your email to your subscribers, your newsletter managing service/script/program will fill in those codes with the subscribers first and last name. So when the subscriber clicks on the link, the address to your sales page will actually look like this: "".

    If you only cared to use the subscribers first name, you would only need to use "" in "choppers.php", and the address to that page in the link in your email would look like: ";First-Name;", and for your subscriber Fred, his link address would end up looking like: "".

    You have just now taken many steps in front of your competition. You are now able to market much more personally than most people think is even possible.

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