Subject: 4 elements of a book description that sells

Those of you who attended master copywriter's Bryan Cohen's webinar on Wednesday have learnt not only how to write descriptions that sell but also got a crash course on Facebook ads.

In case you couldn't make there are still 4 days to watch the replay here: https://bryancohen.leadpages.co/sfa-webinar-alinka-rutkowska-replay/

Bryan delivers a wealth of value and you will be a transformed author after you've watched this.

This four part description is only one of the valuable things you will learn:
  1. Tagline, like "Tyranny. Murder. Hope." Can you guess which book this describes?
  2. Synopsis: Name your character, establish an emotional connection, reveal the main conflict and raise the stakes.
  3. The selling paragraph: What is it and why will I like it?
  4. Call to action: Answer the question: What should I do now?
Make sure you watch this webinar while it's available as Bryan reveals tricks few authors know about including what an attractive cover should have.


To your success!
Alinka

P.S. Remember, Bryan's webinar "5 Steps to Selling More Books for the Rest of Your Career Through Author Copywriting" will only be up for another few days, so make sure to watch now: https://bryancohen.leadpages.co/sfa-webinar-alinka-rutkowska-replay/
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