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Okay, so thatis a respectful way of putting it. The sales page has more screaming capital letters than a 6th grader discovering the best way to text. The colours are making your eyeballs bleed. It's stuffed with links to external sites ( and even a big flashing associate sign up call ) - and you think those blinking arrows have just put you into some type of fit.

Try it this way, and Ican virtually guarantee a 99% "yes" answer rate.

A simpler way to station your offensive suggestion is something more along the lines of : "That's agreat product and a fairly dynamic selling page, but my list is a conservative bunch who think beige is too much color on a wall. Would you be okay with me writing apromotional letter that they are going to be so comfortable with, so it brings us both more sales?"

This is just a matter of common pleasantness - but it is fantastic how many marketers opt to skip over this step. Some do this because their concept is, if they're going to promote this young dog, it had better bark or theyare not squandering time, and the seller can just sort it.

Whatever you do, don't contact the vendor and say, "Hey, your sales page sucks. I gotta rewrite it, looks like a chimp went berserk in the dark, with a collection of fluorescent paints and a banana."

You've checked out a product and got excited, because it's perfect for your list... But there's one serious flaw.

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