Fees Based on Helping You Reach Your Goals

Before we get into this page, let me quote Brian Kurtz, former executive vice president of Boardroom, one of the most successful direct marketers on the planet.

"Never be a cheapskate with copy and creative … it’s just not the place to cut costs … it’s the place to invest in world-class resources. Don’t leave this make-or-break area of your business to amateurs."

First things first ... if you look at my fees as a cost, I'm always going to seem expensive. If you look at my fees as an investment, then you're getting an excellent value.

In the past five years, my copy has helped my clients generate well over $400 million in revenue. One client has built two of the biggest successes in the ultra-competitive dietary supplements market. Another client was just acquired by The Golf Channel, a division of NBC Universal. I helped this client generate close to $200 million through 250 promotions. Another client generated more than $1.5 million a month for a $19 ebook.

My fees may, at first, will seem significant ... and they are ... I explain why below. But my fees are a TINY FRACTION of the revenue generated. I base my fees on helping you achieve the success you want to achieve.

Some potential clients find my fees reasonable. Others find them low when compared to other direct response copywriters … while some get “sticker shock” and never talk to me again. I don’t know where you will be after seeing a quote but … here are some important considerations.

  1. I base my fees on providing you with the highest level of direct response copywriting to help you maximize your response and revenue. I write quickly to help you generate revenue faster but I do not cut corners.
  2. My service a premium service based on going through all the steps necessary to help you succeed. My services are priced accordingly.
  3. My direct response copy has helped my clients generate over $400 million in the last five years. I cannot, due to NDAs, disclose what these clients have paid me but, suffice to say, it’s a tiny fraction of the revenue. For one client, fees amount to .0023% of revenue generated.
  4. Look at what you believe the copy will generate for you and consider the potential return on the investment.
  5. My fees are not the lowest but they are not the highest.
  6. The number of direct response copywriters who can actually convert readers, viewers, and listeners into buyers is extremely low … around 100 in the world. I’m actively speaking with potential clients every week.
  7. If the fee is significantly above what you are willing/able to pay, I wish you the best on your direct marketing journey.
  8. If you’re ready to move forward, I look forward to working with you.

To maximize conversion, I need to spend significant time working on your copy. I need to complete a thorough research process (40% of the project time) then I need to spend ample time writing and revising. And that's before you see the copy and recommend tweaks and changes. I like to produce at least two different versions of the copy to test. Once the copy is live and we discover which version is producing the best results, additional versions should be tested based on the winner. I try to beat my own controls.

Yes ... it's a long process but it will ultimately yield the highest possible conversion.

I base my fees on three pricing models. ONE. A straight fee for the project. TWO. A fee for the project plus a percentage of the increase in revenue. THREE. A monthly retainer for companies with ongoing work. This retainer may also incorporate a royalty based on the increase in revenue. Most direct response copywriters work using one of these models. BUT MOST IMPORTANTLY ... I base my fees based on the financial model and the needs of my clients.

IMPORTANT: If you're looking for the lowest possible price, please do not contact me. I recommend you go to a 'commodity' site.

When you see my fee as an investment, then you'll be delighted. You bring the traffic. I'll bring the conversion and the revenue.

Please go here for a quote or call 704-517-0241. Skype: ScottMartin22.