The Fresh Prince’s Sales Story Secrets & Template

By Douglas Pew, The #CopyComposer

Inspired by (and used with permission of) the great copywriter, The Prince of Propaganda, The Fresh Prince of Copywriting, Nathan Fraser. Based on our conversation on Episode #8 of “The Music of Copywriting Podcast.”


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    Does writing a sales letter scare the living freshness out of you?

    You’re not alone. And it’s not your fault.

    Most explanations of a sales letter… whether it’s for your online course, your membership site, or your coaching practice… are really tedious and make most entrepreneurs want to curl up in a little ball and cry themselves to sleep.

    But thanks to my friend Nathan Fraser, The Fresh Prince of Copywriting, you don’t have to assume the fetal position anymore.

    In fact, you can start dancin’ for joy!

    Why? Because you’re about to learn a fantastic way to write a powerful, persuasive, transformative sales letter that you readers will practically tap their toe to.

    But more important that, this will be the kind of sales letter that they’ll buy from because they will see their own transformation within it.

    So, let me ask you another question…

    Are you into Hip-Hop?

    I’m a classical music and Rock ‘n Roll nerd, so Hip-Hop never really appealed to me.

    Until Nathan taught all about how Hip-Hop is one of THE MOST “transformation storytelling” musical genres ever.

    So, sit back, relax, and enjoy a trip down memory lane as we take a deeper look at the theme music from the hit 90s TV show, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.”

    It’s the perfect sales letter in 20 lines, and you’re going to learn how to use it as a model to write your own sales message.

    Remember, #CopyIsMusic.

    Doug
    The #CopyComposer