Currently we own a shop in India for web design. Unfortunately they are not good at creating the actual content for our sites. Our site sells specific physical and downloadable products. All sites created use a long format "Sales Page" or "Pitch" to sell the product. An example can be seen here. [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] You can also go to [url removed, login to view] to see other examples of long page sales letters. We are looking for individuals with marketing experience who know how to write a good "Sales Page" or "Sales Letter" for our product. This product is a "Get out of debt" training course. This "Sales Letter" deliverable would need to be written in Microsoft word. There is no website design involved here. Our team in India will take care of this. The only thing you would need to do is highlight important phrases that will be the attention-getters. A good example of what are trying to get is here: [url removed, login to view] The sales letter should be around 3,000 words long. You will be provided with a description of the product and a current website with specific details about it. You will take this information and create "Sales Page" that will convert. We need someone with strong English skills and experience writing effective and high converting sales letters. Our target audience is the U.S.A and Canada. Please provide examples of your work.
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