Write Better Revpages

by Nnamdi A. Internet Marketer
I have just published this article in one of the Groups I belong to. Because of the limitation of the group posts, I have decided to republish this article here under a different title so that all members can have access to it.

Please, ignore it if you have read it in our group. Wishing you tremendous success with writing your revpages.

Learning to write good revpages is a skill that all should learn in order to present our programs and business opportunities in such a manner that prospective members are attracted enough by your write-up to click the link to get further information and possibly join the program.

Many revpages fall short on the above necessity. They are just cut and paste and some others do not even have cuts pasted. They are just blank. This is not good enough if you want to get sign-ups from people who read your revpages. 

I know that some members publish revpages just to fulfil their daily missions but an adage says that what is worth doing is worth doing well. Therefore, if you must publish a revpage, do it well.

Your revpage should have a good title. What I do sometimes is to use search terms found on Google for my title.

Your description should capture the essence of your opportunity. Give us, in a nutshell, what the page is all about. Simple. Do not beat about the bush but tell us why we should take the opportunity you are presenting to us.

Include keywords related to the program you are presenting to us. You may search for keywords that people are using to look for the program or similar ones.

You can write more about the opportunity if you have more to say about it. However, if you satisfied me in the first two stages, I will by now be clicking your link to get  more information.

Finally, add related items. I am very careful here. I will not willingly give my competitor the platform to hang my business opportunity. However, I can allow a collaborator to have his say knowing that whatever he says will not sink me.

Finally finally, go out there and write better revpages. Remember that you can edit your previously written revpages to meet your current standards. I often edit mine to make them better.

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About Nnamdi A. Magnate III     Internet Marketer

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Tommie McNeill Senior   Budget Home Biz
very helpful information
Nov 23rd 2010 22:18   
Som Kalpna Sharma Committed   Social Women Care Security Service Advise
A educative and good views expressed help new marketeeres to progress
Help understand and comprehend things better
Nov 24th 2010 00:44   
Sean North Professional   Business
Hi Nnamdi, great Idea republishing to the general population as well as the group, I bow to your ingenuity :)
Nov 24th 2010 01:52   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
@Sean Thank you, sir.
Nov 24th 2010 02:56   
Cindy Bolley Magnate II Premium   HHCTB?
As always great information Bronnamdi
Nov 28th 2010 14:19   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
@Cindy Bolley Thanks for your comment. Quite appreciated.
Nov 29th 2010 08:08   
Travis Winn Innovator  Business and Marketing Coach
Another great post, Bron
Dec 7th 2010 17:11   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
@Rich Kidd Thanks for appreciating this post.
Dec 8th 2010 03:29   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
Reading well written revpages gives you information for making better decisions.
Dec 8th 2010 07:39   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
"Include keywords related to the program you are presenting to us. You may search for keywords that people are using to look for the program or similar ones."

The benefit of the above in writing better revpages is that you have a ready amount of visitors already using the keywords. Therefore, if your revpage is well written, you will attract some of those visitors to your revpage through the search engines.
Dec 11th 2010 09:10   
Helen Webb Advanced  affiliate marketer
bronnamdi I've your article and comments here. I find it very helpful.
Jan 11th 2011 10:38   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
@spicelady1 Thanks for your comment.
Jan 11th 2011 12:02   
Rona T. Advanced  Program Analyst
Bronnamdi, this aritlce couldn not have come at a better time. My mission today was to write a rev page. I was on a roll and ideas were coming left and right then I started looking at the time and I said, I am not going to rush this since this is my first one I was going to take my time. Well I didn't finish it but it's ok because you only confirmed what I alredy felt. If you are going to do something do it right and not do something half heartedly to meet the mission. I got stuck on the tags and related items so I have to do the research before I can finish. Thank you! I think I will go to bed now, it's 12:31 am!
Jun 2nd 2011 23:31   
Nnamdi A. Magnate III   Internet Marketer
Thanks Rona. I have written many revpages but some of them take me over a day to write because I always want to do it well.

Copy and paste is not good enough.

Originality makes you stand out in everything you do. I always strive to stand out even in the revpages I write.

Congrats, Rona, on writing your first revpage. I look forward to reading it.
Jun 3rd 2011 03:49   
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