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David Deutsch A-List Copywriting Secrets-old

New FREE Video Reveals How a Billion-Dollar Copywriter Comes Up with Big Ideas

How do you sell almost a billion dollars worth of goods and services?

In every conceivable media – from TV and radio, to print ads to online sales pages and VSLs.

From the halls of Madison Avenue to the super-competitive, measured-to-a-tenth-of-a-percent world of direct response?

Here’s how ↓ ↓
With a steady stream of BIG ideas.

New FREE Video Reveals How a Billion-Dollar Copywriter Comes Up with Big Ideas

How do you sell almost a billion dollars worth of goods and services?

In every conceivable media – from TV and radio, to print ads to online sales pages and VSLs.

From the halls of Madison Avenue to the super-competitive, measured-to-a-tenth-of-a-percent world of direct response?

Here’s how ↓ ↓
With a steady stream of BIG ideas.

"...his A-List Copywriting Secrets is a legitimate treasure trove worth far more than its modest ask."

Dan S. Kennedy

Author, The Ultimate Sales Letter and the No B.S. book series

"You write well." 

David Ogilvy

Founder, Ogilvy & Mather Advertising

"If you can afford 'the big guns', I’d encourage you to call David Deutsch."

Jay Abraham

Legendary Marketing Guru, 
Author, Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got

Today, David Deutsch, one of the world’s most successful (and, until now, most reclusive) copywriters, spills the beans on how he comes up with his multi-million-dollar big ideas.

If you’ve got just four minutes and two seconds, David will show you…

  • How to use 2nd grade math to generate hundreds of ideas you can turn into headlines and hooks that keep prospects glued to your copy until they order.
  • A simple technique to make your copy stand out from your competitors… by giving people reasons to buy that none of your competitors are talking about.
  • PLUS, A SPECIAL BONUS… Why you should love… and deliberately create… BAD ideas. Sounds crazy, until you understand how it can make you rich.

These 242 seconds
could change the way
you write copy forever.


"...his A-List Copywriting Secrets is a legitimate treasure trove worth far more than it's modest ask."

Dan S. Kennedy

Author The Ultimate Sales Letter and the No B.S. book series

"You write well." 

David Ogilvy

Founder, Ogilvy & Mather Advertising

"If you can afford "the big guns”, I’d encourage you to call David Deutsch."

Jay Abraham

Legendary Marketing Guru, 
Author, Getting Everything You Can Out of All You’ve Got

Today, David Deutsch, one of the world’s most successful (and, until now, most reclusive) copywriters, spills the beans on how he comes up with his multi-million-dollar big ideas.

If you’ve got just four minutes and two seconds, David will show you…

  • How to use 2nd grade math to generate hundreds of ideas you can turn into headlines and hooks that keep prospects glued to your copy until they order.
  • A simple technique to make your copy stand out from your competitors… by giving people reasons to buy that none of your competitors are talking about.
  • PLUS, A SPECIAL BONUS… Why you should love… and deliberately create… BAD ideas. Sounds crazy, until you understand how it can make you rich.

These 242 seconds could change the way you write copy forever.


Simply enter your best email address here…
... and we’ll get you this free video lesson.

David has never shared this lesson with anyone before. Except for the few folks who paid tens of thousands of dollars to bring David across the ocean for this live training.

Today, it’s all yours – and it’s free – as part of our “sneak preview” of David's new A-List Copywriting Secrets home study program.

At the end of this short free lesson, we’ll tell you how you can get the full version of the course... and work with David directly in live group coaching sessions.

But I’m getting ahead of myself. For now, I suggest you take advantage of this free offer before it goes away.

John Carlton

Legendary copywriter ("The most ripped-off writer on the Web") and author of "The Entrepreneur's Guide To Getting Your Shit Together"

I’ve known David Deutsch since Gary Halbert invited him to one of our infamous “Hot Seat Seminars” in exotic, chaotic Key West.

We both were on the “A List” of sought-after writers for the largest direct mail operations on the planet. (Rodale Press, for me, and Boardroom, Inc. for David.)

“A List” means we are recognized as being in that tiny slice of writers worldwide with the chops, the experience, and the trustworthiness to handle the expensive, deadline-sensitive, incredibly competitive jobs for companies that spend millions on a single mailing.

David has had as many as six controls at one time for these behemoth mailers — something that only a handful of writers have ever accomplished in the history of advertising.

His advice is pure gold for any writer seeking to follow the very specialized path he excels at.

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