If, like me, you’re fascinated by cutaway illustrations, you should take a look at the posters of nuclear reactors created at BibliOdyssey. Here’s a sample (this is a linked image — click through to see it in full size):
AB — 20 December 2009
I’ve long been a fan of the “long copy” approach to direct response copywriting and have done a lot of it — mostly for postal direct mail projects, but for some online projects as well.
The idea is that in direct marketing a longer sales letter is usually better than a short one. Long copy gives you more space to sell the product — with the caveat that you actually have to have something useful and compelling to say!
Most of the sales letters I have written were four pages, although I have seen some great letters of 12 pages or even longer.
Today I was especially impressed to see a landing page created for Power4Home, a business started by solar-energy entrepreneur John Russel. The page makes great use of web graphics and incorporates embedded video in a very effective way, I think. See the landing page here:
I don’t know anything about the product being advertised — just wanted to comment on the marketing being used. If you’re interested in the topic of do-it-yourself solar power, the blog DIY Solar Homes offers some guidance, as well as reviews of some of the books and information products on the topic, including Power4Home.
AB — 18 June 2009