The single most important bridge between you and your customers is your ability to effectively communicate with them. To be successful in business, you have to get it right.
If you would like a free consultation, answer the following questions about your business. Email your answers me along with you name, address, phone number, website, and best email.
These are preliminary questions to help us get a conversation started.
If you have tried advertising and it hasn't worked, there is a reason. When You send in the questions above, I will give you a my formula for writing successful sales copy and advertisements.
Email the completed form to tnmonson at gmail
If you would like a free, initial consultation to help you get your business marketing working, just answer the points on the left, and email them to me along with contact information.
I will contact you within a few days.
If you have a product, service, or charity you would like to promote, this will be of interest.
I produce videos, write copy for ads and brochures, and all kinds of other media to help people sell things. I've won a ton of awards, and take a great deal of pride in helping make my customers more successful.
The video on the left is one I recently produced. When you complete the list above and send it to me, I will prepare a proposal to produce one like this for your business.
The videos I produce are surprisingly affordable.
My name is Tom Monson and I'm an award-winning author, publisher, filmmaker, and WRITING MACHINE. Like the Terminator, I never stop, and like Bryan Mills, from Taken, I'm very good at what I do.
You may be able to benefit by using someone with my skills, determination, drive, and expertise to write something that will motivate your potential customers to act in a certain way.
Over my writing career, I've written in just about every medium I can think of. I've written books, pamphlets, brochures, magazine articles, real estate listings, eulogies, movies, documentaries, a dozen screenplays, television shows, television ads, radio commercials, radio shows, newspaper articles, magazine articles, newspaper ads, tombstones, web sites, direct mail letters, direct emails, point of purchase displays, training manuals, signage, thousands of letters, memos, and more. I've published over a dozen books, produced more than 30 documentary films, and one feature film.
Would you like me to write something for you? I would like that too. But not just something that goes bla, bla, bla. I'd like to write something from my heart that is concise and clear, something that will help you make the world a better place.
You need to know that I understand syntax (the arrangement of words and phrases to construct well formed sentences). This understanding allows me to put forth a complete thought that paints a visual picture in my reader's mind -- like Jack London did with Buck when he created The Call of The Wild, or like John Steinbeck did with Doc in Cannery Row.
So here's the other part of the equation: Would't you agree that knowing how to write something that will cause a reader to act is more important than syntax? If you are trying to get them to act in a certain way, there is a formula that will cause them to buy your product, support your cause, or join your movement.
Using this formula could end you wasting thousands of dollars on advertisements that produce zero results.
Not only that, but according to Harvard research, a bad ad or message can even drive potential customers away. (Yikes!)
At this point, I fear you may be tired of me telling you about my writing expertise. So, let me give you a case study.
There was a medical company that hired me to help them with their marketing and advertising. It turned out that they were very receptive to the idea of adopting an internal marketing plan as well.
The year before they hired me, their gross revenues were just over $4,000,000. The year before that , their revenues were just under $4,000,000. Their annual growth rate was almost flat.
Three short years later, the company's annual revenue skyrocketed to over $16,000,000. If they hadn't sold the company to a national player, I believe they would be doing more than $250,000,000 today - maybe a lot more.
What did I do to improve their sales so much?
What did I write?
I wrote internet, radio, television, and newspaper ads. I carefully crafted sales scripts for their customer service reps. I wrote a company newsletter and welcome video for new associates. I wrote informational videos for their referral sources.
I did market research. I researched their customers' buying habits. I researched what additional products we could sell. I researched the most effective ways to sell the new products.
I used the market research to target our advertising to zero in on our existing and potential target markets.
I created a marketing and advertising plan/budget to maximize our budget.
I leveraged our marketing budget by finding strategic partners who could benefit by combining our efforts to gain exposure.
I created marketing events to expose the company to our clients in more ways.
I developed a strategy to exploit centers of influence and referral partners.
I created dozens of press releases every year to take advantage of free promotion opportunities.
I coordinated all our marketing and advertising to create a pristine image of the company.
I even helped negotiate the final sales price of the company. They sold the company for $20,000,000.
I have many other successes but people relate to this one because it is about making a lot of money.
So the bottom line is I know how to write to sell things, services, and ideas. I also have a considerable knowledge of marketing, advertising, and business management.