The Secrets

1. Create relationships first: People buy from people they like and trust.

2. Practice karmic marketing: Give now, knowing it will return later.

3. Write hypnotically: People are bombed with e-mails, so yours needs to rivet.

4. Share your personality: Be ruthlessly honest about who you are.

5. Get out of your ego: Think of what the traffic wants, not what you want to sell.

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Index

Action, pain and pleasure as motivators of, 60-69 Active language, 211 Advertising (Goode), 82 "formations," 206-207 Agatha Project, 15 Aikido, 79 Allen, Steve, 91 Analogies, using, 106-107 Analogy Book of Related Words,

The (Glasser), 106 Anthony, Robert, 139-140 Aristotle, formula for persuasion, 61-63 updated, 63-69 Art ofReadable Writing, The

(Flesch), 220 Attention, getting reader's,

99-102 Autogenic training, 2

Barnum, P.T., 82 Barton, Bruce, 128,206, 224 Before-and-after statement, in headline, 188

Benefit, promising of, 179-180, 186-188 Blogs, 166-169 Books, hypnotic, 219-221 Boxes, around text, 136 Bradbury, Ray, 97,193 Braid, James, 2

Breaks, importance of taking, 131

"Breakthrough," using in headline, 184 Breakthrough Advertising

(Schwartz), 67 Breakthrough writing, 115-117 Brown, Peter, 4 Bullets, using in copy, 134 Burton, John, 13,200 Butterworth, Eric, 96-97, 194

Buying trance, 16, 59

"Calling in" target audience, 179

Caples, John, 178 Carr, Allen, 4

Case study, web site hypnotic writing, 31-37 Checklist, for rewriting copy,

215-216 Children, pretending to write for, 113-114,117 Choice, persuasion and, 217 Christie, Agatha, 15-17 Clich├ęs, using proven, 187 Collier, Robert, 59, 79,110-111,

208,219-220 Comic books, writing in style of, 113-114 Commands, 144-147,212

that always work, 148-151 Commas, in copy, 211 Conflict, using in stories,

158-159 Conklin, Robert, 20 Connotation, of words,

160-163 Contrast, changing perceptions with, 199-200 Controlled study, of hypnotic writing, 44-52 Copy connectors, 190 Copying great writing by hand, 91-95

Covert Hypnosis (Hogan), 220

Creation, in writing process,

209-210 Crook, Colin, 8, 9 Curiosity, persuasion and, 218

Darrow, Clarence, 109,111 Denotation, of words, 160-163 Dialogue: with reader, 194-195 using in writing, 211-212 Direct marketing campaign, keys to success of, 40-43 Divided Mind, The (Sarno), 4

Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 114 Dynamic Speed Hypnosis (mail-order course), 27

Easy Way to Stop Smoking

(Carr), 4 Editing. See also Rewriting avoiding at start of writing process, 84-86 tips for speedy, 127-132 Editors, 119 Edmonston, William, 1 Ego:

getting into reader's, 20,

22-25,176-177 persuasion and, 217 Einstein, Albert, 132 Elman, Dave, 26 E-mails:

examples of hypnotic,

225-245 secrets of, 245 stories in, 170-172 Emotional Freedom

Techniques (ETF), 44-52 Emotions, in writing, 116, 122-123

Ending, cutting copy's, 128 Engagement, persuasion and, 217

Enthusiasm, exhibiting in writing, 126 Erickson, Milton, 2-3,112-114, 141

Events, visualizing, 115 Excitement, in writing, 116, 208

Facts, importance of researching and including, 109-111,207-209 Faulkner, William, 133 Flesch, Rudolf, 220 Forbidden Keys to Persuasion, The (Warren), 162-163 Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, The (Prahalad), 8-9

Franklin, Benjamin, 111 Free offer, making, 180

Gafner, George, 16 Gallwey, W. Timothy, 84, 87, 88, 90

Garfinkel, David, 206 Garn, Roy, 122 Glasser, Selma, 106 Glocheux, Dominique, 221 Goals: persuasive writing and, 121-122 setting of, 87-88 Godefroy, Christian, 221

Goode, Kenneth, 82 Grammar, free help with,

130-131 Graphics, 215,216 Guarantee, offering, 185

Hatch, Denison, 220 Headline writing, 177-188, 208

Healing Back Pain (Sarno), 4 Hemingway, Ernest, 127 Hogan, Kevin, 66,203,220 Honek, Walter, 82 Howard, Vernon, 63 "How One Hypnotic Story Brought 15 Automatons to My Door" (Vitale), 141-143 "How to" headline, 181 How to Think Like Joe Vitale (online program), 221 How to Write a Good

Advertisement (Schwab), 220

How to Write Letters that Sell (Godefroy and Glocheux), 221

Humor, in headline, 186 Hypnosis, 1-3, 58-59 Hypnotherapy (Elman), 26 Hypnotic Brain, The (Brown), 4

Hypnotic dialogue process,

144-147 Hypnotic Language (Burton), 13

Hypnotic Techniques for

Standard Psychotherapy and Formal Hypnosis (Gafner), 16 Hypnotic writing: case study of, 31-37 controlled study of, 44-52 defined, 3-4,14,26-27 formula for, 205-206,

222-223 origins of, 12-14 resources for, 10 Hypnotic Writing Wizard

(software program), 221

"I" headlines, 182-183 Imitation, of great writing, 91-95

Impossible dream exercise, 9 Induction of Hypnosis, The

(Edmonston), 1 Inner game principles of hypnotic writing: Self One: the critic, 84-86 Self Two: the master writer,

86-87 steps to, 87-90 Inspiration, tips for finding, 96-98

Intention, writing with, 206-207 Intimacy, in writing, 38-39

Karbo, Joe, 110

Kennedy, Dan, 58, 194,195,208 King, Stephen, 129 Kissinger, Henry, 132

Lazy Man's Guide to Riches, The

(Karbo), 110 Length issues, 75-76 Liebeault, Ambroise-August, 2

Lloyd, Kenneth, 220 London, Jack, 96, 152-154, 193

Magic catalogs, 53-57 Magic Power ofEmotional

Appeal, The (Garn), 122 Magnetism, 1-2 Massage pen, hypnotic writing about, 27-30 "Meat," putting in writing,

109-111 "Me" headlines, 182-183 Mental models, 8-9 Mesmer, Franz Anton, 1-2 Method Marketing (Hatch), 220

Million Dollar Mailings

(Hatch), 220 Mind gaps, 203-204 Moine, Donald, 220 Moment, being aware of present, 88-89 Money Beyond Belief web sites, 44-52

Motivation, pain and pleasure and, 60-69 Muse, suggestions for inviting,

96-98 My Amazing Discovery (Honek), 82

Neurypnology, 2 News, in headline, 179, 180

Objections: anticipating, 56 countering, 146-147 Ogilvy, David, 178-179,

207-208 Openings, revising, 189-190 Optical illusions, 201-202

"P.S.," adding to letter, 125 Pain, as action motivator,

60-69 Paragraphs:

cutting first few, 128 rearranging, 211 using short, 134-136 Parker, Charlie, 98 Pavlov, Ivan, 108 Perceptions, changing of,

197-204 Perdue, Frank, 110 Perfection, as enemy of hypnotic writing, 118-120 Personality, revealing in writing, 38-39 Persuasion, 61-69, 121-126,

217-218 Pleasure, as action motivator,

60-69 Plous, Scott, 200 Point of writing, getting to, 117

Positive results, focusing on, 185

Power of a Magnetic Personality,

The (Conklin), 20 Power ofImpossible Thinking, The (Wind and Crook), 8, 9

Power ofOutrageous Marketing

(Vitale), 221 Power Persuasion (course), 221 Prahalad, C.K., 8-9 Preoccupation, of readers,

122-123 Price, call to action and, 63, 68, 70-74

Problem, presenting in writing,

61-62,68,125 Product name, in headline, 183 Promise, making in writing, 62,

68, 70-74 Prompt, using, 97 Proof, providing in writing, 63,

68, 70-74 Psychology ofJudgment and

Decision, The (Plous), 200 Psychology of the second interest, 166-169 Puysegur, Marquis de, 2

Questions:

answering reader's, 144-147 asking in writing, 164-165, 218

asking leading, 123-124 in headlines, 180-181 of typical reader, 77-80

Quiz, about hypnotic writing, 192

Quotes, using, 107-108, 134

Raphel, Murray, 125 Rapport, as key to success, 78 Readers:

getting attention of, 99-102 getting into ego of, 20,

22-25,176-177 giving readers what they want, 123 kinds of, 212 meeting needs of, 77-80,

148-151 quizzing of, 182 understanding mind of,

58-59,144-147 visualizing of, 115-116 "warning" in headline, 186 writing to just one, 116 Reading aloud, 130, 212 Reese, John, 224 Relaxation, 97-98 Reminders, as triggers, 174-175 Repetition, power of, 81-83 Research, importance of,

109-111,207-209 Reverse type, using in headline but not in text, 186 Revision, 189-190 Reward, persuasion and, 217 Rewriting, 99-102. See also Editing checklist for, 215-216 copy connectors, 190

knowing when to stop, 132 openings, 189-190 secrets of, 211-213 tips for, 103-108 Robert Collier Letter Book, The

(Collier), 208,219-220 Rosen, Sam, 50 Ruskin, John, 118 Ruth, Babe, 122

Sarno, John, 4

Scarcity principle, 54-55

Schank, Roger, 137,139-140,

174-175 Schultz, Wilhem, 2 Schwab, Victor, 220 Schwartz, Eugene, 67,193 Scott, DeWitt, 129 Sea Wolf, The (London),

152-154 Self-criticism, 84-86 "Sexy" writing, 133-136 Shakespeare, William, 4 Silvester, Trevor, 204 Similes, using, 104-106 St. John, Noah, 206-207 Stampede Secret web site, 40-43

States of Equilibrium (Burton), 200 Stories:

asking questions in, 164-165 on blogs, 166-169 connotation and denotation in,160-163 in e-mails, 170-172

examples of, 139-143 telling of, 137-138 using conflict in, 158-159 "Story of Ramon, The"

(Anthony), 139-140 Swipe File, 195-196,212

174-175 Tempest, The (Shakespeare), 4 Testimonials, 124-125, 181 Testing, of written copy, 214 There's a Customer Born Every

Minute (Vitale), 82 Thesaurus, using, 103-104 "These," using in headline, 182 Translation, as secret to hypnotic writing, 18-21, 176-177 Triggers, reminders as, 174-175 Trust, in writing process, 89-90 Turning point message (TPM),

155-157 Twain, Mark, 39, 91,103, 107-108

Unconscious Directed Writing, 209

Unlimited Selling Power (Moine and Lloyd), 220 Upper and lower case letters, using in headline, 184

Visual attractiveness, 125-126 Visualization, of events, 115 Vitale, Joe, 82,141-143,221

Waking hypnosis, 26-27

example of, 27-30 "Wanted," using in headline, 183

Warren, Blair, 162-163 Weakness, admitting, 185 Webb, James, 178 Web sites:

case study of hypnotic writing, 31-37 hypnotic formula for, 70-74

length of copy on, 75-76 of Money Beyond Belief,

44-52 rewriting of, 191 of Stampede Secret, 40-43 Webster, Richard, 193 Wells, H.G., 119 Wells, Wesley, 26 White, E.B., 100,211 "Who else," asking in headline,

185 "Why":

asking in headline, 182 asking in writing, 206-207 Wind, Yoram, 8 Words:

connotation of, 160-163 to help reader imagine,

203-204 hypnotic power of, 14-16 to use in headlines,

182-185 using short, 103-104 word pictures, 124

requesting from unconscious, 193-194 suggestions for starting, 96-98

Yates, Brad, 44-52 "Yes" mind-set, 56

WordWeaving: The Science of

Suggestion (Silvester), 204 Writing style, finding own, 38-39

Writing/writing process, see also Rewriting exercise, 6

length issues of, 75-76

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