I just picked up this cool tip from my good friend –
Jo Han Mok, who’s truly a Master Wordsmith.
Apparently, certain words that end with “ly” can be
sneakily used in your copy to slowly and hypnotically
influence your readers.
Obviously, these words easily slip into their minds
under their radar and you can clearly see how these
words work powerfully as persuasion weapons.
Quite evidently, I’ve already led by example in using
all these words in the couple of paragraphs earlier…
Spot them? : – )
Then next time you write copy, try sprinkling your
copy with a liberal dose of words that end with “ly”.
I think you might easily wind up amazed at how much
more ‘hypnotic’ your copy instantly becomes.
Hope you found this quick tip useful.
P.S. Obviously, if you like what I just shared with
you, you’ll clearly be delighted with Jo Han’s brand
new “Recipe For Riches” report, which you’ll certainly
want to pick up, over at:
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