You can spend months working on your copy.

But if it’s poorly presented, fewer people will read (or watch) and respond.

If it’s well presented, more people will read (or watch) and respond.

That’s because done right, design attracts and keeps attention, involves and engages, and propels prospects toward the action you want them to take.

Want to see how today’s top direct-response designer (the one the savviest marketers line up to work with) uses type, graphics, layout and more to increase response and conversion – without changing a word of the copy?

Then don’t miss the special two-video bonus presentation on exactly that in my new course: A-List Copywriting Secrets.

One copywriter who went through the course said these two presentations were the BEST part of the course – it was that eye-opening and powerful.

Here’s where to go to find out more.

It’s also where you’ll find a free sample lesson from the course on how to come up with ideas quickly and easily.