What can I say, except that Scott did an absolutely fantastic job!
In the audio he created for one of my websites, his voice is like melted butter in all the right places.
Who can resist?
And the delivery was oh-so-super fast. If only all of life from idea to request to satisfaction transpired so quickly.
Interestingly enough, Scott made me think of my salesletters in a way I may not have without his sweet offer.
As a marketer, I know that a certain percentage of my customers aremore inclined to respond favorably to a male "authoritarian" figurethan that of a female. And while I haven't given it a tremendous amountof thought--or tested it (yet)--it's possible that better results canbe had when the "voice" that is heard in the marketing messages is acombination of both male and female.
Certainly worth considering.
From my own perspective, the macho male marketing that predominates thebroad niche of internet marketing (aka "make money online") can bequite tiresome.
Sensitive females such as myself grow weary of the constant,overly-aggressive themes that suggest it's a good thing to "kill,""crush," "destroy," "annihilate," "vaporize," etc., the competition. Itcan also be a complete turnoff to many of my gender.
Does that kind of marketing grab attention and create drama in the mindof the reader? Without a doubt. Is it overly hyped and blatantly gearedtoward the male? Absolutely! And there's no doubt it works on manyfemales too.
But, again, there are definitely those who it rubs the wrong way, bothmale and female (though I would venture to say more of the latter).
So what would happen if the hard edge of the male voice was softened bya female in the same sales message? Or if the sensitive female point ofview was toughened up a bit with the insertion of a male persona?
Truth is, I don't know. Never tried it before in a salesletter.
But thanks to Scott, I'm about to give it a go.
And while a "butter voice" may not attract or convince most of thosehigh-energy, testosterone-driven males, it may just push over the edgethe ones who need that "validation" that only a man can give anotherman.
Or maybe I'm reading too much into this.
Regardless, I thank you Scott, for your excellent work!
And I encourage my fellow Warriors to take advantage of the servicesScott provides. Check out his website to hear the many voices he'scapable of creating. No doubt you'll be awed by the diversity and scopeof his talent.
Put the man to work for you (while his prices are still reasonable)!
Thanks again, Scott! Your work is very much appreciated here.