I’ve been quite busy lately, especially since last week was Sylvie’s last chemo session. At least for a while.
Her oncologist is giving her a break. You see, Sylvie has been getting chemotherapy for stage IV breast cancer since January, every week, three weeks out of the month.
So last Friday, being her last session, she got to “ring the bell,” a tradition in the chemo ward at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Centre. The entire family was there — coming down from Montreal and Petawawa (Pembroke) to witness this momentous occasion.
For those who couldn’t make it, I recorded it on video:
To commemorate this event (and since now I have more time opened up on my schedule), I’m offering for a limited time “quick critique consultations” of up to an hour each. And, I’m prepared to cut $200 from the price. So instead of $500, it’s only $300.
Here’s the deal…
After you process your payment, I will send you a link to my online calendar so you can book your appointment with me. I can do it via online meeting where I share my desktop with you, so you can see what I’m seeing, what I’m doing, what I’m typing, etc.
(We can also do it via Skype or by phone, if you wish. Or I can do it on my own and upload the recording for you to view it at a later time.)
But doing it live is best since I can answer any questions you might have.
I can critique:
- Your salesletter
- Your sales copy
- Your display ad
- Your email campaign
- Your WordPress site
- Your plugins or themes
- Your web design
… Whatever we can fit into one hour! (Within reason, of course.)
The only condition is that you allow me to use the video in our other products so we can show it to other clients. If you prefer to keep it confidential, I will have to charge you the full price of $500.
This is only available for a limited time so I encourage you to book your session now — first come, first served. I have a feeling sessions will be snatched up pretty quick so I recommend you book yours ASAP.
I hope to serve you soon!
And don’t forget to comment below to congratulate and and wish Sylvie well!