Jacksonville, Florida (PressExposure) November 24, 2009 -- Veteran freelance copywriter and marketing consultant Jay Huling announced today that he will provide free copy critiques of ads, sales letters, brochures, e-mail marketing campaigns, or direct mail packages from now until the end of the year.
âWith the economy the way it is, a lot of marketers are cutting back on their marketing budgets,â said Huling, whoâs written for companies large and small all across the country. âSometimes business owners are writing copy themselves or having untrained staff do it, or theyâre hiring unproven, inexperienced junior copywriters to help out. I want those nervous marketers to know if their copy will work or not. Thatâs why Iâm offering this free second opinion.â
Huling said he often charges up to $1,500 for copy critiques of large projects but for smaller projects, such as a print ad or sales letter, his typical charge ranges between $300 and $750.
âIâll provide an in-depth written analysis of the copy â whether itâs a final version or simply an in-the-works draft,â said Huling. âItâs perfect for business owners who canât afford a consultant because Iâll offer an objective, confidential review of the selling power of the existing copy. And that can save thousands of dollars in missed response for large mailings or in an ad that never gets read.â
Huling said he doesnât rewrite the copy under this arrangement, but he does offer detailed suggestions on what he called âthe good, bad, and uglyâ of each marketing communications piece submitted, and business owners are under no obligation.
There is a secret page on Hulingâs web site that contains the free offer. You can be a new or existing client to take advantage. The hidden page is not available through the navigation links of the site, but it can be accessed directly by entering http://www.jayhuling.com/FREE-secret-bonus-gift.html on your web browser.
Typical turnaround time for a free copy critique is seven to ten business days. Huling said if clients are in a pinch, heâd try to work something out for them to provide his written review quicker.