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This is just a matter of common courtesy - but it is superb how many marketing specialists choose to avoid this step. Some do this because their theory is, if theyare going to promote this young dog, it had better bark or they're not squandering time, and the vendor can just sort it.
You've checked out a product and got excited, because it's perfect for your list... But there's one major drawback.
If this sounds a little bit like you, there's no need for any angst. Asking to use your own landing page is all in the positioning : Do it right, and the answer's sure to be a pleased "yes, of course!"
Abetter way to station your obscene offer is something more along the general lines of : "That's agreat product and a really dynamic selling page, but my list is a conservative bunch who think beige is too much colour on a wall. Would you be OK with me writing a sales letter that they're going to be so comfortable with, so it brings us both more sales?"
Use your hoplink to redirect readers to your own ( re-designed and custom-tailored ) sales page.
Whatever you do, don't contact the seller and say, "Hey, your sales page sucks. I gotta rewrite it, is like a chimp went berserk in the dark, with a group of fluorescent paints and a banana."