4 Framework Meta Ad Drafting AI Prompt For High Converting Ads

Launch Newsletter Issue #00084

Launch Newsletter Issue #00084

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L – Leads

What scary movies teach us about marketing

The fear of the unknown is far greater than the fear of the known.

What scary movies teach us about marketing

High-converting opt-in pages don’t need to be complicated.


This is a simple lead magnet opt-in page from Sean Ferres.


Before we jump in….. 


Have you ever noticed in scary films that you often don’t see the bad guy until way into it?


Well, that’s because our minds will turn an unknown demon into something scarier than any movie producer can create.


It’s important to remember this in marketing, too. 


And Sean does this brilliantly in the copy for this landing page. 


3 Elements We Like:


1 – The visitor is immediately positioned


The opt-in page immediately positions the visitor with “Cash Money Copywriters.” 


If you are a copywriter, you know you are in the right place.


Every opt-in page must let their perfect fit client know they are in the right place.


2 – Doubt and intrigue created


While Clients on Command is a strong opener, it isn’t the knockout punch.


The standout piece of copy is the first bullet point.


Discover the One Common Piece of Toxic Client-Getting Advice that instantly turns high level biz owners off” – 


This opens a massive loop in the prospect’s head. 


I especially love “Toxic Client Getting Advice”


What if there is one thing I’m doing that turns high-level business owners off?


No matter your niche or lead magnet, you have an equivalent to this in your business.


Use this mechanism as often as you can. It will drive conversions.


  1. Promise to make their lives easy


The 3rd bullet is a beauty.


Copy and paste this script to sign your next high-paying client within a week (even during a recession)


We’re all looking for a shortcut. There is no shortcut better than copy and paste.


Always look to make your perfect-fit client’s life as easy as possible.


But not just that…. take this shortcut and get a result within a week.


When we make timebound promises, they are even more powerful.


And then, to cap it off…. a big objection is handled… (even during a recession).


You can include an objection or major frustration. 


People will come up with all sorts of excuses not to take action.


It’s important you take them off the table by highlighting them.

3 Elements We’d Test:


  1. Optimize the header


There is a lost opportunity to increase conversion with the header.


First off, I always like to include FREE. We want to make that clear from the outset.


I also like including something that speaks to the transformation. For example:



How to sign your next high paying Copywriting client in 7 days or less


  1. Optimize the image


I like iPad, computer, or 3D book images of a lead magnet. They convert well.


This one could do with a little work.


“SEND MESSAGE – GET CLIENT” is great, but the red “2024” breaks the flow, and you have to read it a number of times.


It is also out of line with the other top and bottom titles.


I would split-test this page with an image of Sean holding a print version of the lead magnet.


  1. Optimize the CTA


“Download Now” is a bit mehhh. I like including transformational CTA’s


In this case, it could be…


Get your next client in 7 days or less

Close high-paying copywriting clients today

Land $$$ copywriting clients today


Opt-in Page Swipe Files


A – A.I. Growth Prompts

A copy and paste AI prompt to draft your unique value proposition

AI Prompt Purpose:


Get AI to draft your unique value proposition.


If there is one thing that I’ve seen online business owners struggle with the most, it’s defining their unique value proposition.


A unique value proposition is the reason someone should buy from you over anyone else.


And it isn’t just when it comes to making a purchase. This also applies to your lead magnets.


What makes you different? What makes your lead magnet different? 


And, most importantly, why is that difference in value for your perfect fit client?


So, let’s ask our AI buddy for a bit of assistance.


For best results, use this prompt in a CustomGPT that has all of your marketing copy and content.


AI Prompt Outline:


Prompt 1

Please create a summary of my landing page that {purpose of landing page (helps people x,y,z)}


My primary avatar is {insert primary avatar description}


The outcome that my primary avatar will be able to achieve is {outcome after taking action}


Here is the copy from the landing page:

{landing page copy}


Prompt 2

Please write a detailed and unique value proposition for the outcome promised.


It must reflect the offer or elements in the summary of the landing page that you supplied in the previous chat. 


Please use everything that you know about my avatar to make my unique value proposition relevant and engaging for my avatar.

U – Uplevel Ads

Grab attention with AI images in your Facebook ads


It’s worth a trip to Sean’s Facebook Ad library.

Dude is testing creative like crazy.

He has gone all-in on AI creative.

Now, I wouldn’t have published all of the options you can see in the library.

I’m all on for quirkiness, but some don’t make sense.

I don’t know what a Tortoise on a toilet or reading a newspaper has to do with copywriting.

Grab attention with AI images in your ads

Sure, it will grab attention, but your image has to be relevant to your audience, the message, and the action you want your audience to take.

In Sean’s case, he only wants to grab the attention of copywriters.

This is why I picked the image of a Jack Russell at an old-school typewriter in the ad for review.

Now, a dog at a typewriter is still a broad blanket.

Sean will probably attract journalists, retired secretaries, and copywriters, but at least there is some positioning.

AI image generators have been slow to help advertisers create images for their ads. 

The top 3 general image generators are:

The main issue is that once they generate an image, it isn’t yet possible to edit it.

And often, if you ask the AI to edit the image, it will discard the bits you like.

There is no doubt that in the coming months and years, AI will output images in layers that we can edit and move around. 

But until then, if you want to leverage AI for your ads, check out this custom tool.

I’ve been massively impressed with this tool.

It’s no replacement for a highly skilled graphic designer, but it helps with high-volume creative testing.


Facebook Ads Swipe Files


N – Now Launching

How to grow your email list and FB group at the same time page format

Not quite an offer today but an upsell of sorts.

After opting in for the Lead Magnet, we land on a thank you page.


We stay on this page for a couple of seconds to allow the lead event of the Meta Pixel to fire.

Then we are redirected to the Facebook group.


How to grow your email list and FB group at the same time

It’s common to put a button to join your Facebook group on the thank you page of your lead magnet.

But this takes it a step further.

In the follow-up email, the primary call to action is to join the group to get access to the lead magnet.

However, they also include a direct link to download.

Facebook finally opened up the option to run ads directly to your Facebook group but the issue with these ads is you may not get an email address too.

With this strategy, you are getting a 2-for-1 deal. 

Email address and Facebook Group member.

From a user experience perspective, the second step makes the process feel harder than it needs to be.

This is a strategy I’m probably not going to implement.

Thank you Page Swipe Files


C – Conversion Optimization

5 steps to crack the code to success

Michael Hyatt says, “You’ll never change your life until you change something you do daily.  The secret of your success is found in your daily routine.” 

If you want success, make the practices that bring you success your priority every day.

Here are 5 steps to crack the code.

Transforming your online business requires a mix of personal development, strategic planning, and a growth mindset. Let’s explore a daily routine that empowers you as an entrepreneur and turns your brand into a powerhouse!

Step 1: Reflect & journal: Dedicate time each day for self-reflection, gratitude, and journaling. Cultivate a positive mindset and boost your creativity.

Step 2: Learn & grow: Create a learning plan based on your goals. But remember, if your behavior doesn’t change, what you have learned is useless. Learn, implement, change, and repeat.

Step 3: Visualize & measure: Break down your vision into specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound goals. Track progress & adjust as needed. Always be working towards a specific goal that excites you.

Step 4: Prioritize and do: Identify the specific daily tasks that move you closer to your goals. Only do these. Be ruthless, even if you enjoy certain tasks, if they are not the fastest path to your goals, ditch them.

Step 5: Evaluate & improve: Every day, week, month, quarter, and year assess your progress toward your goals. Score yourself out of 10. If you’re consistently hitting 10s and off track, reassess your goals. Otherwise, modify your daily habits until you do.

H – Hot Take

The secret to endless opportunities

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Stay curious……



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