What are its claims?To save you the hassle of digesting the sales pitch I have summarised all they have to say about themselves here:
A guide on how to be a successful songwriter, including the method you can use in your songs to get people to want to hear your music
- How to create a powerful contrast in your melodies as your song travels from your verse to your chorus, in a way that will keep your listener excited each time they hear a new part of your song. (page 83)
- You wrote a song you felt was really strong, but it just didn’t get the response you hoped for. You were thinking it would be the song to propel you to greatness, but it never happened.
- How to add new songwriting routines into your life so you’ll stick to them and not give them up like a bad new year’s resolution. This will keep you on a path to success. (page 149)
- You submitted a song to a radio station or for placement in a tv show or film, but never heard back from anyone, leaving you to believe your song wasn’t up to their standards.
- You posted your song to a social media site, thinking you’d get a ton of great feedback, but hardly anyone commented on it at all. And if someone did, it was one of your friends.
- How to reference the chords from a successful song to give people a familiar sound that’s already a proven success, while at the same time making it entirely your own. (page 35)
- How to reference proven successful melodies to give people a familiar sound that’s already great, while at the same time making the melody completely your own. (page 63)
- How to engage the five senses as a way of painting a very visual picture with your words, which will pull your listeners into your story and keep them engaged. (page 93)
- What the most common songs structures so you can use them to structure your song with a familiar sound, or stay away from them if you want to be more creative. (page 56)
- How to use the notes of a scale to write a melody, so you won’t have to rely on simply coming up with something off the top of your head anymore. (page 72)
Is anyone buying it?Let’s look at some hard facts now. Again, the payment processor provides us with something they call the product’s “Gravity”. It’s an indication of a product’s sales rank. I’ve taken this amount and produced a rating out of 100. Products with a high rating are popular. How to Write Songs That Sell scores 73.02/100 which is around standard.
Time to buy – your optionsHopefully by now you’ve read through the résumé of what the product does (or claims to do…). You’ve examined in detail the user reviews and testimonials. Maybe you’ve decided you might like to buy the product. So what next?
Option 1: Buy DirectYou click through to http://successforyoursongs.com/report/, and find their link to buy the product. You’ll be taken to the payment processor page and you can make payment using a credit/debit card or PayPal. At the time of writing this review the standard price for the product was $27.
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