Wilderness Survival Tips Funnel


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25-Page Main eBook: How to Survive Out in the Wild

This 25-page, 11,701-word eBook starts with an introduction and then covers the following topics:

Chapter 1: How to Find Water
Chapter 2: Assembling a Shelter
Chapter 3: Hunting Down Some Food
Chapter 4: How to Tell if Something is Safe to Eat
Chapter 5: Dealing With Potential Predators
Chapter 6: Hazards You May Encounter in the Wild
Chapter 7: Learning to Ration Properly
Chapter 8: Signaling for Help if Needed
Chapter 9: What You Can Do with Ropes and Knots
Chapter 10: What You Should Keep On You

5-Page Sales Copy

The sales letter is 5+ pages long and includes headlines, sub-headlines, storyline, bullet points, a call to action and the post scripts in addition to areas where you can place your buy buttons. It does *not* include phony testimonials because I don’t believe in that. There are no graphics or HTML for the sales copy, just the text only.

6-Page Bonus Report: Primary Dangers in Different Environments

In this 6-page, 2,529-word report, it starts with a short introduction and then covers the following topics:

Chapter 1: Desert
Chapter 2: Forest
Chapter 3: Tropics
Chapter 4: Arctic Areas
Chapter 5: Savanna Grasslands

5-Page Opt-in or Viral Report: Staying Mentally Well in Wilderness Survival

This 5+ page, 2,436-word report starts with an introduction and then covers the following:

Chapter 1: The Situation Is Always Better than It Seems
Chapter 2: Panicking Is the Worst Thing You Can Do
Chapter 3: Think About the Consequences
Chapter 4: Find a Way to Entertain Yourself
Chapter 5: Hope for the Best, Prepare for the Worst

7-Part Email Autoresponder Series: 7 Crucial Items to Have in Wilderness

Email #1: Sturdy, Fixed Blade Knife – 497 words
Email #2: Fire Starter – 462 words
Email #3: Light Source – 451 words
Email #4: Signal for Help – 458 words
Email #5: Compass – 442 words
Email #6: Water Storage – 491 words
Email #7: Hatchet or Machete – 499 words

5 Articles:

#1 – How to Start a Fire in a Pinch – 470 words
#2 – Properly Preparing Food from the Wild – 504 words
#3 – Small Survival Kits Can Be Life Saving – 452 words
#4 – Don’t Cheap Out on Foot Care – 530 words
#5 – Bring More Clothes Than You Think You’ll Need – 500 words

5 Product Reviews:

#1 – Gerber Bear Grylls Fire Starter – 447 words
#2 – Nalgene Tritan Wide Mouth Water Bottle – 480 words
#3 – Timberland White Ledge Waterproof Boot – 448 words
#4 – Sportman Pocket Chainsaw Chain – 496 words
#5 – A2S Protection Paracord Survival Bracelet – 467 words

PLR Rights

I only have 2 rules:

1. Don’t use my name on it.

2. Don’t pass along anything other than read only rights to it – meaning you can’t resell the PLR or turn it into resale rights products.

Tiff 🙂

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