Sundays, Short Posts and Fresh Coats

Today’s post is going to be short and sweet.

Short because I’m doing something I never, EVER do – I’m writing this post less than 12 hours before it goes live. That means it’s currently Sunday, which means it’s family day, which means I don’t really have the time to make this as great as I want it to be.

But I’m sure you’ll forgive me. You might even be thankful to get a short post, for once! (And if you don’t forgive me, then I didn’t really want you as a reader anyways.)

So. Short – and sweet.

Sweet because this week, we launched Fresh Coat, our new high-end design that’s perfect for freelancers, small business owners or bloggers on tight budgets.

Fresh Coat gives your site a look that makes jaws drop – at a price you can afford, and with the premium design that helps you succeed.

Which is why we created this venture in the first place. See, a lot of people on shoestring budgets wish they could hire us for a site that launches them into success – but they just can’t afford it.

And we feel bad when we hear the disappointment in their voices. (Trust me; you can hear it right through email). We feel bad because we know some of these people really have what it takes to make it – they just don’t have the money to get there.

So we decided to do something about it.

Fresh coat is an ultra-premium, ultra-affordable and ultra-easy solution. It’s only $699, and you get everything you need to launch your site – including us, because we made sure you never have to touch a thing. Just hit the button to place your order, and in as little as 24 hours, you’ll wake up to a brand new site ready to go to work for you.

Zero to hero in no time flat.

Click here to visit Fresh Coat now.

Post by James Chartrand

James Chartrand is an expert copywriter and the owner of Men with Pens and Damn Fine Words, the game-changing writing course for business owners. She loves the color blue, her kids, Nike sneakers and ice skating.

Join the Discussion. Click Here to Leave a Comment.

  1. I love your honesty James. It’s refreshing (and just a little reassuring too!)

    I just looked at your Fresh Coat theme. It’s gorgeous! So, so pretty and wow! After spending hours and hours and hours doing my own thing with my place, I am satisfied but then I see the stuff you come up with and I’m blown away! Remind me to start saving a few dollars a week because one day, I will hire you guys to do my place, once and for all.

    It’s now Monday here in the UK. I trust you had a lovely day with your family and wake up to lots of happy Fresh Coat fans. 🙂

  2. Mmmmm, lovely! Great work James and all the MwP team! If only I needed a new theme…

  3. WOW! looks amazing.

    ps. Fresh Coat much better name than “Lead”:)

  4. @ El – Well, I figured if there were any typos, awkward phrasings or plain ol’ goof ups, I’d be covered! 😉

    And thanks everyone – it’s been a long time in the works, and I’m glad it’s finally here.

  5. Nice job guys!

    I did see the theme earlier and checked it out! I must say, it’s NIIIIICCCCEEEE!

    Fresh Coat is definitely “fresh”

    But then again, I expect that from you guys!

    I purchased one of your books (online marketing for offline businesses) and thats what got me to expect INCREDIBLE from you guys!

    Keep up the great work fellas!

    • Hey Rob, I’d love to hear your feedback on the book – I worked hard on that one. Shoot me an email! (Feel free to include a lovely testimonial 😉 )

  6. Very very nice deal at a price that is unbeatable. And on top of being a top-notch design package from a group that’s made its reputation over years of successful work, it’s also an awesome example of being nimble in these rough economic times: offering services to a group of potential customers who couldn’t afford it before, but without resorting to cut-rate quality or insulting feature-grounding. (For some reason, I get personally offended at the low number of green X’s running down the features list on the level of software that falls within my budget on every software site in the universe. But I digress…)
    Bravo, MWP!


  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Troy Manning and FreelanceCamp 2010, Todd Rutherford. Todd Rutherford said: RT @MenwithPens Sundays, Short Posts and Fresh Coats […]

Leave a Comment