Have you ever received a nice, handwritten letter from a friend or family member?
Of course you have!
My guess is that you DIDN’T throw it away without reading it.
Am I right?
People don’t throw away handwritten notes or letters without reading them first.
This is why when investors use direct mail marketing to get leads from motivated sellers, handwritten letters generally have a much higher response rate.
In other words, more people call you, wanting to sell you their house!
But I’m guessing you don’t have time to handwrite hundreds or even thousands of letters. You’d spend all your time writing and forget what your spouse looks like.
Instead, many investors (myself included) turn to “handwritten font.”
What is Handwritten Font?
Handwritten font is exactly what it sounds like: computer font that looks just like handwriting.
I’m sure you’ve seen examples before, as your computer gives you a lot of options.
But let’s be honest: Most of them look terrible.
Just because the font is slanted a little doesn’t mean it looks handwritten.
Of course, you could find some good free fonts online through websites like FontSquirrel.com, but even those can look fake.
Instead, what I do is turn MY OWN HANDWRITING into a computerized font that I can use in Microsoft Word, Photoshop, or other programs on my computer.
Yes — that means you can TYPE, and it will look just like you wrote it by hand!
Pretty snazzy, huh?
So, how do you create handwritten font?
How to Create Handwritten Font For Free
Step One: Head to www.MyScriptFont.com and download the template PDF.
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