Here’s 103 copywriting tips. Scroll through and one may “jump out at you” and trigger a great idea!
Before you write about something, you’ve got to know exactly what your page / piece is supposed to accomplish. Whether it’s email replies, product sales, or something else, your job as a copywriter … Continue Reading
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Being “Inside The Box” means you’ve been exposed to something over and over…and now you can’t see it fresh!
This is super common with copywriters. You’ll be able to critique other people’s websites, but not be able to critique your own.
What sucks is the more you look at something, the worse this problem gets!
This is actually a … Continue Reading
The ability to write a powerful clincher sentence is essential for ALL types of writing (not just academic). It’s what separates mediocre writers from those who actually impact the lives of their readers.
But what exactly is a clincher sentence?
Well, it’s basically a closing sentence that sums up your main message with a BANG.
Most of what you read … Continue Reading
Whether you’re pimping out your spare bedroom to budget travelers, or renting an entire estate to corporate events, your AirBnB page is essentially a sales page!
There’s literally just 3 steps to making a great AirBnB description, and it can be boiled down to this:
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The date that’s automatically entered is when I would like to die (November 17th, 2067). That will be my 85th birthday, and if I’m not dead … Continue Reading
A follow up email is super important after several events:
Below we’ve included templates for each which you can copy/paste for your own follow up emails!
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Here’s what the AIDA Formula is in a nutshell:
Attention: Get their attention with something catchy and relevant.
Interest: Tell them interesting facts or uses.
Desire: Make them desire the product/service.
Action: Get them to take an action.
Let’s break that down into sections to understand it better:
Case studies come in all shapes and sizes, but ultimately they’re just true stories about your customers and how your business affected them.
All case studies share a common structure. They describe a transformation: a “before” and “after”, or a “problem” and “solution.”
Effective case studies structure their stories around four key elements:
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