Stealing is good. Or at least in copywriting.
Copywriters’ most precious possession is their “swipe file” – a collection of copywriting samples and templates from other ads. I personally have a “digital swipe file”, and an “offline swipe file” of actual direct mail ads. Since the principles of good copywriting are timeless, you can learn just as much from copywriters who only sent physical mail back in the day…AND from copywriters who only work in the digital world.
Here you’ll find my favorite copywriting samples, templates and techniques. Explore below and be sure to check out the mammoth Headlines That Sell resource.
Mastering transition phrases is one of the easiest ways to take your copywriting to the next level.
Best of all, they’re dead-simple to use. Plug them into the beginning or end of your sentences and VIOLA, copy improved.
The hardest part is remembering all the different transition options at your disposal. That’s why I’ve thrown together this big ass … Continue Reading
“Copy Work” is when you hand copy famous ads in order to “learn” how that … Continue Reading
Knowing how to use bullet points properly can make or break your copy.
Do it wrong and you’re stuck with meh copy that doesn’t convert.
Do it right and you’ll make it near impossible NOT to buy your product.
There are two main steps involved in creating killer bullets:
#2.)… Continue Reading
One of the biggest roadblocks new freelance writers run into is setting up their website. There’s a huge myth out there tricking people into thinking that in order to get hired, you need to have a fancy portfolio website to show potential clients.
This is simply untrue.
Yes, at some point it might be a good idea to set one … Continue Reading
When most people think of “marketing” they think of showing the brand.
But if you’re a small business, it’s often good to show what you can do for the person, like this:
Remember to tell people what you can do for them!
Mitch Glass… Continue Reading
Setting up the email campaigns for your eCommerce stores can feel overwhelming.
There are so many different types of campaigns and endless customization tools on offer.
So where do you start?
The truth is, leading brands often use relatively simple strategies – they just do them really, really well.
If you pick out an ecommerce brand that you’ve followed for … Continue Reading
Writing about yourself is one of those things that should be pretty straightforward, but it still trips up many people.
If you have trouble writing about yourself, here’s a short exercise to get you moving:
Make 5 quick lists:
Here’s … Continue Reading
Got a strong opinion on something?
Wish you could convince the world to think like you do? To show them why you’re right and everyone else is crazy?
Then you, my friend, should learn how to write an editorial.
An editorial expresses your opinion about any current topic or issue, aiming to persuade readers to see the world from your … Continue Reading
LinkedIn has reached as one of the top social networks in order to connect with the world. Most personnel use LinkedIn for their career path development by stating the qualifications he or she possess and to seek for opportunities. This gives a push with a proper recommendation. So we are going to teach you of how to write a mind … Continue Reading
One of the most useful tools I’ve used over the years to optimize pages is heat maps.
The simple combination of heat maps, confetti maps, and scroll overlays lets you determine what content to remove.
Just for fun, here’s the stats for a few different pages on Kopywriting Kourse. I made sure each of these tests had at least 1,000 … Continue Reading