What if you could just move some words around and magically increase sales; persuade readers; or simply get more attention to your writing?
That’s the magic of copywriting. And it’s been done over, and over, and over, and over. Literally hundreds of years of research has been done and thousands of companies have tested it. There have been copywriting examples, case studies, even TV show (like Mad Men) on how amazing copywriting can not only increase sales but also change an entire brand.
Here are some of my favorite copywriting examples and case studies that show how the magic works. Explore!
Let’s say for some reason a monkey wrench has been thrown into your work life, and all of a sudden freelancing over the internet seems like an interesting idea.
Well you’re in luck my young friend, because your Uncle Neville has taken the liberty of going through every single step of the process, and giving you the templates along the … Continue Reading
I don’t know how to type correctly. I chicken peck. Look at this:
When I was young I learned to type pretty well just using two fingers, so I just ran with it.
I currently type between 60 and 70 WPM (words per m… Continue Reading
I want to spend 1 hour per week doing social media, but make it LOOK like I’m posting every single day!
I enjoy posting on social platforms, but I hate getting sucked back into them constantly. There’s just so many of them, and they’re all extremely addicting.
For example it’s difficult to go on Facebook to respond to a comment … Continue Reading
Yelp gets a lot of hate. It usually comes down to this problem:
It’s a review site, but business owners aren’t allowed to ask for reviews.
Lots of restaurant owners get stuck on that idea. They see Yelp as a big scary thing that’s out of their control and potentially dangerous.
But in truth, it’s the biggest review platform in … Continue Reading
My first two jobs had crazy approaches to meetings:
Job #1 = Super time consuming meetings over 2 hours each.
Job #2 = Zero communication
If you can only sell 100 products in a year, look at the difference the price makes:
100 products at $2 each = $200
100 products at $20 each = $2,000
100 products at $200 each = $20,000
100 products at $2,000 each = $200,000
100 products at $20,000 each = $2,000,000
100 products at $200,000 each = $20,000,000
100… Continue Reading
Hey you podcasting idiots.
That’s right I called you idiots.
It’s because most of you are missing out on one of the biggest traffic opportunities for your blog ever:
Most of you won’t do this because you’re lazy fucks. That’s usually why you started a podcast:
“Oh cool I … 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
Wednesday is one of my writing days, so for a couple hours starting now I’ll be writing a post!
Watch the FB Live Stream:
The Google Doc I’ll be writing in:
Post In Progress:
Neville Medhora – Writing Whilst Wednesday
P.S. I’ll also be doing intermittent work inside our Members Area helping people with their … Continue Reading