Category Archive: Copywriting

#1 Rookie Copywriting Mistake
Holly Chantal - Founder of The Land of Brand: Branding Strategist and Website Designer

Writing copy for your coaching website is no easy task. For those of you that aren’t sure what copy is, it’s the content on your website that is written to draw in clients and get them drooling for your services. Writing drool worthy copy doesn’t usually come naturally and sometimes can make us write in unnatural ways. In this article Holly Chantal tackles what she considers to be the number one rookie mistake that coaches make when they write their own copy.

By Holly Chantal

Writer’s Block Begone
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

Michele Pariza Wacek explains how writer's block isn't about the writing. Writer’s block is telling you something else is wrong, and you need to deal with that something before you can write. Her useful tips will assist you with managing writer's block so that it will help you and not harm you.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

The Secret to Writing Memorable Sales Copy
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

Want to know the secret to creating MEMORABLE promotional copy? Sales copy that actually stays with your customers long after they’ve finished reading it? Then master the art of using words to create pictures in your customers’ heads. So, how do you get started?

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

Creating A Viral Report That Brings You More Money
Admin Text-Only Editing - Text Only Admin

Want your free report to stand out, become viral and make you more money, without much effort? The key is to create something that build buzz… something that people really want to share with others. So how do you do it? How do you make your report viral – and profitable?

By Admin Text-Only Editing

3 Tips to Improve Your Writing Rhythm
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

One of the things that sets the good/great writers from the so-so is rhythm. Rhythm is how the writing sounds. The rhythm of the words and sentences. It’s a subtle aspect of writing, one not normally talked about, but that doesn’t lessen its importance. Unfortunately, rhythm is also tough to teach (which is probably why it isn’t talked about very much). However, these three tips should get you started thinking about your own writing rhythm and how to improve it.

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

5 Headline Formulas That Will Never Go Out of Style
Ali Brown - The Entrepreneurial Guru for Women

In the world of marketing, or anytime you need people to read what you are writing, your first impression is your headline. A catchy one will draw people in to learn more—and a so-so one can make you easily forgettable.

By Ali Brown and Admin Text-Only Editing

Key Elements Of A Special Report That Can Get You Clients
Fabienne Fredrickson - Founder of Boldheart.com (Previously ClientAttraction.com)

Have you written your special report for your Irresistible Free Offer yet? If not, Fabienne is going to take you through all the elements that will help you create an excellent report that can land you clients or build your relationship with your readers.

By Fabienne Fredrickson

How to Write Headlines that Get Read
Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW) - Love-Based Biz Strategist and Copywriter

Headlines are the most important part of a print ad. But before you start despairing over your headline-writing skills, take heart!

By Michele Pariza Wacek (Michele PW)

4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Write ANY Marketing Message
Ali Brown - The Entrepreneurial Guru for Women

Your marketing message is the bridge that connects your business to the outside world. Even on your busiest day, you must filter out the madness happening behind the scenes and deliver your message in a clear, compelling way that gets results. So how can you do this in a quick and easy way?

By Ali Brown and Admin Text-Only Editing

Story Space – as Safe As It Gets!
Lisa Bloom - Speaker, Author, Coach, Storyteller

Once upon a time…a long, long time ago… Tell a few more lines and then look carefully, what’s happening to your listener? What happens when we tell a story. It’s a kind of magic really, and amazingly, it happens from the very first few words.

By Lisa Bloom

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