Thorough Guide to the Bullet Journal System — Tiny Ray of Sunshine

Hello there! In this article, I will go a bit deeper into how the Bullet Journal system works and walk you through how to get started. The absolute best place to get started with the Bullet Journal is by going to the Bullet Journal website. Source: Thorough Guide to the Bullet Journal System — Tiny … Continue reading Thorough Guide to the Bullet Journal System — Tiny Ray of Sunshine

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10 Writers with Portfolios that Stand Out

One of the most important tools a freelance writer or editor can have when it comes to networking online is a well-made writer website. Twitter is a great place for making new connections and finding out about gigs, but a professional online portfolio is a must when you’re reaching out to pitch new article ideas … Continue reading 10 Writers with Portfolios that Stand Out

The first-time content strategist’s survival guide

I’ll often do this thing where I become fascinated with a burgeoning field of work — let’s say content strategy. I promptly get a job in the said field, and then quickly realize, despite my enthusiasm, I don’t know as much as I think I do. (Please, tell me this is normal.) True to form, … Continue reading The first-time content strategist’s survival guide

Do This Before You Write Sales Copy

Do you ever wonder about the “right words” you should use in your sales copy? Do you have just a  general  idea of your clients’ pain points, and creating reader-specific benefit statements is hard? We’ve all been there. It’s hard to write good copy when you don’t have all the information you need. Source: Do … Continue reading Do This Before You Write Sales Copy

Master the Art of Copywriting for Less Than $11

Discover what it takes to craft copy that sells over the course of this seven-hour training. Our goal is to feature products and services that we think you'll find interesting and useful. If you purchase them, Entrepreneur may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our commerce partners. Source: Master the … Continue reading Master the Art of Copywriting for Less Than $11

How To Write Product Descriptions That Really Sell

  With so many talented artists and makers selling their work online, it’s more important than ever to learn how to write product descriptions that will really inspire people to close the deal. The power of great product writing can make a major difference to your creative business, convincing your fans of the value of … Continue reading How To Write Product Descriptions That Really Sell

How to Write More in 2019

  There's nothing that has had changed my life more than writing 1000 words a day. Writing for an hour a day can improve the quality of your life, make you a happier person and enable you to accomplish things you once thought were impossible. Source: How to Write More in 2019

How Long is the Perfect Blog Post?

There’s an old saying about dresses and speeches which rightly points out that both should be long enough to cover the subject. In the modern era, men, in particular, would be well advised to drop all reference to female attire and talk about blogs instead. Source: How Long is the Perfect Blog Post?

How a Copywriter Can Be a Candidate’s Best Friend – Campaigns Elections

We are all aware that the world is shifting. We can say that we are on the verge of a new industrial revolution. You can find anything online, and with that, there is a growing need for copywriters. Source: How to Become a Better Copywriter  

Copywriting tips to drive more traffic on social media

Whether you are a blog, a business, or an individual – gaining traction on social media can be challenging. Thankfully, copywriters have been specializing in ways to get attention from people long before social media came along and a few of their methods can be especially useful for helping to drive traffic on social media. … Continue reading Copywriting tips to drive more traffic on social media

Start Using These Psychological Triggers In Your Copywriting

Psychology is a science founded in human motivation and behaviour and is essentially all about what makes people tick. As a marketer, if you can understand what drives somebody and why someone may behave a certain way, the better you’ll be able to understand them, work with them, and ultimately influence them. Source: Start Using … Continue reading Start Using These Psychological Triggers In Your Copywriting

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The Hidden Dangers of Confusing Attention with Accomplishment

​ The first time I interviewed Bob Goff, we talked about living a noteworthy life. If your life is noteworthy, you should take some notes on it. You should write about it. Writing every day changed my life and the lives of many of my friends, like Sarah Peck and Amber Rae. Source: The Hidden … Continue reading The Hidden Dangers of Confusing Attention with Accomplishment

Tight copywriting: What is it and how can you get it?

If you want your copywriting to be just like you bought it from the shop, it needs to be tight. But what does ‘tight copywriting’ really mean? Source: Tight copywriting: What is it and how can you get it?

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Copywriting Is The Answer TO: “How Can I Make Money On The Internet?

Copywriting: one sure way of making money off the internet/photo credit: medium Quite obvious many people now realises that a lot of money can be made from the internet, some still pops-up the question- How can I make money on the Internet? Source: Copywriting Is The Answer TO: “How Can I Make Money On The … Continue reading Copywriting Is The Answer TO: “How Can I Make Money On The Internet?

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4 instances where provocative language can be effective (and when it goes too far)

In certain situations, being provocative can be an effective communication technique. But if you go overboard, it can backfire. In the past, old movies often portrayed bosses as belligerent–pounding their hands on the table, and spewing profanities. Source: 4 instances where provocative language can be effective (and when it goes too far)

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Say what? Edu-speak obfuscates simple language

Mark Twain said, “I never write ‘metropolis’ for seven cents when I can write ‘city’ and get paid the same.” He was no “educator.” They seem to be paid by the syllable. If you believe the way we talk and write reflects and shapes how we think and clear thinking is good, the language of … Continue reading Say what? Edu-speak obfuscates simple language

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6 Copywriting Mistakes That Are Killing Your Landing Pages

Are you struggling to convert your website visitors to paying customers? Your copywriting may very well be to blame. Here's how to fix it. Having high-quality, persuasive copywriting within all of your marketing materials is something every brand should be striving for. Source: 6 Copywriting Mistakes That Are Killing Your Landing Pages

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The Importance of Storytelling in Design

Several years ago, I worked as an in-house copywriter and designer for a prominent marketing firm. When I first applied for the job I didn’t have any of the credentials my employers were looking for, and yet I got the job anyway, out of a pool of more qualified competitors. Source: The Importance of Storytelling … Continue reading The Importance of Storytelling in Design

How to Craft an Effective Welcome Email Series – Best Practices, Tips & Examples

This article was contributed by Kevin, the Head of Marketing at EmailMonks. Inbound is the new cool in marketing and emails can serve as an effective channel if you are considering an inbound marketing strategy. It helps to build your subscriber’s trust and generate sales. Source: How to Craft an Effective Welcome Email Series – … Continue reading How to Craft an Effective Welcome Email Series – Best Practices, Tips & Examples

Jeanette Winterson’s 10 Tips on Writing

“Turn up for work. Discipline allows creative freedom. No discipline equals no freedom.” In 2010, inspired by Elmore Leonard’s classic 10 Rules of Writing published nearly a decade earlier, The Guardian invited some of the world’s most celebrated living authors to share their own dicta of the craft. “Resign yourself to the lifelong sadness that … Continue reading Jeanette Winterson’s 10 Tips on Writing