Review: The Step-by-Step Copywriting Course

Written by Jill Whalen

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What I like best about this course/book arerepparttar real world examples Karon uses. She doesn't just *tell* you how to write great copy; she explains why certain techniques work and why others don't, and provides stunning examples to back it all up. In fact, her writing samples were so good that I'm seriously thinking about signing up for some ofrepparttar 136301 services she wrote about (a personal coach was one that sticks out in my mind -- if only I wasn't such a procrastinator!). And that, my friends, isrepparttar 136302 crux of what Karon will teach you, if you decide to giverepparttar 136303 course a spin: you too can write copy in a way that truly entices people to take action. The good news is that it's priced extremely low at only $89.00. A whole heck of a lot cheaper than if you signed up for a copywriting course at a University or Business School, and most likely, a whole heck of a lot better!

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Business Writing: When Not To Be Professional

Written by Lisa Packer

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With that in mind, here are some tips to help bring your writing back “down to earth”:

1.Picture your prospect. Get a mental picture ofrepparttar one typical person you’re writing to. If you have to, get a real picture from a magazine or even your family album and tape it to your computer screen as you write. Then write like you’re talking to that one individual. 2.Read your copy out loud. If you stumble over anything, so will your reader. Rewrite until your words flow smoothly and sound natural. 3.Read your copy to someone else. Preferably a group of people. If, when you are finished, they tell you what a great job you’ve done, you have failed. You’ve succeeded when they ask you how to get what you’re writing about.

Never be afraid to be personal in your ads, web pages, sales letters – any time you are communicating with a prospect. Make it sound like you are actually speaking to them.

If you still want to “look professional”, userepparttar 136300 money you make and go buy some nice business clothes!

Lisa Packer, author of "How To Dramatically Increase Your Business... Without A Blockbuster Budget" is an independant copywriter and marketing consultant. For more helpful articles like this one, visit

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