How to Target Your Perfect Customer

How to Target Your Perfect Customer

The most important part of your copy is not your headline, not your offer, and certainly not your benefits. The most important part is your customer. Sounds obvious, right? But in the last few weeks, I’ve been critiquing some pretty good copy. Very well-written...
Dead Copywriters Don’t Tell Stories

Dead Copywriters Don’t Tell Stories

For over 15 years now, I’ve been teaching the concept of “storyselling,” a term I coined about using the power of stories in the sales process. It’s nothing new. It’s a technique I learned way back in my early career, especially from one...
Take Your Reader For a Drive

Take Your Reader For a Drive

When I critique, edit, or rewrite sales copy, I discover that many clients commit some common errors. Granted, not all of them are writers. But most of them fail to drive customer actions not because they lack writing skills but because they fail to look at their copy...
How I Write Copy in Seven Steps

How I Write Copy in Seven Steps

A lot of people ask me how I write copy. I don’t mean the actual writing process (such as how I come up with headlines, bullets, offers, etc), but how I tackle the actual task of composing a new sales piece from scratch. Everyone is different. My writing process...
Are Bottlenecks Clogging Your Sales?

Are Bottlenecks Clogging Your Sales?

When a sales page is not performing to your expectations, what’s the worst thing you can possibly do? Nothing. By making changes, any changes, you can strengthen your copy and improve your sales — provided you track those changes. In most cases, there are...

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