“Do you have any tips for copywriting please?”
This is what Dawn asked in our Facebook group the other day. I, being the person I am, then asked if she had anymore detail about exactly what kind of thing she was having difficulty with.
She followed up with this question…
“How long should a sales letter be?”
Which is a great question. You can see the answer here.
And I wasn’t trying to be a pain in the ass. There’s a reason I get back to you and ask for you to be specific in your questions. It’s because individual topics are absolutely huge, it’s nearly impossible for me to give you a tip for a large area of marketing.
But if you tell me the area you are focusing on, or the specific difficulty you are facing, that’s a different story.
It’s also why, when I get emails that say things like… “Can you tell me how to make money online?”
My reply is usually along the lines of, yeah I can, check out my emails.
Much as some people and gurus will try and tell you that there is a formula for this stuff, there is no one size fits all.
I know what works for me, I know if you implement it then it’s probably going to work for you, but there’s a huge gulf between me telling you something and you implementing it. I’ve no idea how much time you have, your budget or your expectations, let alone your personality and what you enjoy or dislike.
The easiest way to make money online is by:
1) Building and email list
2) Sending regular emails
3) Promoting something in every email
And there are a ton of ways that you can do that. My personal way is here.
P.S. Next month’s Business Ignition magazine is going to be a copywriting special, and I’m even going to be sharing my personal cheat-sheet to writing copy that I have NEVER shared with anyone before. It allows me to write sales pages that outperform most copywriters in a day or less.
P.P.S. You’ve still got time to get access to it by joining Business Ignition today.