Monthly Archives: May 2012
Just today, I read a very interesting post on writing sales copy by Danny Iny. What he did was cleverly mash up the art of pickup and dating, with the art of selling. Interesting viewpoint! And if you ask me, they are not that different, to be honest. When you are trying to pick up someone, you are essentially trying to sell yourself, ain’t it?
“Know thy customer…before you write!” – Ron C.
This is the MOST important factor while you are writing a sales copy. Research, research, research! You cannot bypass this simple word and write an awesome sales piece. Know that. If you don’t know who you are writing for, how they think, how they speak and how they act, you can never tap onto that “hidden sentiment” that marks the greatness of Hall-of-Fame sales copy.
Here I am, and I am going to talk about one of the most interesting subjects on blogging today.
Can you make money blogging – fast and easy? No, you cannot.
Before I proceed further, I want to show you a Warrior Forum thread on the same topic – “So how much money do you really make?”
Got a new blog?
Want to grow it to mammoth proportions?
Then you’ve got to be guest posting.
You probably don’t need me to tell you this – the smartest minds in the blogosphere have already wizened up to the fact that guest posting is one of the best ways you can find to grow a new blog.
But one thing I can tell you, as much as I like the freedom offered in my freelancing career (just read an article by Kari Jenkins), I still feel the need to socialize with and dominate over my fellow men!
If you want to improve your writing, where do you look for inspiration?
I mean, would you use Shakespeare as your guide?
Or other famous authors?
I hope not. Because writing for the Net is different.
The new style of blog writing is based upon …
The answer may surprise you.
In a Scarborough research study, here’s are some interesting features about the US digital savvy consumers. If you are into internet marketing, you might as well it a read. You will definitely have some “owl-eye” moments.
- Around 6% of all American adults are digitally savvy. What does digitally savvy means? Simple! You are digitally savvy when you are using MP3 players while commuting to your office by train. You are digitally savvy when you pay your internet bill online.
- If you are in Austin, you are among people who love the online world. Austin ranks first in the top-ten list of most digital savvy US cities.