Category Archives: Marketing Saga
This is a very interesting question.
One of the Warrior Forum members put the following comment:
It is true that it is not wise to depend on Google solely for your daily traffic, with flurry of updates every few months. And frankly speaking, Google supports the big businesses these days. With the increasing influence of social search in SEO, brand popularity makes the difference.
It feels like a holiday today, which it actually is in some parts of the world. Who’s taking the day off? We’re still working today, but we’ll be taking tomorrow off, so please bear with us – no gig listings tomorrow. We’ll be back on Monday, though.
Good luck with the jobs today!
Clients finally understand the value of good web copy. They’re spending more money than ever online. And they need unique, high-quality content written on a regular basis (which means easy, steady paychecks for you!).
But, the best part — in my opinion — is the variety of content they need.
No matter what type of writer you are — or what kind of writing you enjoy — there’s a web-writing opportunity for you.
In the next year, U.S. companies will spend $47.7 billion marketing online with the goal of making a return on that investment. And if you can help them attract readers, and then turn those readers into buyers, you’ll never have to worry about finding work.
Laurel and Hardy.
Batman and Robin.
Which is the odd one one out?
Yup, it’s the guy who can’t handle Kryptonite, of course. If Superman is in trouble, there’s almost no one to rescue him. But Hardy or Batman can get in trouble all they want, and they have a nice partner to back them up.
The same applies to the double-whammy headline.
A double whammy headline is a headline with two partners. And like most partnerships, one partner takes on a slightly bigger role. So let’s take some examples:
Do you know that it’s a strength, not a weakness, to be new to copywriting? As a new copywriter, you’ll charge less, and this makes you appealing to clients with a low budget.
Here’s how to make money when you’re a brand new copywriter.
1. Glory in Your Inexperience – You Can Be More Creative Than the Pros
Copywriting is salesmanship in words, but it’s also a creative art. As their experience grows, copywriters struggle to maintain “beginner’s mind” because their experience gets in the way.
As a newcomer, you’ve got beginner’s mind built-in. You’ll find that not only do clients with low budgets want to hire you, large companies with big marketing budgets want you too – you’ve got freshness the old pros lack.
However, your beginner’s mind is only a plus if you realize that it is. This means, that when you’re new, promote yourself that way.
After a long time, eh?
In all honesty, donning the hats of an aspiring business person on one hand and an expert financial analyst on the other, takes a lot of time out of your hands. Yet, I decided to continue with this Copy-e-Writing project after all. And not only that, I have thought of adding another element to this site - Live Copywriting Reviews & Feedback.
What are live copywriting reviews? In many forums, I see that many people are looking for expert reviews about their sales copy, squeeze page or newsletter from time to time. This is my endeavor to provide them my extension opinion about their write-up, as far as is possible by me. Not only from forums, I would extract pieces from various sources around the web and do my criticism. I have long been in the writing field. You liked my writing and needless to say, you pay me for it. It’s time for me to contribute to the writing community.
Everyone says, “Content is king,” but what does that really mean?
There are two different views …
People who believe in this strategy say that the more content you write, the more website visitors you’ll get because of the sheer volume of keywords on your site. However, every time Google makes an update to its algorithm, this group loses search engine rankings and traffic. This group has to always worry about whether their business will weather the next Google storm.
I think there’s a better way …