The One Fail-proof Step To Get You Flawless At Copywriting
Recently, I decided to learn the basics of Graphic Design so that I could better market my business.
So, I searched on YouTube for graphic design classes.
Watching those videos, I found a lot of stuff regarding this. After two weeks, I wish I could say I was ready to compare myself to Saul Bass…
But I wasn’t. Not even close!
In fact, I hadn’t improved my design skill much at all.
The main reason was that I had only really taken the first step – watching, observing, and understanding – sponging up information.
But there is an essential second step I was overlooking.
Practice. David Sandler once said,” You can’t learn to ride a bike by watching a video. You have to get on the thing, pedal, and try not to tip over!’
The same is true when it comes to getting better at copywriting.
A business always wants persuasive copywriting to bring in more sales…
A marketer wants to write the winning prospecting emails…
And a copywriter must want to upskill his writing of emails, landing pages, and especially Facebook ads.
One thing that is common for everybody is they want to “get better” in copywriting.
And the key is to practice more. When you learn new copywriting tips, try them out. See how they perform. Play with the method like a child would with a new toy.