11 September 2019

How to Become A Great Copywriter?

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Want to get better results from your web pages? Then you have to get the copy right. Whether you’re writing landing page copy or tweaking button text, sending the right message will increase conversions. That’s why a good copywriter is a great investment.

Strong copy is important, and since you can’t afford to wait around for the right combination of words and letters to appear on your screen, you’re going to have to become more deliberate about honing your skills as a copy creator.

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Whether you average three hundred words of copy a day or three thousand, there are some simple strategies you can use to improve your Copywriting and deliver better results for your clients or company


Mastering the copywriting skills is the best way to build a better blog in this crowded blogosphere.
Interested in learning few effective copywriting tips?
Ok.. let’s get into the details then

First Off All What Do You Mean by Copywriting?

Copywriting doesn’t mean to copy others writing ;)
Copywriting = writing in a powerful way (your readers can’t ignore reading your stuff usually!)
In simple words, copywriting means creating the content that sells.
Now let’s jump into the copywriting tips that you can use right away on your blog.


These are the most 4 important letters in copywriting A.I.D.A
Grab Attention – titles and first few lines of your copy
Create Interest – write insanely creative. Use quotes, stats, mesmerize your readers with stories
Build Desire – Keep ’em anticipated on your future posts, products etc.
Call to Action – Tell your reader what to do next
Let’s discuss how you can grab your readers’ attention.

The Most Important word in copywriting is: YOU

Write for 1 reader, not for a group

Even  you’re writing for a big crowd, you should focus only on one reader at a time.
When your focus is ONLY on one reader, you’ll write as if you’re directly talking to him.
This indirectly creates great impact on your targeted audience.
They’ll tends to read every word in your article if your copy is compelling.
So focus on one reader at a time rather than focusing on a huge crowd.

Headline are 90%

Even if your content is killer, no one reads your content if it contains a mediocre headline.
So if you want to become a great copywriter, you must strive hard to create attention grabbing titles.
So how can you write compelling headlines?
I don’t want YOU to learn the headlines creation the hard way.
Here’s a simple tactic to write killer titles.
Copy the titles of popular posts!
And tweak them better than the previous titles.
See how simple it is..
This way you can easily create great headlines.

Call to Action is King in Copywriting

Your readers should take some action after reading your contents.
This is how you can track your copywriting performance.
Don’t end your blog posts without having CTA’s (Call To Actions)
You can ask your readers to take the actions like;
  • Subscribing to your blog
  • Leaving a comment
  • Buying your products etc

Your Copywriting Success Totally Depends on How You Hook the Readers

So how do you want to hook your readers?
This is very important in copywriting.
You can hook them by;
  • Writing great first lines
  • Using appealing images
  • Sub heads that stand out from the crowd etc

Divide Your Content into Chunks

Never write using long paragraphs. NEVER!
You must be writing for the skimmers.
If you can convey your contents EVEN to the skimmers, or
If the MEAT of your content can be understood by just skimming, you’re almost done!

Use Links in a Smart Way

Make sure your external links will open in a new tab, make your readers not to escape from reading your content.
Most of the skimmers will actually stop at your links.

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How many of you know this?

So use your links the  smart way. Always use relevant links, they should be laser focused.
Over to you
We're done now…
Do you’ve any more tips on mastering the copywriting skills? 

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