The #1 Reason for My Poverty

Posted June 12th, 2012 by Val and filed in Copywriting, Getting Started, Guest Post

By Joshua Boswell

For the first 11 years of so of my married life, we struggled with poverty. Not third world poverty, but we certainly qualified for all kinds of government programs for the poor and needy.

Right now, you may not be facing poverty like that, but my guess is that you are concerned about your money. You would like to see it increase and be stead for many, many years to come, yes?

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What Copywriters Should Know About Copyrights

Posted February 15th, 2012 by Val and filed in Copywriting, Guest Post, Uncategorized, Web Writing
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By John Forde

This guest post is written by John Forde, creator of the Copywriter’s Roundtable. Sign up for his excellent free newsletter at http://copywritersroundtable.com

It’s embarrassing the number of I’ve times had to explain: “copywriting” and “copyrights” have next to nothing to do with each other.

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Gene Schwartz’s 33-minute Secret

Posted February 2nd, 2012 by Val and filed in Getting Started, Guest Post, Productivity
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This guest post is written by John Forde, creator of the Copywriter’s Roundtable. Sign up for his excellent free newsletter at http://copywritersroundtable.com

                        Get a kitchen timer and put it on your desk.

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Why I Don’t Believe in “SEO Copywriting”

Posted January 25th, 2012 by Val and filed in Copywriting, Guest Post, SEO, Uncategorized
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By Robert W. Bly

 

“SEO (Search Engine Optimization) copywriting” requires that the copywriter concern himself with strategic placement of key words, tags, and the like within his Web copy to optimize search engine rankings of the pages he writes.

The problem is that to create really powerful copy, you have to have a single core audience in mind … and concentrate all your effort on writing to that one audience.

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