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A Copywriter is Born


Copywriting is my metier. Look it up if you don’t know the word.

So there I was. That’s the beginning to most great stories. But really, there I was.

My National Guard unit had been mobilized for a deployment to the Middle East. Nine months of monotonous duty, day after day. Wake up, go to work, work out, eat dinner, go to the barracks, watch some Netflix, then go to bed.

Groundhog Day, every day.

I started thinking of some things I could do to keep my mind off missing my family. Lots of Soldiers were starting to play in sports leagues. Then they started dropping like flies. I’m no Spring Chicken, so I didn’t want to run the risk of getting myself hurt.

What else to do? Well, I’ve always had the entrepreneurial spirit, much to my wife, Buket’s, dismay. Several failed startups, but she has always let me try to shoot for the stars.

I’ve always known I’m an above-average writer; I even have a novel under my belt. You can check it out on Amazon here.

You’re still here? Well, there’s $2 I won’t get.

I’ve always been fascinated with the art and science of copywriting. To me, it’s fascinating that this field has been around since practically the beginning of moveable type and it continues to be as effective today as ever. The mediums have changed, but the concepts are the same.

I decided to give it a go and hung out my shingle on Sales letters, email sequences, anything related to sales copy, I’d do. And do you know what? I surprised even myself and ended up being pretty darn successful.

In my first 30 days, I had over $500 in orders from people looking for all kinds of copy. I would basically write anything just to get the experience. But over time, as is natural I think, I gravitated towards a particular niche. Mine was the long-form sales letter, email sales letters, landing pages, and other forms of persuasive writing.

I can’t say the rest is history just yet because it’s still early in the game. But I’ve exceeded my goals so far and I really enjoy what I’m doing.

Simply put, my writing sells stuff.

My writing style isn’t for everyone, but it gets results.

If you need a customer to take action, I’ll make it happen.

Trust me, my stuff sells your stuff.

If you’re ready to blow up your sales, click on my Fiverr profile and let’s get to work.

What is Copywriting

Copywriting is the art and science of crafting words (whether written or spoken) that get people to take some form of action.

Usually, that form of action includes some form of selling. Whether clicking a “Buy Now” button, inputting their information into a form, or picking up the phone and calling.

Done correctly, copywriting can make the difference between your product or service getting traction in the market or languishing in obscurity.

Copywriting That Sells Your Stuff

Imagine that you have so many customers, you have to choose to either raise your prices or turn customers away. Not a bad position to be in, huh?

Sales are the lifeblood of any business and in order to increase sales, you need to present a compelling reason to your prospect on how your service or product is going to take their pain go away.

That’s what copywriting is all about. Its sole purpose in life is to get your potential customer to take action. Whether that’s to click a Buy Now button, pick up the phone to call you, or fill out an order form.

I work with you to ensure that we are capturing what differentiates you from the competition and to craft a compelling message on why a client should work with you instead of the other guy.

Too many copywriters charge outrageous fees, then simply hire someone with questionable writing ability to do the work for them. They then pass that shoddy work off to you.

And you’re left holding the bag. A bag full of expensive words that don’t work.

Every single word of your marketing message is written by me because I want you to get the best.

Simply put, my writing sells stuff. Specifically, your stuff.

My job is to work with you to make sure that we show them how you will make their pain go away.

People will pay anything to make their pain go away


Valuable Info

Valuable information. That’s what you need to give your potential customers each and every time you send them a piece of marketing. It’s great to build rapport. As a matter of fact, you have to. You need to let them know that you care about them. But it is also your responsibility to give them …