The life of a creative is an insane roller coaster. One day you’re in the mindset of “I can do this! I am killing this creative thing! My mind is overflowing with ideas!” And then the next day (or even 15 minutes later) you’ve done a 180 and find yourself in the mindset of “Hmmm,
Sitting there staring at my list of to-dos, I felt the anxiety coming on STRONG. So much to do and I can’t even start. I’m sure you’ve been there – we all have. And we hate it. Few things feel worse than staring at your long list of tasks and staring some more, and staring
Now that you know what the heck copy is, you should be able to see that it is almost everywhere in your business. However, there are 10 places online that you use copy the most. Here they are: Blog posts Website Home Page Emails CTAs (calls to action) About Me Page Tweets Facebook Updates Guides/Ebooks
So now that you guys are in the know about copy, let’s get into it. Do emails with massive amounts of text terrify you? Whenever I open up a long email, I feel just like Lucille Bluth. Uh uh. Not happening. Too much text is an immediate turn-off. And no one wants to be turned off. Ever.
What the heck is “copy,” and why do you need it? “Copy” is the quick and easy way of saying “copywriting.” Now what the heck is “copywriting?” Copywriting is the writing of anything you use on a daily basis to communicate with your clients, your colleagues, etc. In short, copy is every single little word
“What do you want to do with your life?” This is a question that we have been asked since we were very young. And ugh — isn’t it just the WORST sometimes? Some of us have an answer, and some of us don’t. If you are the person who has an answer right away, you will
A lot of people don’t like to write. Like actually HATE writing. That’s why people like me – copy writers – exist. You likely have a business or a product that you want to promote and that, of course, requires some content. But if you’re one of those people who shrivels at the thought