Like Harry's, RXBAR is another company that has reaped the rewards of simple and concise copy. Previously, protein bars have been complex. Half of the ingredients you read on the back of them can't be pronounced. RXBAR decided to create a bar that was just that... a protein bar. They kept it simple and created killer copywriting to further highly this simplicity. How about that ending line? "No B.S."
Tip #12 – Create the habit of offering more value than you take. I learned that from the dating advice world. Always lead with the giving hand, not the taking hand. Do you think I get anything for writing this document up when I should be outside exploring France? Nope. But Neville has always been a giver with me and everyone else he interacts with. I’m volunteered to write this for him because he’s a friend. Maybe you’ll be a friend of mine in the future too. I don’t know. But I’m not doing this to get something out of it. I’m enjoying a lifestyle that most people dream about, and it’s thanks to all that I’ve learned over the years and the clients who supported me. I am more than happy to give back to the world in the form of helping you with this small collection if wisdom I’m sharing. Make sure you become someone who does the same.
Your website is sometimes your brand’s only chance to make a good first impression with consumers in your target market. For this reason, you should pay attention to the layout of your site as well as the colors and graphics that you use in your site design. In fact, according to Adobe, 38% of people will stop engaging with a website if they find the content or layout to be unattractive.
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While today Sunkist is a mega-brand, there was a period of time where they were growing more oranges than their customers were eating. They actually had to start cutting orange trees down. They ended up hiring an advertising genius named Albert Lasker who introduced American's to the idea of "orange juice". He patented an orange juice extractor, sold it for .10 cents a piece and American's started buying oranges in droves. The campaign name? Drink and Orange. It's a concept that is anything but new to us today, but back then it made for killer copywriting.
This blue box section was written by a successful copywriter named Jason. He doesn’t have a website, doesn’t have any fancy business cards…..yet still manages to make 5-figures plus (per month) as a freelance copywriter through just referrals and word of mouth in very specific niches.I asked him to write some tips for you, and they actually come out damn good! Here’s Jason:So you want to be a copywriter? I’ll keep my story brief and offer a handful of tips that should be useful for all levels of copywriters – beginner through advanced.I got my start in a very unique way. I never went to college, and in fact I never even finished high school, and yet I run a successful six-figure copywriting business working online as I travel the world. As I write this now, I’m currently living in Paris, France and exploring French culture. I live where I want. I choose my clients. I have lots of freedom in my life. And I get paid for it :)Unlike my classmates in school who went on to get degrees and corporate jobs, I followed a different path. You wanna know what started all this?