Tim Denning – Six-Figure Copywriting for Writers
Turn casual readers to paying customers with a repeatable 4-step method.
Most online writing is ignored.
Every day, a flood of hopeful writers hop on the Internet. A few will succeed (and we’ll talk about their secrets shortly). The vast majority will fail. Even if they get followers, they can’t turn them into subscribers. And even if they get subscribers, they can’t turn them into customers. One friend of mine collected 450,000 followers across various platforms. He lives that writer life. Butt in chair. Fingers on keyboard. Thinking, editing, publishing. Every single day.
My friend transitioned to full-time writing 18 months ago but…
His dreams are now hanging by a thread. The economic tide turned. The money pile shrunk. He doesn’t know how to get more. It’s a tragedy to think he might trudge back to the cubical. Meanwhile… Another friend of mine has half the following of my first friend. He picked up writing much later in life. He’s a decent creator, but his stuff is not quite as good as my first friend. But the thing is… This second friend recently crossed two million dollars in revenue. He moved to a bigger house. He paid off lingering debts. Until further notice, his only job is to create. What’s strange is… My first friend works WAY harder than the second friend. How is that possible?
Many writers get stuck in a painful pattern.
Hard-working people (like my first friend) hit a plateau: The follower count may rise, but… They earn only $500-$1,200 per month. $500 isn’t enough to feed a family. It’s not enough to quit your job. It’s not even enough to pay the mortgage.
Those committed to the writing dream look for solutions…
You seek out tactics to get more followers, subscribers, and customers.
What you find makes your stomach churn…
- A quote from American DJ Howard Stern that says the best way to sustain success is to “be a prick…”
- YouTube ads from a guy named Jeff, filming from his private yacht…
- Douche-bros in your face on Twitter…
- Pushy DMs in your LinkedIn…
- Over-selling posts on Facebook…
It all seems so… fake.
You’re all for “reinventing yourself” as a writer, but this seems like too much.
You’re willing to learn.
You’re willing to work.
But all your options seem terrible.
Which do you pick?
- A) Quit the job prematurely and hope things work out.
- B) Surrender your writing dreams and march back to your little home office.
- C) Sacrifice your self-respect and start selling like a douche-bro.
It’s an impossible choice.
But… those aren’t the only choices.
The secret is… authenticity gets the best results.
You probably read that sentence and thought “That’s BS. I am authentic honest, but I’m still not seeing the results that I want.”
That’s because when you ask a reader for something — to follow you, to subscribe to your list, to buy your book or online course — you need a different type of writing altogether.
It’s a type of writing called copywriting.
This course is probably NOT for you if…
This course is definitely not a good fit for everyone. It would be silly of me to pretend it is.
This course is NOT for you if…
– You’ve been practicing copywriting for several years.
– You’ve written more “features,” “benefits,” and “value propositions” than you can count, and you’ve overcome more “objections” than you can remember.
– You’ve generated more than $100,000 in sales through copywriting.
If you check all those boxes, move along. I’ll see you in a different course.
This course is perfect for you if…
At this point, you’re probably wondering whether this course is a good fit for you.
Let me offer a few criteria.
This course IS for you if…
– You struggle to get subscribers to your email list.
– You can’t convince people to get a copy of your book.
– You don’t know how to sell that online course you made.
– You used to make sales over the phone, but now do it over messages
– You find sales pages nearly impossible to write
– You are just getting started writing and don’t want to waste time
– You want to work LESS and get MORE results.
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