5 Ways a Copywriting Mentor Can Make Your Copy Shine

ADVANTAGE #1: A mentor allows you to draw on his experience. You learn from the problems he faced and solved when he started out. And you’ll learn the tricks of the trade and short cuts that have made him tops in his field.

ADVANTAGE #2: A mentor directs you along the right track from the very beginning – keeping you from wasting precious time and effort. He’ll guide you to structure your sales letters so that they looks, sound, and feel natural. You’ll look professional and skilled in the eyes of clients … because they only see your very best.

ADVANTAGE #3: A mentor imparts specialized knowledge specific to your copy, specific to the way you write … the way no printed program – no matter how good – can do.

ADVANTAGE #4: Mastering copywriting success means more than writing dynamic, compelling copy. Success means knowing how to sell yourself so clients will want you to write for them. A mentor can be your most powerful resource for promoting yourself.

ADVANTAGE #5: A mentor is committed to your success. He’ll talk you through the tough parts of writing when that’s what you need to get you moving forward. And sometimes when it’s needed, he’ll give you a not-so-gentle nudge to push you over the hump.

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Published: April 3, 2006

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