February 2012

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How Do You Find Time to be an Expert?

Life is always easier with more time, both for work and for play. Christina Gillick gives you some key tips for managing your time

Lost in Transition

Heather Robson explains how multitasking could actually be killing your productivity and includes strategies on how to be more efficient.

How to Write an Article in 30 Minutes or Less

Writing well is one thing. Doing it quicker is another. Christina Gillick explains a great way to get your beautiful prose on the page quicker and more succinctly.

3 Ways to Profit as an Expert

So, now that you're an expert, how do you cash in? Christina Gillick tells you how.

“No College Necessary Strategies” for Tightening Your Copy

Will Newman shows you how to use the information form the Flesch-Kincaid test to lower your grade level score and tighten your copy.

Are You an Expert?

Being an expert is the foundation of a six-figure income. Christina Gillick shows you what being an expert is, and how to get there.

A Step-By-Step Guide to Writing Your First Book

Christina Gillick shares a specific strategy that allows you to finish an entire well-thought-out and professional book in a surprisingly short period of time.

The Movie Die Hard's Copywriting Lesson...

John Wood brings the world of action films to your copy, and the excitement that goes with them!

Ignore Your Schedule to Increase Productivity

Li Vasquez-Noone explains how occasionally ditching your routine can make you more productive.

Where to Find Your Most Profitable Customers

Joshua Boswell lays out the difference between Google and Facebook, and how this difference reflects the way to sell to users of each.

16 Ways to Put More Enthusiasm in Your Work and Life

The benefits of living a more enthusiastic life can't be overstated … John Wood has 16 ways to help breath a fire into your copywriting career, and your life.

The Fastest and Easiest Way to Improve the Clarity of Your Copy …

John Wood shows us how applying this simple steps to the oldest trick in the book will improve your copy again and again.

Can Watching Movies Help You Write Better Copy?

Movie trailers are the epitome of in-your-face advertising, and John Wood tells you how to apply their secrets to your copy.

6 Ideas for Writing a Successful E-book

Mindy Tyson McHorse gives you six powerful tips to help you write and sell an e-book that can instantly increase your credibility and earn extra income at the same time.

How to Promote Something With Limited Appeal …

As a copywriter, you will have to explain the appeal of the products and services to promote. John Wood helps you understand how to really bring life to the mundane.

How to Talk Your Way to New Clients

Will Newman reveals how public speaking can give you huge advantages for landing potential clients whether you’re just starting out in copywriting or trying to build your existing business.

Should Your First Line Be Long or Short?

Short and sweet. John Wood shows you how to utilize this maxim to create great leads for your copy.

16 Tips on How to Write Email Subject Lines that Compel Readers to Open and Read Your Email

John Wood helps you create the pre-headline that will get prospects to the headline, the email subject line.

The Refreshing Truth About Technology and Making Money

Joshua Boswell turns to his mentor and friend, Mark Ford for his profitable and powerful insights on how to conquer new technology “must haves” to make money online.

"Let's Write a Swimming Pool"

Having goals makes getting through the tough stuff easier. Steve Roller gives us some of his goals, and tells us how keeping our goals in mind can help our copywriting careers.

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