Unleash Your Creative Side
as Video “Director” …

One of the secrets to writing great copy is using the formulas that are known to work …

Whether it’s the 4 U’s, the 4 P’s, AIDA, or something else, these formulas are proven to engage and persuade readers, so your copy gets a great response.

But if you’re more of the right-brained creative type, there’s a type of project that really lets you flex your creative muscles — video scripts.

When you write short video scripts to promote a product, showcase a testimonial, or demonstrate a tip, you won’t just write the copy …

You’ll also get to play “director” …

Which means you can let your imagination run wild as you control the video’s imagery and visuals.

It’s a fresh challenge copywriters don’t often get to take on …

But it’s one that you’ll find fun! (And will be well-paid for) …

Go here to get all the details on earning your Badge for video scripts, along with seven other types of copywriting projects.

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Published: August 18, 2018

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