Very few writers, regardless of their specialty, can claim the honors of a National Book Award nomination, a hat-trick of National Magazine Award nods, and a #1 New York Times Bestseller, all to their credit.
Elizabeth Gilbert can.
From her early days in the cutthroat journalism trade, writing copy for the likes of GQ and the New York Times Magazine, to her wildly successful memoir Eat, Pray, Love, Ms. Gilbert has punched her way to becoming a heavyweight wordsmith.
Great copywriters hook readers in word by word, line by line.
They know how to write the kind of copy that can stay with their audience for years.
Let’s add a little bit of this kind of power into your own writing, right now …
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Remember Ted Williams? The homeless man with the golden voice? Smooth, deep, controlled.
Who wouldn’t want to sit at that man’s feet and listen to him talk all day?
And that’s sort of the same effect Sonia Simone and Robert Bruce will have on you when you join them on their next Authority Master Class this Thursday, December 12th at high noon (Eastern U.S. time).
And their topic is an important one: “7 Steps to Becoming a Better Writer.”
Most independent authors and content creators aren’t thinking in terms of building product funnels when they write their books and stories.
That is a mistake.
Whether you’re writing fiction or nonfiction, smart writers who know how to build their catalog around funnels will always make more money directly with their words than writers who publish their work using the old “hope and pray” business plan.