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 …
Editor’s Note: This seminar has already taken place. Join Authority now to watch it when it’s republished (and get instant access to 130+ hours of world class content marketing training).
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.
More than 7,000 of your professional peers are Authority members.
These are people who, like you, have specific questions about their businesses and who need tailored advice from people who don’t just study content marketing … but who actually do content marketing.
And do it well.
This week we’ve given you the chance to join them in Authority for $100 off the normal price. But the deal ends today at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.
So if you want to be like Mike, Julie, or Darren, or one of the thousands of other folks who are getting the answers they need in Authority, there will never be a better time than today to become a member.
You’ll lock in the $100 discount for the annual membership fee, plus you get 30 days to try Authority without risk. If for any reason you don’t want to keep your membership, just let us know and we’ll refund your money. No questions asked.
Not by us anyway. YOU can ask as many questions — and get as many answers — as you like. 😉
I am so sick of this doggone website.
It had been a good 18 months since I’d updated the design. It didn’t use HTML5. It wasn’t mobile responsive. And the form and function of the site no longer fit the content as well as it could.
Worst of all, it just looked … old. It felt tired. I needed a change, but I’m no coder. Nor did I want to pay for a custom design.
Ever had a similar string of thoughts yourself about your own site?