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One Hour Guide to Great Web Copywriting: For Business Websites

Posted on October 28, 2013 by Blog Design Journal

WHY MOST WEB CONTENT SUCKS

Simply because most web writers don’t know their audience and don’t take the time to know what their audience wants.

Sharpen your web writing skills and write great content that hooks readers and makes them happy to do business with you. Learn to do this without sleazy, manipulative copy and instead with writing that helps your readers reach the goals that brought them to their web browser.

For less than your daily iced grande latte with light ice and two Splenda, this book will teach you how and entertain you at no extra charge!

ROCK-STAR WRITING SKILLS IN ONE HOUR

Throwing any old words on a web page is the same as throwing away business. You won’t grab the attention of the audience that should be buying from you.

Whether you write for clients, a company you work for, or your own business, this book GUARANTEES that in one hour (a little more if you read out loud), you’ll have the blueprint for great web writing skills and exercises that will help you be a better web writer.

THE TIPS THAT WILL MAKE YOUR WEB WRITING STAND OUT

  • WHAT YOUR AUDIENCE DOES AND DOESN’T CARE ABOUT
  • HOW TO FIND OUT WHAT DRIVES YOUR AUDIENCE
  • HOW TO WRITE MORE TARGETED COPY
  • THE MOST POWERFUL SINGLE WORD IN WEB COPYWRITING
  • HOW TO USE FACTS
  • HOW TO WRITE HEADLINES THAT HYPNOTIZE

And many more tips that will turn you into a rock star web writer. Plus you’ll learn to become a lifetime student of web behavior that will help you every time you sit down to write a web page.

MAKE THE WEB MORE WEBULAR

Start being part of the solution for making the web a better place for real humans looking to solve real problems and answer real questions. You’ll get more web writing gigs and have more fun.

And your mom will be proud. I asked her and she said that she would be.

Click LOOK INSIDE or download a sample. You’ll refer back to this book again and again.

Why wait! Buy it today.

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3 to “One Hour Guide to Great Web Copywriting: For Business Websites”

  1. James Osborne says:

    The “fast track” to building great business website A friend of mine told me I should read this book to help me improve my small-business website. I really didn’t think there was much I could do to improve my website to begin with but I got the book anyway and read it during a a recent trip. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the book not only gave me helpful advice on crafting my site, but also got me thinking about my website in ways I had never considered. This book isn’t for everyone, I’m sure. But I thought it wasn’t for me and it turned out I was wrong.

  2. J. Chambers says:

    16 steps to become a better web writer The book’s title implies that it only takes one hour to read and digest the information in the book. It took me a little longer, but that’s okay, because the book is chock full of practical and very useful instruction on writing web pages that sell your product or service. It’s divided into sixteen steps that will help you to speak to your target audience using words and images that will grab their attention. Before beginning to write, the author asks four questions that you should be able to answer before proceeding.I picked up a number of valuable tips from the book, including:* Your target audience is impatient and goal-oriented. The key is to solve their problems.* Use words that appeal to their emotions.* Use the word “you” a lot.* Differentiate your product or service from others’ offerings, whether it’s price, service, ratings, or whatever.* Understand how the “conversion funnel” works.* The headline is the most important element on the page.* Subheads matter.* Learn to use images, lists, and videos to break up a page.* The titles and description tags for your pages affect how often the pages will be seen.* Include social icons for sharing on social media.* Your pages must work for small mobile devices as well as PC monitors.* How to write “About us” pages.* Using analytics to measure success.The material is very well organized and presented very clearly. I can’t say that there’s any groundbreaking or earthshaking new information in the book, but this is the best and most thorough book on this subject that I’ve read.A review copy of the book was provided by the author.

  3. Anonymous says:

    This guy can make you laugh right in the middle of a sentence that would otherwise be dry and flat. He talks to himself, he contradicts himself but it all comes with a good feeling that you getting your moneys worth. Don’t Get me wrong, he does come out with some pretty heavy stuff with psychology and comparisons. There is a lot of serious things to consider in this business plan for a book but you will keep on turning pages I guarantee it.Jas HackerProviding comfort food for readers’ imagination.@2013Naked and AdriftNaked in Swamp FenokeeNaked in DetroitJas@JasHacker.com



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