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The best methods for effective copywriting in any niche

Discussion in 'Copywriting' started by carlasimmons86, Jun 6, 2019.

  1. carlasimmons86

    carlasimmons86 Affiliate affiliate

    I've been working as a copywriter for about half an year, but only in a few spheres, so can you tell me what are some ways to learn how to write for any topic?
    Can a person master that and be more responsive when the offers come?
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  3. The_Forest_Shepherd

    The_Forest_Shepherd Affiliate affiliate

    Unless it's astrophysics or brain surgery it's pretty hard to learn.

    But once you learn the basic principles any market is fairly easy to write for.

    You learn the basic principles by reading and practicing.

    Also, learn some human psychology so you can handle the clients.
  4. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    Understand your product or service's touch points and your customer's pain points and capitalize on them.
    Selling is selling basically --and people are people.
    Say as little as needed and don't talk your customer to boredom --they'll just leave.
  5. Ymese

    Ymese Affiliate affiliate

    It isn't easy to write about unfamiliar or dull topics. However, this shouldn't prevent you from creating engaging content. There are some tips you can keep in mind to write about any topics:

    - Try using the product to see what it’s all about
    - Good research is the secret turning out great content
    - Put you put yourself in your target audience shoes and speak to them
  6. epetoke

    epetoke Affiliate affiliate

    As an email marketer, effective copy is everything, especially for subject lines. It's incredible the difference in open and engagements rates when you take the time to write good copy. In my experience, the best way to increase engagement in email marketing is to always plant the seed of curiosity.

    Here is an example of two subject lines which when split tested saw subject line 2 have a 35% higher open rate.

    Subject line 1 (Provided by the client): Visit the Island of Crete this summer
    Subject line 2 (Split test request by me to client): This should be your next summer holiday

    Subject line 2 leaves a decent amount of curiosity for the user to want to open the email and read more. Naturally the actual body content needs to be equally well written and more information must be volunteered but just getting them to open is a major step forward.

    hope this helps someone.
  7. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

    1. what I want you to do
    2. what you could do
    Pretty simple marketing psychology -- not so self-centered by the author/speaker
    You will always close more sales if you talk with people rather than talk at them <Truth ;)
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  8. clairedivas

    clairedivas Affiliate affiliate

    For this reason it’s important that you understand the basics of the practice known as “copywriting.” Copywriting refer to the process of writing content that inspires people to action, making it a highly relevant field of study for webmaster in any niche or industry.
  9. redfoxprincess

    redfoxprincess Affiliate affiliate

    I am also a copywriter and I am still not that expert in all of the niche. It's really hard to know everything knowing that my brain is not like a sponge that would just remember ALL of the articles I read so I suggest you just focus on one niche and for sure you would be expert on that and can fastly reply for questions and create an article.