When most people think of "copywriting", a few things come to mind:
On the bright side, we think of copywriters like Don Draper and Peggy Olsen from Mad Men. Suave and brilliant wordsmiths who come up with powerful ways to woo us into buying the next big thing.
However, most people see copywriters as devious hustlers who use secretive psychological tricks that convince us to buy shit we don't need.
Either way, if you ever want to sell anything to anyone, you need REAL copywriting skills. Now.
In this crash course, I'm going to expose a handful of powerful, but more importantly, ethical copywriting strategies to get people to buy your work without making you feel like you're being pushy, cheesy, and perhaps worst of all: "salesy."
We're going to cover:
When you think about it, a lack of copywriting skills means you're leaving money on the table.
The honest truth is, copywriting isn't hard at all. In fact, it's pretty damn fun when you actually know what you're doing and what works.
The problem is, when you have no idea what works, what converts, and what resonates with your audience, how can you ever improve and make more money?
I've helped dozens of other smart people like you understand why their copy doesn't work and empowered and educated them to become more powerful copywriters.
Isn't it about time you figured out how to magically write copy that encourages people to buy your stuff?
Aren't you curious about:
If you're ready to put your learning hat on, then c'mon.
Time to learn how to write better than you ever have.
There's money waiting for you.
My name is Jeff Ramos and for most of my life, I’ve lived under the poverty line.
Over the past few years I've put in endless hustle and creative strategies to reinvent myself time and time again.
When I first moved to NYC, I literally had no money and no connections and used real-world networking to become a full time DJ in the world's most competitive city.
As social media flourished, I rode the wave and took my passion for blogging about the social impact of video games online.
A simple blog I had for three months took me from having a job and a part time hobby to a career writing about games and working with some of the world's leading NGOs, non-profits, educators, and game designers fusing my love for video games and social activism.
Now I'm obsessed with the passions, ideas, and projects of others and try to create as much content as I can to help everyone brings their ideas to life.
My story and hard work is a testament that no matter who you are and what you're given, you can create amazing things in this world that people will love or learn from.
I'm passionate and caring as hell. Just see what people have to say about how I teach.
After reading all that, aren't you curious about what we'll build together?