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Step one for copywriters: appreciate what to say - copywriting


Find a passage of poorly on paper copy, and odds are you will have found a copywriter who never figured out what it was that he or she was annoying to say.

Whenever I have bother with some copy, I stop, sit back and then write at the very top of the page. . .

"What is it that I am especially frustrating to say?"

With that question, I force for myself to take a much more closely controlled accost to my work.

I force in my opinion to go back to the brief and take a nearer look at the effect or assistance in question, and the needs of the addressees to which I am writing.

I force for my part to think a lot harder about what actually needs to be said in order to attract, engage, let somebody know and inspire the reader.

I force for my part to find the one line, the one accepted wisdom that truly describes what it is I am demanding to say.

With that line in hand, I can then start over, deliberate that I am course in the right administration with a clear, clear-cut message.

All too often, copywriters use the course of copywriting to help them 'think'. That's how bad copy happens. You need to get the assessment done ahead of you start writing.

Nick Usborne is a copywriter, author, loudspeaker and advocat of good writing. You can contact all his archived newsletter articles on copywriting and journalism for the web at his Excess Voice site. You'll find more articles and income on how to make money as a casual journalist at his Freelance Inscription Success site.


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