In this guest article for KISSmetrics, I give you the four practical steps you need to write “magic bullet” copy.
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In this guest article for KISSmetrics, I explain the closest thing I know to a magic bullet when writing copy: what it really is that prospects want, that convinces them to buy. And it’s not yellow highlighters, hype, verbosity, or chattiness.
A brief but profound question to help you on your way to improving your website’s conversion rates. Oh yes, also an offer made with the same goal in mind.
In an article written for the legendary Design Shack, I outline five fundamental principles you can use to judge your web content’s effectiveness—and how to put them to use to make more sales.
In an article written for the popular Onextrapixel web design blog, I describe four of the most common revenue-killing mistakes that freelance web designers make on their own sites.
Sounds technical, dunnit? Better read on—it must be important!
A self-indulgent rant about the lamentable frequency with which the common comma is inappropriately substituted in for the noble semicolon, colon or em-dash.