Dear Udemy student,
How much will your copywriting skills improve in the next 10 days?
For most people, they aren't going to improve all that much, if at all. They have no plan to improve and continue to struggle. I don't blame them. The sheer amount of things to learn about copywriting can be pretty overwhelming.
What if you were given step-by-step, focused instructions, clear examples AND skill-building assignments, every day, for the next 10 days. Do you think that would help?
“The 10 Day Copywriting Challenge!"
Here's the challenge I'm presenting:
Simply watch the lecture for day one and do the homework. Do the same thing the next day to add on the next vital skill. At the end of 10 days, you will have greater knowledge and skills in:
What this course covers:
Go ahead and add this course so we can get started!
PS. This course is low priced for a limited time only. I reserve the right to raise it soon. So lock in this course now!
Richard Winser is a professional educator and entrepreneur. As a writing instructor, he has spent the last 8 years helping people improve their writing and communication skills. As an entrepreneur, he immersed himself in all aspects of product creation and marketing.
Areas of expertise include:
-Coaching and consulting
-Video and audio production
Mr. Winser's love of education came at an early age when he began taking guitar lessons at age 7. This love continued throughout college, as he racked up over 210 credit hours at the Undergraduate level. “At that point, they pretty much kicked me out," he recalls. “I just liked taking classes and learning!"
He then moved on to the public sector and began serving his community as a high school English teacher. He worked with “at risk" students with challenging socioeconomic backgrounds. “I was really afraid I'd bitten off more than I could chew," he said. “The environment was extremely difficult, with so many things of which you need to be cognizant. However, I soon found that it helped improve my teaching and presentation skills tremendously. Standing up before 150 reluctant learners and leading them through an education day after day is a tough calling, and it is also very rewarding."