Copywriting A-Z write a copy that attract, convince & sells
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Copywriting A-Z write a copy that attract, convince & sells

Copywriting powerful formulas to write headlines & body that increase sale + marketing copywriting & writing tips
4.2 (63 ratings)
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Last updated 11/2018
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This course includes
  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 4 articles
  • 9 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Write effective copies that sale and increase attention
  • use cognitive biases in their copies
  • increase the percentage of people who fallow the call to action
Requirements
  • Willing to spend at least 10 minutes to learn and practice
  • Suggestion: It is better to learn 21 cognitive biases of marketing first
Description

Learn and master how to write a powerful copy that increase sale, attention, followers with using practical tips and techniques.

You will learn how to:

  • What is copywriting

  • Who is your customer

  • 6 powerful formulas to write a good headline

  • Cognitive biases in headline

  • AIDA

  • How to write a copy (body) that increase call to action

What is copywriting?

Copywriting is the act of writing text for the purpose of advertising or other forms of marketing. The product, called copy, is written content that aims to increase brand awareness and ultimately persuade a person or group to take a particular action.

Copywriters help create billboards, brochures, catalogs, magazine and newspaper advertisements, sales letters and other direct mail, scripts for television or radio commercials, tag lines, white papers and other marketing communications.  


How are we going to do it?


We should present an argument strong enough to convince visitors that what we are going to provide them (product, info, free sample, …) worth a lot more than what they give us (email, phone number, money, …)


Where you can use copywriting?

  • Market research

  • Email marketing

  • Search engine optimization(SEO)

  • YouTube

  • Instagram

  • Facebook

  • Twitter

  • ...

If you really want to write a copy that sells, join this course because these are the core of a successful marketing and sales.

Who this course is for:
  • Anyone who want to increase sale in their business or others
  • Anyone who want to work as a freelancer in copywriting field
  • Anyone who want to grab people's attention
  • Anyone who want to write effective blogs
  • Anyone who want to increase sale from email marketing
Course content
Expand all 19 lectures 02:36:07
+ Introduction to Copywriting
3 lectures 10:19

A general information about the sections we have inside this course.

Sections introduction
00:19

Introduction to copywriting:

During this lesson we will talk about what is copywriting, why we need it and where and how we can use it.

Preview 08:33
How to use
01:27
+ Copywriting A-Z
9 lectures 01:23:43

What is copywriting?

During this lecture we are going to talk more about what is copywriting and why we need it in our business.

What Is Copywriting?
04:29

Know your customer first:

One of the most important factors before writing an effective copy is to know who are you writing for, what are they like, what do they need and so on. If you don't know who is your target you never can write a successful copy. During this lesson we are going to understand who is our customer by using buyer persona.

Preview 08:52

AIDA:

AIDA is a very common structure that people use in copywriting which stands for:

  • Attention
  • Interest
  • Desire
  • Action
Preview 05:59

Word storage:

During this lecture we are going to take a look at different type of words which we need to write a powerful and good headline. Also a storage of words are provided to students to make their work easier.

Word Storage
04:46

6 Headline Formulas and Google Trends (part 1):

During this lecture we are going to learn important formulas to write a good headline that attracts people. We also will learn a useful tool named Google trend to find the best suitable keywords for our headline.

6 Headline Formulas and Google Trends (part 1)
14:18

6 Headline Formulas and Google Trends (part 2):

This lecture is the second part of the 6 headline formulas lecture. In this part we continue learning the rest of the formulas with a lot of practices for each formula.

6 Headline Formulas and Google Trends (part 2)
14:48

Your feedback is very important for us because we can improve the course the way you need it the most. So if you can go in dashboard of this course and leave a feedback for us and tell us how we can improve this course for you.

Improvement
00:17

Cognitive biases in headlines:

In this lecture we are going to learn a very unique and exclusive way to write powerful headlines. We are going to learn what cognitive biases we can use in headlines, how we should use it. We are going to have lot's of exercises and real life examples from successful people in copywriting.

Cognitive Biases in Headlines
18:54

AIDA and body structure:

In this lesson we are going to take a look at AIDA system again and learn how we should use it to write an effective body. We will practice over an example. So if you are ready let's get started.

AIDA and Body Structure
11:20
copywriting quiz
3 questions
+ Bonus - Cognitive biases of marketing
6 lectures 01:01:38

Introduction to cognitive biases:

Welcome to the introduction of cognitive biases which during this lecture we will learn more about what are these marketing principles, who made them and a general concept about them.

During this lecture we will answer some common questions about cognitive biases of marketing, so let's get started.

Social & Digital Marketing - Cognitive biases by Pouya Eti

Introduction to Cognitive Biases
10:27

The List & Lollapalooza Tendency:

In this lecture we will learn the list of 21 principles or cognitive biases. what they are and where they come from and then we will start talking about the most important one on the list.

The list of the cognitive biases are:

  1. Deprival Superreaction Tendency or Scarcity
  2. Reward & Punishment Superresponse Tendency
  3. Liking/Loving Tendency
  4. Disliking/Hating Tendency
  5. Contrast-Misreaction Tendency
  6. Reciprocation Tendency
  7. Kantian Fairness Tendency
  8. Inconsistency-Avoidance Tendency
  9. Doubt-Avoidance Tendency
  10. Influence-from-Mere Association Tendency
  11. Simple, Pain-Avoidance Psychological Denial
  12. Excessive Self-Regard Tendency
  13. Overoptimism Tendency
  14. Social-Proof Tendency
  15. Curiosity Tendency
  16. Stress-Influence Tendency
  17. Availability-Misweighing tendency
  18. Authority-Misinfluence Tendency
  19. Twaddle Tendency
  20. Reason-Respecting Tendency
  21. Lollapalooza Tendency

Each day we receive between 2000 - 7000 ads and if you want to become successful at what you are doing, you have to be able to compete. That's why we need to use the Lollapalooza effect in our marketing and sales which is the most powerful bias on the list.

Social & Digital Marketing - Cognitive biases by Pouya Eti

The List & Lollapalooza Tendency
11:30

Deprival super reaction tendency or Scarcity :

The way to love anything, is to realize it might be lost.

A very powerful cognitive bias which we are going to learn during this lecture. Scarcity is very common in marketing. There isn't any limit in this bias and you can go crazy on it. During this lecture and also on exercises at the end of this section we will take a look at many successful business that are using scarcity in their marketing, business, stores, websites and social media.

We will learn this bias in two parts:

  • Scarcity & how to use
  • Power up

Most of the people in marketing and sale have no idea how to improve the power of scarcity bias by at least 6 times. Let's start the first part.

Social & Digital Marketing - Cognitive biases by Pouya Eti

Scarcity - Part1
15:04

Deprival super reaction tendency or Scarcity (part 2):

Scarcity definition: We want those things more that we think we may not have access to them anymore.

What we learn in this lecture is very exclusive and unique. Most of the professional and experts in marketing don't know how to improve the power and effect of scarcity bias on people and customers.

We also will take a look at some experiments done by scientist and marketing experts to understand this topic a lot better.

Social & Digital Marketing - Cognitive biases by Pouya Eti

Scarcity - Part2
06:28

Liking and loving tendency & Disliking/Hating Tendency:

Definition: We prefer to say YES to people we like.

Here we will talk about the meaning of this principle and the benefits of fallowing this in your business and life . we will work on many different examples here to make it more clear . 

Liking / loving tendency and the next bias on the list which is dislike and hate tendency are exactly opposite of each other and we will talk about both in this lesson .

Liking/Loving Tendency & Disliking/Hating Tendency
17:30
Complete version of cognitive biases
00:39
+ Bonus
1 lecture 00:25
Bonus lecture: Other cool stuff!
00:25