Why you should hire a good Copy Writer (and why it shouldn’t be me)
Copy sells. Everyone who has spent even a day trying to sell something knows this. It is the keystone of good marketing. You say the magic words, the doors to the kingdom open. Voila!
So how do you write good copy? Even authors who can write the most beautiful, moving, challenging, exhilarating books can still have trouble selling those books if their ads aren’t spot on. There are plenty of books on how to write good copy. And there are plenty of people who do nothing but write ad copy for a living. I have my preferred copy writers that I love working with, and whose work sells well. You can see them, and all the other author-vendors I love working with here.
Why do I love working most especially with Greg and Jon? Because I know that they do excellent work. After all, when I went to Jon and said, “Hey, I’m setting up shop, I want you to help me with the website redesign and transfer. Oh, and I hate writing copy, will you help me with that” he totally came through. He is a key member of MY team of awesome. And here is just one tiny reason why:
Because THAT is what a good copy writer does. They take the grand vision inside your head and make it visible to any joe-blow wandering by. They sell your idea so that everyone else can see its reality. They make it possible for everyone else to see the lion trapped inside. And then they make everyone want to take that lion home and cuddle with it.
So, do your business a favor and get a stupendous copy writer to write your ads and blurbs. But make it someone better than me, because Adriel isn’t the copy editor you’re looking for.
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Continuity Editor & Virtual Assistant
Hello! I’m Adriel Wiggins, wife, mother of three, fur mom, bibliophile, art geek, and all around student. I’ve been on a quest all of my life to learn as much as I possibly can about everything I possibly can. This has helped me tremendously in what eventually became my life’s purpose: to help other people become the best version of themselves. It is in that line that I became an assistant.