When comes to copywriting, this is probably one of the most frequently asked questions – “How to improve my copywriting skills effectively?“
Sound familiar? Do you have the same question in mind?
Well, while we can learn copywriting in our daily life through the various types of copywrited content / headline that we’re exposed to, soon you’ll realize that it’s not enough, and not all of them are good copies. Agree?
Then, which is the more effective way to learn copywriting? Guess?
Yes, you’d have guessed it right from the title of this blog. That’s to learn from the experts!
Personally, I think it’s a great strategy to follow the experts to keep ourselves updated with the industry trends. Not only that, we can also pick up some good copy ideas from the experts every now and then.
So, why not following them?
Aha… I think i know why. Because there are just too many “experts” around nowadays. We’ll be overwhelmed by information if we follow all of them. Am i right?
No worries, I hear you and i feel the same too. What I’m going to share with you today is my personal list of top copywriting blogs that I feel worth following and learning from. Let’s see if you like the way they write. In no particular order…
Founded in 2006 as a one-man blog by Brian Clark, Copyblogger has grown to become an established company with more than 330k subscribers today. They publish free articles and audio content to teach you not only about copywriting, but content marketing as well.
They are one of my favourite copywriting blogs to read. Connect with them and start to receive valuable insights for free.
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2. Goins Writer
Jeff Goins is the guy behind the blog and he is the author of four books including the national best seller – The Art of Work. Jeff is passionate about creativity and he publishes relevant articles on his blog to help people to become a better writer.
Keep an eye on his posts and be part of his growing 78k twitter followers.
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3. Write to Done
Mary Jaksc is the Cheif Editor at Write to Done who can help you to write better. Whether you’re writing for non-fiction, novels, blog posts, or sales pages, you’ll find some inspiration and tips there.
It shouldn’t go wrong with over 100k Twitter followers base right?
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4. Copy Hackers
Copy Hackers advocate copywriting that brings conversion. Its free video training series of Conversion Copywriting 101 was awesome. They interview a bunch of copywriters and teach you the essentials of writing copy that works.
If you dig a little deeper, you’ll notice some of the well-known internet bloggers / marketers / websites like Darren Rowse, Brian Dean, Rand Fishkin, CrazyEgg, HubSpot, Kissmetrics etc are their Twitter followers too.
Hm…I think you got what i mean.
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5. Make a Living Writing
Make a Living Writing is a blog by Carol Tice who is also a freelance writer in Seattle. Her blog was recognized as one of the Top 10 Blogs for Writers in Write to Done’s annual contest from 2010-2013 consecutively. Subsequent to that, her blog was also named as one of the 101 Best Websites for Writers by Writer’s Digest in 2014 and 2015.
You can’t even make a penny if your writing is not convincing enough to drive action. This is what happened to most of the writers / bloggers. If you wish to make a living writing, do spend some time to learn how Carol did it.
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6. Violeta Nedkova
Violeta is the founder of the website who stresses on creativity and being different. She helps people to build unique and authentic business through her systematic way of coaching.
Are you tired of reading the monotonous copy? Follow Violeta’s blog to get some spice and inspiration to write better.
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7. Nick Usborne
Nick Usborne is a passionate copywriter, author, instructor and speaker. He helps freelance content writers, copywriters and growth hackers to grow their websites.
His dedicated blog posts, newsletters, eBooks and courses that focus on writing for the web are how he differentiates his site from the rest. Do grab some great copywriting tips from his brain.
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8. HarrisonAmy Copywriting
Amy Harrison is a UK-based copywriter who has been offering copywriting, consultancy and training since 2008.
Whether you’re a professional copywriter or not, the resources at her website would definitely be helpful to improve your copywriting skills. Join her on Twitter for more up-to-date tweets.
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9. ABC Copywriting
ABC Copywriting offers copywriting service to help you to find the right words and make your storytelling more compelling.
As you can see from the screenshot above, at the point of writing, their service is ranked first among the 1,087 copywriters in the UK according to FreeIndex’s review statistics.
See if their blog posts suit your taste.
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10. Grammar Girl
This site is not so much on copywriting. But a copy would not be great if it’s full of grammar mistakes. With more than 620k Facebook fans and 270k Twitter followers, Grammar Girl is proven to be one of the popular sources to learn about grammar.
Don’t you want to write with correct grammar? Connect with them and start learning.
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Don’t underestimate the power of copywriting. The same story with different wordings can make a big difference in the final outcome.
I hope my personal top copywriting blogs listed above could give your some inspiration in your upcoming copy. Cheers! 🙂