The Call to Action Copywriting Challenge
Want to spend 30 minutes on the phone talking about sales copy?
To celebrate the launch of my brand new copywriting course, Call to Action, I’ve decided to do something special. I’m giving away my 3 favorite copywriting books, plus a 30-minute copywriting call. You can ask me questions, get my advice — I’ll even write copy for you right there on the spot.
Strong copy has been the engine of IWT for years. It’s how we’ve grown a list of over 500,000 subscribers, 30,000+ paying customers, and millions in sales every year.
Here’s how to win:
If you want to win a free, 30-minute copy call with me, follow these three steps:
Step 1: Write something — even a half page — using compelling copy on why you joined the free Call to Action Copywriting Bootcamp. You’re coming, so you’re doing others a service by letting them know about it, too.
Step 2: Post your copy on the internet with a link to the bootcamp registration page (Link). This could be published on your blog, your forum, your Facebook page, YouTube…wherever. Someplace people can see it that allows them to join. Tag it #thecalltoaction (I’ll be posting my favorite ones on Twitter throughout the week).
Step 3: In the comments below, add the link to where your copy is. (Don’t forget this part! If I can’t see your copy, it can’t be in the running.)
I’ll select the winner with the best copy. I’ll analyze why I loved your copy, and I’ll FedEx you my 3 favorite copywriting books — plus I’ll call you to talk about copywriting for 30 minutes
Download Call to Action Copywriting Challengeright here!
Hints for winning:
- People are not persuaded by dates, facts, and figures. Tell them about personal meaning (why you believe in my copywriting material), results (what results you’ve gotten following IWT), use comparisons of good vs. bad copy. Study other people’s copy on the link below.
- Do not get hamstrung by technology — use Tumblr or Facebook if needed.
- The best copywriters also know how to spread the word. They know that “write it and they will come” is a myth, so they also use their copywriting skills to drive traffic to it. Think about people who need to learn more about copywriting — you’re doing them a service.