Learn to write great marketing copy, quickly and easily
These days, your marketing message is too important to leave to guesswork. To build sales in a competitive market, you (or your team) need to master the latest skills and techniques in writing emails, ads, websites, sales pages, white papers and other key communications.
I can help.
Hi. I’m Steve Slaunwhite. For the past 14 years, I’ve been the go-to copywriting trainer for hundreds of marketers, entrepreneurs, designers, writers and other professionals.
Learn my simple techniques and you’ll be able to:
- Write copy and content that builds sales.
- Do so faster and more easily.
- Get better results.
To see how my copywriting training can help you, view my Copywriting Training Programs.
Award-winning Copywriting Trainer,
Author & Coach
Recent Articles and Training Videos by Steve
1. Five Keys to Painless Prospecting
Let’s face it. No one likes to cold call, warm call, or do any type of prospecting. Even if you don’t use the phone and, instead, reach out to new potential clients via email, the process can be intimidating.
But sometimes you just have to do it. Especially when you need to land some new clients fairly quickly.
The good news is, there are ways to make prospecting calls – or send prospecting emails – that are easy-to-do and get very good results. READ MORE →
2. How to Write a Better Headline
As you’re probably aware, headlines are really, really important.
Using good headlines in your emails, web pages and other marketing materials can help boost your marketing results – while using poor headlines can have the opposite effect.
So how do you write a good headline? Well, there are lots of techniques. But the best technique also happens to be the simplest – and in this three-minute video, I’ll show you exactly how to do it.
3. How to Raise Your Prices (Without Losing the Client.)
A coaching client recently asked me to help him increase his prices – ideally, without losing any of his current clients. During the past couple of weeks, I received about half a dozen requests from readers seeking similar advice. Obviously, this is a high-interest topic. Must be that time of year!
Raising your prices with prospective new clients is fairly easy. You just do it. In most cases, they won’t be aware that you used to charge less.
But increasing your prices with a current client is a bit more tricky. You want – and probably deserve – to earn more for your services. Yet, you don’t want the client to balk and start looking somewhere else. READ MORE →