5 Subtle Yet Super Powerful Copywriting Tips

mr-miyagi-copywriting-advice-650
Copywriting is a bit like martial arts; you don’t need to take aggressive action to see results. Image source.

Marketing can be like martial arts.

In a fight, you can floor your opponent with brute force.

You can throw a burst of punches and strikes, or grapple until you’re blue in the face. Or you can calmly step back, target one of your opponent’s pressure points, and quickly end the fight with one swift strike.

Marketing your business is the same.

You can grow by taking aggressive action. You can crank out more content, or pay for ads and leads to increase traffic. Or… simply step back and target the “pressure points” in your marketing by finding small tweaks that create big wins.

One of the best ways to get big wins from small tweaks is to focus on converting more prospects into customers by strengthening your copy.

But not all copywriting tweaks are created equal.

You can spend hours tweaking the wrong things and get weak results, so here are five simple but effective ways to ramp up your conversions by cranking up the power of your copy… Mr. Miyagi style.

1. Use open loops to seduce your prospect

Ever had an awesome TV show that you couldn’t stop watching? A series of books that you couldn’t put down?

You have? Congratulations, you’ve experienced the power of open loops (also called the Zeigarnik effect).

Open loops prey on our brain’s natural desire for completion.

You see, the brain enters a state of confusion or tension when it views something as incomplete. The cause could be a story, a question, even a household chore that you forgot to complete — and the only way to overcome that confusion and tension is for your brain to close the open loop.

When it comes to writing copy, an open loop is a part of your sales message that doesn’t tie up immediately.

You can apply open loops to any copy and instantly make it more magnetic.

Here’s an open loop example from the CopyHour landing page.

copywriting-copyhour-landing-page

The writer starts the sales letter with talk of a mysterious little secret that top copywriters used to sharpen their chops, and as a result make bucket loads of cash – instantly making you wonder what this secret is.

But it doesn’t stop there. The sales page goes on to constantly dangle this secret right in front of your face. This strengthens your curiosity and makes you more invested in finding out what the mysterious secret is – increasing the chance of a conversion.

Open loops aren’t hard to implement.

The easiest way to get started is to ask more questions in your copy and vaguely expand on the question, just like the example above. This lack of completion makes your reader feel curious and more invested in your copy.

2. Make your first sentence hypnotic

Your first sentence has to open with a bang.

It has to immediately snag your audience’s attention and drag them into your copy. If your readers don’t make it past the first few sentences, they sure as hell ain’t making it to your call to action.

Shortening your sentences (and your first sentence in particular) is an excellent way to make your copy a little bit more engaging.

The trick is to make sentences so short and easy to read that they instantly suck your reader into your copy. In his book Advertising Secrets Of The Written Word, legendary copywriter Joseph Sugarman even said:

My first sentences are so short, they almost aren’t sentences.

Take for example the opening sentence on Chartbeat’s landing page for their study on audience development.

copywriting-chartbeat-audience-development

Have a look at how short and simple the opening is:

It’s not enough to just count clicks and page views anymore.

When someone begins by reading that, they’re naturally inclined to wonder, “What is enough then? What’s wrong with counting clicks and page views? What should I measure?” 

These questions then fuel the reader with enough coals of curiosity to make him want to read on.

Also, shorter sentences look like a piece of cake to read, which increases the chances of someone actually getting through your copy. This is a huge benefit because it’s harder to stop reading copy once you’re already interested and curious.

3. Deploy power verbs for maximum impact

Good copy paints pleasing pictures in the minds of your prospects. It dives into their brains and engages their senses and emotions.

This is where most writers make a fatal mistake. They rely on adjectives and limp words to add flavor to their copy, but as killer copywriter John Carlton said in his book Kick Ass Copywriting Secrets:

Good copy goes light on adjectives. And heavy on action verbs.

The right action verbs give your copy a muscular, grab-you-by-the-throat effect that keeps your reader glued to the screen.

The example below shows the difference between fluffy adjectives and power verbs in creating vivid mental images:

The stomach-turning news was extremely shocking. All of a sudden, he didn’t feel very good. He quickly sat down on the large black sofa and passed out.

After powering up with verbs:

The news hit him like a sharp hook to the stomach. He felt his heart rip, and an ocean of darkness washed through him as he collapsed into the sofa.

Big difference, right?

When it comes to descriptive power and sharp imagery, the second paragraph leaves the first, adjective-infested one coughing in the dust.

Here are some examples of powerfully “verbed-up” sentences from Jon Morrow’s Serious Bloggers Only landing page:

copywriting-jon-morrow-serious-bloggers

Pay attention to some of the verbs he uses:

  • Because they stumbled into popularity
  • They are desperate to seize the opportunity before it slips away from them.
  • If you’re a serious blogger, you’re tired of wading through thousands of articles, reading contradictory advice, and trying to figure out how to piece it all together.

See how alive and vivid the writing becomes with just a few well-placed sharp, powerful verbs?

Keep a thesaurus handy at all times, and be sure to have a swipe file on standby. This will help you inject strong verbs and words into your copy without ripping your hair out in frustration.

4. Adhere to the AIDA formula

When writing copy, it’s easy to find yourself staring at a blank page wondering, “What’s next?”

That’s where the AIDA formula (by copywriter Gary Halbert) comes in handy.

It’s a formula that allows you to consistently create a smooth, strong sales message that latches onto your reader’s attention and keeps them interested.

So what does AIDA stand for?

  • Attention. This is where you snag your prospect’s attention with a benefit-driven headline and introduction to make him want to read on.
  • Interest. This is where you’ll pique the interest of your prospects and nudge them deeper into your copy by describing how your pain solving product/service benefits their lives.
  • Desire. After arousing your prospects interest, here’s where you pump up his desire for what you’re selling. Usually with a bullet point list that describes all the juicy benefits of your product/service.
  • Action. After your reader is blown away with the amazing benefits your product, you then invite him/her to take action. Usually to make an order or fill in a form.

Here’s an example of the AIDA formula in action from the webprofits.com landing page.

Attention

copywriting-webprofits

The headline is curious and grabs the reader’s attention by suggesting that the SEO game has changed.

Interest

Once the page catches the reader’s attention, it cultivates interest with paragraphs which explain how SEO has changed (next to the laptop).

Desire

After that, it arouses the prospect’s desire by describing the benefits of the product.

copywriting-webprofits-benefits

Action

It finally closes with the “Get Free Analysis Now” call to action.

copywriting-webprofits-free-analysis

Following the AIDA formula inserts a smooth compelling flow into your copy and keeps readers glued to your sales message.

5. Harness the power of reframing to shoot up perceived value

A 1999 study by psychologists Davis and Knowles showed the shocking persuasive power of a technique called reframing. In the study, they went door to door and sold note cards for charity.

  • In the first pitch, they said that it was $3 for 8 cards. They made sales at 40% of households.
  • In their second pitch, they told people that it was 300 pennies for 8 cards, which was followed up by, “which is a bargain,” resulting in 80% of the households buying cards.

This tiny change in the pitch had a huge effect on results, but how and why was it so influential?

Here’s what happens:

When people are told the cost of the cards is 300 pennies instead of 3 dollars, their routine thought process is disrupted. Now, while they’re distracted trying to process the odd sounding “300 pennies” and why anyone would use pennies instead of dollars…

They’re immediately told that it’s a “bargain.” And because pennies sound so easy to spend in comparison to hard-earned dollars, they are more likely to accept the suggestion that the cards are a bargain.

This is known as reframing.

Reframing is a wickedly effective technique. It allows you to manipulate the perceived value of a product by making comparisons and shifting the focus of your reader.

Here’s an example of what reframing looks like:

copywriting-reframing-example

You wouldn’t rush to buy something that’s $500 a year right? I mean for most people, it’s a decent amount of change.

How about for $42 a month?

Or $8 (the price two lattes) a day?

Sounds much more appealing doesn’t it?

This landing page reframes the price of a brand new car in terms of two lattes per day ($8), which serves to soften the blow of the price and make the offer more appealing.

Here’s another example from the CopyHour landing page:

copywriting-copyhour-reframing

The landing page reframes the price by comparing the total price of the course to how much it costs per day, instantly reducing the weight of the price in the prospect’s mind.

Crafting seductive landing page copy doesn’t have to be painful

Powerful landing page copy doesn’t have to be painful to create. Pick a couple of strong techniques and tips, focus on the needs of your prospects, and you’ll be fine.

Now it’s your turn. How do you go about cranking up your copy power to increase conversions? What’s the weirdest conversion boost/decline you’ve had with regards to copywriting? I’d love to know!


anigif_enhanced-buzz-32309-1353011666-19

About Hassan Ud-deen
Hassan Ud-deen is a freelance blogger and sales page copywriter (who likes to be called “The Wordslinger”). He helps online businesses use content to increase growth and revenue. You can find out more about him on his blog www.f-bombmarketing.com. Shoot him an email if you need help with copywriting, and find him on Twitter here.

Comments:

  1. Fabio Virgi

    A really helpful post – thank you Hassan! I’ve had a skim and already have a lot to take away for our copy over at Paddle.com.

    Reply
  2. Kevin Jaquith

    Excellent post! There are so many juicy nuggets buried throughout this post. I find the open loops ( The Zeigarnik Effect) fascinating and can’t wait to start experimenting. Great stuff Hassan!

    Reply
  3. Chad Brocato

    Awesome article, loved it. The adjective versus verb technique alone is huge. Looking forward to using this advice, great job Hassan!

    Reply
    • Hassan Ud-deen

      Cheers Chad,

      I saw a huge improvement in my writing when using more verbs. However adjective can be useful when used correctly. Let me know how it goes :)

      Reply
  4. Michael Karp

    Hey Hassan,

    Nice work on the article. Those examples made each point hit home for me.

    I’m definitely going to try out open loops in my copy.

    Reply
  5. Luke O'Kelley

    I agree with Kevin, the The Zeigarnik Effect sounds like a killer tactic. I’ll have to try that one out for size. Way to go Hassan!

    Reply
  6. Steveharry

    Great insights Hassan! Your perspective about copywriting is really different. Here 15 more copywriting hacks published by friend Josue Valles, Content marketing expert http://www.simplilearn.com/copywriting-tips-for-landing-page-conversion-article . Pls share me your review

    Reply
  7. Rich

    Thanks for this. Great stuff. Reading those Gary Halbert newsletters help a lot.

    Reply
  8. Hassan

    Thanks Rich,

    Yeah Gary Halberts newsletters are the ABC’s for any marketer. They’re a must read.

    Reply
  9. Sneha

    Your Point of view about copy writing is truly distinctive. The descriptive word versus verb procedure alone is immense. Anticipating utilizing this exhortation ..!

    Reply
  10. Mariel Jolloso

    A really interesting and informative post, Hassan! Thank you. This will help me a lot in copywriting for our daily social postings. I’ve read about open loops before… just didn’t know it has a name: Zeigarnik effect. Will definitely keep that in mind. :)

    Tip: Open loops are especially useful in Google+ since you can post long copies but only the first 3 lines can be immediately seen. Pretty neat way to hook the audience, huh?

    Reply
    • chanchal Rana

      Great information, totaly agree with you Mariel. Since i am new in blog writing business, therefore this article is like a gift for me. A big thanks to the writer.

      Reply
  11. siddharth

    Great Article, Really useful for Newcomers in SEO Field, I am using all of these tips for my website that will defiantly give me good traffic. Thanks a lot.

    Reply
  12. lowest auto loan rates

    I am regular visitor, how are you everybody? This article posted
    at this web page is really good.

    Reply
  13. Matt Lord

    Awesome post Hassan. Probably my favorite part was the 300 pennies vs $3 story, which illustrates perfectly the concept of reframing.

    Really nice post. Great work.

    Reply
  14. Lynn Reynolds

    You know, I really hate open loops. I instinctively associate them with low-grade snake-oil type sales pitches, and immediately click away whenever I encounter them.

    Do you think it’s cultural?

    Reply
  15. evahammer

    If your readers don’t make it past the first few sentences, they sure as hell ain’t making it to your call to action.The trick is to make sentences so short and easy to read that they instantly suck your reader into your copy. In his book Advertising Secrets Of The Written Word, legendary copywriter Joseph Sugarman even said:

    Reply
  16. Netta

    Hassan – thanks for a great post. So many wonderful tips. I loved the strong example for the power of action words instead of adjectives. Will definitely be keeping that in mind while I write :)

    Reply
  17. svreddy

    Massive one Hassan….Really your 5 Copywriting Tips are excellent. I am very much like to the 2nd step of Copywriting tip.

    Reply
  18. Leena

    Great insights Hassan! Your perspective about copywriting is really different. Here 15 more copywriting hacks published by friend Josue Valles, Content marketing expert

    Reply
  19. Sudhakar

    Really Important points. Its very useful for beginners like me in Search engine optimization. That AIDA formula is awsome.I try in my blogs. Thank you for this info.

    Reply
  20. naveen

    Nice article Clever Tips

    Reply
  21. Swetha

    Woow…Hilarious copy writing tips. I would be like ask you to share more ever excellent tips of copy writing..

    Reply
  22. John Nats

    That was a hughly interesting article. I love the open loop idea. I something that i’ve been doing but not to the extent you just oulined.

    Reply
  23. Lee

    Nice tips for everyone who tries to build his career as a copywriter (such as freelancing copywriters on 2Polyglot or online free writers).

    Reply
  24. Nehasrii

    hey great stuff regarding copywrite

    Reply
  25. Sterling

    Yuck. I get the idea of reframing but like another poster mentioned about open loops, the reframing immediately strikes me as sleazy and I leave. Or I get irritated at the extra step of figuring out what $0.52/day adds up to for my monthly budget.

    These are probably like exit intent; they can be used well but in most places they aren’t.

    Reply
  26. ibpsexamguru

    Great One and Hilarious copy writing tips. I would be like ask you to share more ever excellent tips of copy writing tips,

    Reply
  27. Jobalert

    I am regular visitor really interesting and informative posts ! Thank you.

    Reply
  28. Rhonda Chapman

    Hey Hassan

    Great tips, I’ve been checking out various examples of the reframing technique and have noticed it mostly in service rather than product copy. With products, I saw that the brands actually offer the option to repay in installment, let’s say $8 per day/week. With services it’s usually simply reframing to make it appear cheaper at $8 day/week.

    Reply
  29. RuralExpouse

    Excellent blog. i really enjoy it while reading. your blog cover all the important aspects that we need to know now i have good amount of information.Thanks for sharing this amazing post.

    Reply
  30. Rittikia

    Nice Stuff and Article This is

    Reply
  31. Divyanshi

    This landing page reframes the price of a brand new car in terms of two lattes per day ($8), which serves to soften the blow of the price and make the offer more appealing.- THIS REALLY EXPLAINS A LOT.

    Reply
  32. Nehasrii

    wooooow………..super and nice tips

    Reply
  33. Deepa

    Nice information. Thanks for your great post

    Reply
  34. Jesmeet Kaur

    Suddenly I found information which I’m looking for. Thanks for great article. Not a regular visiter yet but seems will become soon.

    Reply
  35. Rajjo

    Very nice article i really loved it.

    Reply
  36. rohit

    Superb Tips provided. We are expecting more ever simply tips. Glad to see this tips…:))

    Reply
  37. Harneet Kaur

    I am a content writer and I know the value of right tips of content writing and copy-writing. Thanks man for sharing this awesome tips about writing. I have found this article source by one of my friend who suggested me to read this.

    Reply
  38. ms khan

    Wow, awesome tips on Copywriting. Excellent blog, I read this blog daily.

    Reply
  39. Feliz año Nuevo 2016

    useful information, thanks for sharing

    Reply
  40. way2goal

    That’s a nice post. Thank you for sharing.
    Answerkeys

    Reply
  41. Jill

    Hey Buddy :) These are really POWERFUL copywriting tips!

    Reply
  42. Justin

    There are tons of great tips in here. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply
  43. kpkpkiran

    Latest Update: This time lot of people copy content and submit duplicate content in own website or blog. this is not good for user and search engine.

    Reply
  44. cerelac

    many copy my content. now i know how to deal with them. Thanks for the post.

    Reply
  45. SSC Jobs 2016

    this is a way to inform to every one for latest jobs, answer key, recruitment, government jobs etc

    Reply
  46. SSC Jobs 2016

    Our Indian Government Recruitment Portal for all the Government Job Seekers in India. As we very well known that at Present the Competition Level is to much Tough. We Update Here about the Latest Govt

    Reply
  47. Riddhi

    Nice and informative post. thanks to share with us. Happy to Read.

    Reply
  48. Result 2016 Updates | govt jobs in india

    .The trick is to make sentences so short and easy to read that they instantly suck your reader into your Article head lines. Don’t Advertise on the Top of the Post. It irritates the readers.

    Reply
  49. exam results

    Good post artical
    please Don’t Advertise on the Top of the Post. It irritates the readers
    gs2
    Government Recruitment
    Jobs
    Exam Results

    Reply
  50. Samskriti

    Such a helpful post this is! Being a copywriter working for clients globally, I have had certain confusions regarding the writing style I should maintain. Because every new client who hires me demands various forms of writing. To some extent, I tried reducing this difference level. Still, my clients are always happy about the work I have been submitting. How do you promote yourself in the field of freelance arena? I would strongly appreciate it if you get back to me.

    Thanks for sharing such a precisely written post! *smiles*

    Have a good day!

    ~ Samskriti

    Reply
  51. Riddhi

    Nice tips on Copy writing. thanks to share with us. Happy to Read.

    Reply
  52. VIVO IPL 9 Live Score

    Upcoming 9th April Going to PPlay IPL

    Reply
  53. Today VIVO IPL Match prediction

    yes, From The Upcoming 9th April Indian Premier League is Going to Start

    Reply
  54. ritika

    Your Point of view about copy writing is truly distinctive. This is useful for Every One

    Reply
  55. Recruitment Jobs

    First of all thanks for your info.it’s really nice to read.

    Reply
  56. Govt Result

    I love this article.

    Reply
  57. Exam Job Alert

    Really awesome article.kepp it up.

    Reply
  58. Ritika

    Thank you. But i have to tell you, Your Point of view about copy writing is truly distinctive. The descriptive word versus verb procedure alone is immense. Anticipating utilizing this exhortation ..!

    Reply
  59. mortal kombat x

    I think you should write many more articles to the reader to understand. I would recommend it to everyone.

    Reply
  60. sonali

    Thank you for This Post. But if your readers don’t make it past the first few sentences, they sure as hell ain’t making it to your call to action.The trick is to make sentences so short and easy to read that they instantly suck your reader into your copy.

    Reply
  61. Arun Saini

    Great post with useful tips. Landing pages are always the best way to convert your visitors into subscribers with high conversion rate.
    Thanks for the post.

    Reply
  62. Divya jain

    Hello Hassan,
    I really like this article. I really enjoy it while reading this. you have told us very useful examples. https://www.eduncle.com I would recommend it to everyone.

    Reply
  63. rio olympic game 2016

    I like this website.. I visit this website daily to read new and awesome articles. Keep Going on dude…

    Reply
  64. Victor

    Really informative. Thanks for sharing.

    Reply
  65. shreya

    really very impressive post, thanks for sharing with us.

    Reply
  66. Mona

    Thanxs Hassan Ud-deen. Best Article about Copy writing, Its very useful to me..

    Reply
  67. Buy Freedom LED TV Online

    I am a content writer and I know the value of right tips of content writing and copy-writing. Thanks man for sharing this awesome tips about writing. I have found this article source by one of my friend who suggested me to read this.

    Reply
  68. Andrew

    Those are really powerful tips! Good thought on using powerful verbs. It really spices the copy up and makes it unique. It also makes it easier to engage with the readers.
    This post contains more copywriting tips you may find useful: http://writtent.com/blog/stuck-writing-35-sure-fire-copywriting-tips-tricks-pros/

    Reply
  69. Justyna

    Well done :) Thank you for sharing such vital tips ;)

    I will add one more- stay organized. Many people claim that work organization might kill their creativity. I don’t agree with them :)

    For my everyday copywriting scheduling I use my kanban board (www.kanbanery.com). It helps me to visualize my workflow and meet deadlines.

    Reply
  70. Sarkari Post

    Nice work on the article.

    Reply
  71. Sarkari Post

    Nice work on the article.thnk you

    Reply
  72. Mike

    It’s really a great article. I was searching about Copywriting and landed on this article. Just worth of my time. Thanks again.

    Reply
  73. kittu

    the methods resembled in your article have been followed by me in my day to day life, for every one this article seems to be important. Hope more articles from your site, keep doing.

    Reply
  74. Rahul

    This will increase the conversion as well

    Reply
  75. Priya

    I agree with u. Thank you for sharing such as useful tips.

    Reply
  76. Harpal Kamboj

    Awesome article, loved it. The adjective versus verb technique alone is huge. Looking forward to using this advice, great job Hassan! Answer Key 2016

    Reply
  77. Government Job

    Tremendous Information Dear This Gives Many More Productivity to any Of Person Who Want to Do In their Life.

    Reply
  78. Rhytha

    Such nice information

    Reply
  79. tv9live

    excited about the post to read, awesome information.

    Reply
  80. abnlive

    post is explained clearly so that we are able to understand it clearly.

    Reply
  81. Kirti Sinha

    Brilliant Article When I Read these Types of Articles Then I Feel So Comfortable.Nice Tips Dear Thanks to Share This

    Reply
  82. Rekha

    I like 4th tip and it is very Interested. Any way thanks for your great information. Looking for new content about this topic.

    Reply
  83. Gauri

    Thank You Very Much Dear For This Awesome Information Really This Gives So Many Attractive Tips About the Copy Writing .UIDAIGOVIN.IN

    Reply
  84. hire a hacker

    Thanks Rich,

    Yeah Gary Halberts newsletters are the ABC’s for any marketer.

    Reply
  85. Janatha Garage

    Excellent post! There are so many juicy nuggets buried throughout this post.

    Reply
  86. badoo login

    Thanks for sharing. I hope it will be helpful for too many people that are searching for this topic.

    Reply
  87. Payal

    THIS POST MAKES ME PROUD
    CHECK THIS ONE TOO Latest Jobs Notifications After 12th

    Reply
  88. onam wishes

    awesome information, i am very happy to see this marvellous details.

    Reply
  89. jobsinfo.in

    its a nice and precious stuff for all bloggers to make his revenue more.

    Reply
  90. AKTU

    Awesome article, loved it. The adjective versus verb technique alone is huge. Looking forward to using this advice, great job Hassan!

    Reply
  91. AKTU

    Well done :) Thank you for sharing such vital tips ;)
    I will add one more- stay organized. Many people claim that work organization might kill their creativity. I don’t agree with them :)

    Reply
  92. Rawat

    This is the post I was waiting for. Very useful for writing on my personal blog : http://jobsdna.in/

    Reply
  93. scholarship india

    great to come to your site as the information shared is good and is explained in simple words.

    Reply
  94. Lalita Sharma

    Ration Card is Mandatory Document For Our ID Proof That’s Why We Are Here With You Full Details of Ration Card
    RationCardInfo.in

    Reply
  95. Liya

    Hey Today’s Life Is Brilliant in Government Jobs this Think is our Youth

    Reply
  96. Rajat

    This is the amazing and helpful article. Nicely written

    Reply
  97. vivek rawat

    its a nice and good article so, please send me some more information about this

    Reply
  98. EPF Balance Status Online Check Here

    Now the Time is Come For You With EPF Balance Status Online

    Reply
  99. Lalita

    Here You Can Get all Information Regarding the Ration Card
    Ration Card Information

    Reply
  100. Champ1india

    I agree with Kevin, the The Zeigarnik Effect sounds like a killer tactic. I’ll have to try that one out for size. Way to go Hassan!

    Reply
  101. Exam results 2017

    Thank You this informative post . now i’m your regular reader

    Reply
  102. Exam results 2016-17

    get all upcoming result declaration

    Reply
  103. bollyhollynews

    good article. I like this type of artical.
    educational news

    government news

    Reply
  104. sanjay negi

    Thank You
    it is a Good Article & Nice informative post. thanks to share with us.
    Latest job
    Indian Army Syllabus

    Reply
  105. sanjay negi

    Thank You
    it is a Good Article & Nice informative post. thanks to share with us.
    Latest job
    Indian Army Syllabus

    Reply
  106. sanjay negi

    “ExamTayari, How to Crack IBPS, SSC, PCS, IPS, NDA, GROUP C, LIC, PO, Clerk, CGL, RRB NTPC, Other Exams, Latest Exam notification, Online Exam preparation for banking and Civil services exam, Best Books to prepare for competitive exams.”
    Today’s Current Affairs, Latest Exam notification, Online Exam preparation

    Reply
  107. manish

    i like this post.Thank you for giving this post
    Happy Birthday Advance Shayari

    Reply
  108. raj tadanto

    i have noticed that now a days Google gives lots of value to the page CTR in the search results. using catchy attention grabbing title can give you huge boost in ranking.
    http://sikhe.in/

    Reply
  109. sportwaale

    Thank You
    it is a Good Article & Nice informative post. thanks to share with us.
    IPL T20 2017 Match Prediction
    latest news in sports

    Reply
  110. Tapan Patel

    i like this post.Thank you for giving this post

    Recruitment, Exam, Results, Answer Key, Admit Card

    Reply
  111. sportwaale

    Very nice and useful information. thanks for sharing with us.
    Ind u19 vs sl u19 full Match Prediction

    Reply
  112. Gk

    its useful information for Internet users as well blogger. so taht they can get more visits. thanks for sharing.
    career test

    Reply
  113. Ellis Matthews

    I want to point out the irony that, when describing why not to use adjectives, you used “grab you by the throat” as an adjective rather than a verbal phrase. If you were following your own advice, you could have easily said

    “The right action words grab your readers by the throat…”

    … instead of …

    “…give your copy a muscular, grab-you-by-the-throat effect…”

    Come on, man. As a writer writing about writing, you should know better. Especially when talking about adjectives vs. verbs.

    Reply
  114. arha singh

    thanks for five best Copywriting Tips, it helps me a lot..

    Reply
  115. Srishty Malhotra

    such an amazing article

    Reply
Comments