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Writer to Writer -

September 2011 - Issue One


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This must be a first for a very long time - yes, this issue of the newsletter is actually on time. (Okay, almost.  Only a day or so late!)

I held the newsletter up because I wanted to complete my review of Kindle Kash before it went out. 

Several people emailed to ask specific questions about the contents of the book, so I figured this was the best way to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak.

My review can be found here.  Don't forget, if you go ahead and bu.y Kindle Kash, make sure you utilize your discount.

I was pleasantly surprised about some of the information included in the book, because I've read others on the same subject, and they've been very light on in the area of in-depth information.  I believe anyone who reads this book will have a full understanding of how to publish on Kindle, and how to make decent money from the resulting sales.

Last issue I let you know I am looking for a regular columnist. I won't go into all the details again, but just wanted to let you know applications are closing soon. I will accept applications until midnight on September 12.  Full information is available here

Today I came across a product that I feel will be of benefit to many people. It's about product creation on steroids.  This one is really geared to internet marketers, but the principals are the same. 

It's been written by a very good friend of mine, Justin Popovic.  I've known Justin for a very long time, and all his products are top quality.  This particular product is about producing products regularly. 

Take a look, if it's not for you, the worst you've done is wasted a few minutes of your time.  It's on a dimesale, so the price goes up every few sales.  Despite that, the price is still VERY low for what Justin is offering.  Check it out here.

Okay, onto this issue.

We all know about blogging.  But as a copywriter, should you blog? This informative article comes from Dawn Carrington.  You'll see more from Dawn, as she will be writing regular articles for Writer2Writer.

That's it from me, time to sit back and enjoy this issue.

Til next time…





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Blogging for Copywriters


 Dawn Carrington - All Rights Reserved



You’re probably not the first person to hear that everyone needs a blog, but it’s a sentiment that is only true for those who want others to hear what they have to say. For copywriters trying to build a clientele, it can be a great way to show customers your voice and introduce them to your way with words.


Now that you’ve taken a nosedive into the popular blogging arena and established your pulpit, so to speak, what on earth do you blog about? You’re trying to gain the attention of prospective clients, and the more followers you attract, the better your chances of obtaining more work. So always keep that in the back of your mind while blogging.


First, think about the type of copywriting you want to focus on. Are you looking to be an internet marketer? Website copywriter? E-mail marketer? Whatever your chosen specialty, if you do have one, that’s your starting point.


You want to show the world that you know your stuff, you are an expert wordsmith, and will be an asset to any company or individual requiring a copywriter. This is where your personality needs to come through.


When writing copy for a business, you maintain professionalism, focus on the product or service, leaving little room for personal humor or anecdotes. Things can be much different with a blog. You can showcase yourself and your skills, making both irresistible.


Read the entire article here


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