Is Copywriting more beginner friendly when compared to dropshipping

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Hi there everyone, I'm a 19 year old guy looking for guidance on where to start my journey, there are so many youtube videos which makes it overwhelming cause I don't know who to trust,Can you suggest me a way in which I could start my journey
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  • Profile picture of the author Monetize
    Originally Posted by Hamy007 View Post

    Hi there everyone, I'm a 19 year old guy looking for guidance on where to start my journey, there are so many youtube videos which makes it overwhelming cause I don't know who to trust,Can you suggest me a way in which I could start my journey

    You should start your journey by assessing your skills
    that can be applied to making money online.

    Then devise a plan to make it happen.

    Somewhere along your continuing journey, you should
    educate yourself on the fundamentals, those are things
    you need to know in order to be successful.

    It may take years to know all these things, but maybe
    you are really clever and can learn them faster.

    Copywriting and dropshipping are just a couple of ways
    to earn money, but there are hundreds of other ways,
    so don't limit yourself to just those.
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  • Profile picture of the author Aiisha
    Hi- You can start by focusing on one area at a time. Choose a reliable mentor or course to guide you in either copywriting or dropshipping. Consistency is key, and don't hesitate to join online communities for support. Good luck on your journey.
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  • Profile picture of the author drmani
    Copywriting is indeed beginner-friendly, but as others have pointed out, requires certain skills and interests if you're to scale it up.

    The nice part is there are so many guides and resources to learn the basics of writing good copy - and one of the best testing grounds out there in the form of social media.

    You can learn and practice things like writing headlines or ads, and get quick feedback simply by watching how people react to what you write.

    In the pre-Internet world, this required publishing classified ads in a newspaper and waiting for results. Now you could test and iterate really rapidly.

    With that said, copywriting as a way to set out your shingle as a marketer can be quite competitive as well. Given how AI tools are mushrooming, you're almost directly in competition with ChatGPT generated content - which is pretty good, honestly.

    The differentiator can be your knowledge of human psychology, buying behavior, and technical nuances of writing compelling copy that touches people and moves them to take action. (Unless you're in a non-direct response area, where other things matter).

    If I were setting out today to begin as a copywriter, I'd try promoting someone else's products or services with my own copy (as an affiliate), see how good I am at generating an income from it, and then offer my skills to others - for payment - to do the same for them.

    Hope this is of some help.
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  • Profile picture of the author James Liberty
    I would honestly say: Which one do you love more? Copywriting and drop-shipping are two very different things.

    It's hard to be successful at something if you find it to be a grind.
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