Anyone use Glyphius Copy Software?

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I'm currently considering buying Glyphius to improve my copy.

Does anyone have experience with it and can you reccomend it?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Kevin Koop
    I'm with Paul...

    I would save your money and put it toward getting a better copy education.

    I have run stellar copy (that I knew to convert) through Glyphius only to find it says the copy is weak. The truth is, there's a lot more going on that just the copy anyway... the design, copy and offer all have to work together in unison.
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  • Profile picture of the author Do-My-Research
    Well with a fairly restricted budget, do you figure it would be worth giving it a try?

    I know the basics of Copy writing and will have somebody that knows what he's doing look over it afterwards so I won't only be relying on it, but I was hoping it would be a good support tool.

    I will also use it for some PPC ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author Do-My-Research
    Well here's the situation:

    I can't afford a copywriter and I need a copy by the end of the weekend so I'll have to do it by myself and without going through extensive training first.

    Will Glyphius help me in this situation? I'm not really concerned about the long term outcome, but that I get a decent copy done (I'm aware it won't be a million dollar copy)

    Thanks!
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    • Profile picture of the author Paul Hancox
      Originally Posted by Do-My-Research View Post

      I can't afford a copywriter and I need a copy by the end of the weekend so I'll have to do it by myself and without going through extensive training first.

      Will Glyphius help me in this situation? I'm not really concerned about the long term outcome, but that I get a decent copy done (I'm aware it won't be a million dollar copy)

      Thanks!
      I don't quite understand. Glyphius costs $97 a month, or $997 a year. (At least, it did when I looked at it 2 minutes ago.)

      Glyphius isn't going to *write* the copy for you... it just gives you an indication of whether your copy is likely to sell.

      But I bet you'll be willing to find copywriters on this forum who will actually write your sales letter for you, for the cost of 2 or 3 months of Glyphius payments.

      Maybe you could even make an arrangement with them, so that you can pay in, say 2 or 3 monthly installments of $97!

      I know some would argue that's "cheap" (and I agree), but I'm comparing it to your consideration of a $97 a month Glyphius package, which isn't going to write the copy for you.

      What you're looking for, then, is a copywriter who will write your sales letter for you, for 2 or 3 monthly payments of $97... instead of paying that to a software package that won't write it for you.

      In short, you can afford a copywriter, if the right one makes you an offer which matches the monthly payments on Glyphius...
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  • Profile picture of the author Hesster
    Forget the software. Try this instead:

    Copywriting Success Shortcut System
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  • Profile picture of the author Do-My-Research
    Well after the comments on here weren't too positive I kept reading around and it seems like there are tons of glyphius supporters, but also plenty of people who dislike it.

    Is there anyone here that uses it and can give an authentic review?

    Copyblogger.com reviews it very positively and his stuff is usually great but there are also a bunch of negative comments.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bill Jeffels
    Originally Posted by Do-My-Research View Post

    I'm currently considering buying Glyphius to improve my copy.

    Does anyone have experience with it and can you reccomend it?

    Thanks!
    DO-MY-Research,

    Copywriting software does not work. Don't waste your time. If it did then copywriters wouldn't put in the proverbial "10,000 hours" that it takes to become a world class copywriter.

    You say that you need to write good copy by the weekend.

    This may sound harsh...but, It's not going to happen. You can not afford a copywriter, that's O.K. I can respect that. You say you know the "basics" of copywriting, I'm not sure what your definition of that is, but it doesn't sound to promising.

    I don't know what topic your trying to write for, but since you know the "basics", go to the site below, use it as a template for your copywriting.

    HardToFindAds.com

    There will never be a short cut to learning the craft of copywriting.

    Regards,

    Bill Jeffels

    P.S. Just thought of something, go to TheGaryHalbertLetter.com and spend the next 7 hours reading what Gary has to say about copywriting... this will help you Immensely.
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  • Profile picture of the author Do-My-Research
    Well I ditched the idea of getting Glyphius after e-mailing copyblogger. He's not endorsing it anymore.

    Thanks for all the advice!
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