Im looking for a site... a copywriting one

by szaby
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Hello,

Im looking for a site that is similar to the warrior forum copywriting section.But in wich i can add my copy and have it critiqued. Do you know any such site that is not over 30$ a month and that dosen`t have a waiting list, where i can submit my add`s and have them critiqued and more experienced copywriters would tell me what is good and whats not.
Thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Cohen
    Originally Posted by szaby View Post

    Hello,

    Im looking for a site that is similar to the warrior forum copywriting section.But in wich i can add my copy and have it critiqued. Do you know any such site that is not over 30$ a month and that dosen`t have a waiting list, where i can submit my add`s and have them critiqued and more experienced copywriters would tell me what is good and whats not.
    Thank you
    There's one on Facebook. It's a group called "Cult of Copy Colosseum"...
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    This is where Cult of Copy members (and probably others) can ask for brutal, honest feedback on their copy.
    Alex
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    • Profile picture of the author GordonJ
      Originally Posted by Alex Cohen View Post

      There's one on Facebook. It's a group called "Cult of Copy Colosseum"...
      DESCRIPTION
      This is where Cult of Copy members (and probably others) can ask for brutal, honest feedback on their copy.
      Alex
      Very good Alex. And a word about BRUTAL.

      It is not being brutal when you submit copy with lower case i's instead of I, and get called on it.
      Also blatant spelling and grammar errors which distract attention from your copy, will not get you critiques from pros.

      Judging on the OP, before you subject yourself to honest feedback, make an effort and run your copy through a spell check and a grammar site.

      GordonJ
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      • Profile picture of the author Alex Cohen
        Originally Posted by GordonJ View Post

        Very good Alex. And a word about BRUTAL.

        It is not being brutal when you submit copy with lower case i's instead of I, and get called on it.
        Also blatant spelling and grammar errors which distract attention from your copy, will not get you critiques from pros.

        Judging on the OP, before you subject yourself to honest feedback, make an effort and run your copy through a spell check and a grammar site.

        GordonJ
        I counted nine (grammatical, spelling, punctuation) errors in the OP's post. If he's hoping to have a career writing copy for English speakers, he's got some serious work ahead of him.

        Alex
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  • Profile picture of the author szaby
    Ill be more carefull in that thread or facebook post then i am in forum posts.Here i write very rapidly
    But thanks for the advice any way and thank you Alex
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  • Profile picture of the author Yvon Boulianne
    i'm always amazed about peoples that point grammatical errors of other lol
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    • Profile picture of the author Alex Cohen
      Originally Posted by Yvon Boulianne View Post

      i'm always amazed about peoples that point grammatical errors of other lol
      We all make them at one point or another Yvon.

      The point was (and still is) that copywriters need to be more careful about grammatical, spelling, and punctuation errors when asking for copy critiques.

      Comprendre?

      Alex
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    • Profile picture of the author angiecolee
      Originally Posted by Yvon Boulianne View Post

      i'm always amazed about peoples that point grammatical errors of other lol
      Ugly fruit is still edible - likely just as tasty as less perfect-looking fruit.

      Yet somehow it still takes people an awful lot of convincing to eat it.

      It's called presentation. That's what you do when you're selling something.

      Our presentation is the written word.

      I can trace many thousands of dollars worth of business to posts I've made right here.

      And it all comes down to....you guessed it....presentation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Best Seller
    Originally Posted by szaby View Post

    Hello,

    Im looking for a site that is similar to the warrior forum copywriting section.But in wich i can add my copy and have it critiqued. Do you know any such site that is not over 30$ a month and that dosen`t have a waiting list, where i can submit my add`s and have them critiqued and more experienced copywriters would tell me what is good and whats not.
    Thank you
    Have you tried https://www.constant-content.com/forum/ or http://www.writersdigest.com/forum/?
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