I'm new to online marketing, but I've come a long way with copy-writing.
The two go hand in hand.
They are however separate categories.
Can one learn to write great copy and never mess with the internet?
To a well versed copywriter the answer is pretty much common sense? If you started copy-writing 2 weeks ago it could just sound like a trivial question? Maybe you're curious.
OK here. There were amazing copywriters before the internet.
So yes that's real simple. If you didn't know that, then....well....you do now. I don't mind being as down to earth as this if it does the question it's simple justice.
If that made you feel kinda dumb, I understand, feeling dumb quiet often makes itself a step set into the learning curve. And I hope no one completely misses out always
But anyway If you felt a little dumb....I'm suggesting you think twice. Maybe you knew right from the start...and thought I sounded offensive(and I'm not trying to look like a fool, it sounded offensive).
It really shouldn't make you feel dumb to learn something whether it's the newest update, what was common knowledge 50 years ago, something way too scholarly, or a really cool geek secret slash life hack.
Although depending on who you are learning certain things might make you feel dumb just because we all have our weak points, and our quirks.
When you start learning anything a lot of what comes first tends to be real simple.
And when giving tips on copy-wring it's important to know whether you're targeting beginners, experienced writers or someone who learned about copy-writing literally yesterday.
And I would ABSOLUTELY hate for any of these categories to think good solid common sense tips are irrelevant to them, or just too out of the way,
What I want to do is provide tips and ideas that really promote learning and advancement. For example if you're a complete beginner and doubtful of whether you can profit at all with copy-writing without months and months or years of beginning experience, and trial and error....suffering. I would want to draw your attention to what you have to offer that's valuable.
Because that's what you can use to start exchanging for profit almost immediately. So it's not all "just" training. It is training but there's reward build in. And if you really push yourself to deliver value, and make good common sense offers, you'll start getting results way sooner than the guy who wants to get it all straight in his head before he pitches his gig. Now if you're a really bad writer, don't pitch yourself right away. Be confident that you can learn the next steps and "get there" without unreasonable delay.