Advice on best way to ask for feedback re copywriting

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Hi all,

I'm looking for advice regarding the sales copy of one of my landing pages. I'm new here, so not sure about the forum rules etc.
Can I link to my page in this post, so you can give feedback? Or is that against forum rules?

Thanks in advance.
#advice #copywriting #feedback
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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    At least you asked before doing it. No, you can't link to your page here. No, yu cna't link to your site/page/copy. You an ask specific questions about copywriting and but as a new member, asking for reviews isn't a good idea.


    You can, however, quote a short paragraph or few sentences of your copy as a new post - and ask for opinions. Try to pair that with a specific question about the copy.
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    • Profile picture of the author webinfinitynz
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      At least you asked before doing it. No, you can't link to your page here. No, yu cna't link to your site/page/copy. You an ask specific questions about copywriting and but as a new member, asking for reviews isn't a good idea.


      You can, however, quote a short paragraph or few sentences of your copy as a new post - and ask for opinions. Try to pair that with a specific question about the copy.

      Great, thanks for that. I'll try to find parts of my copy which I think needs the most help and post it here.
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    EDIT: Opps, I just realised Kay King said I should make a new post with my copy. I've deleted this and will make a new post. Thanks again!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris-
    By far the best way to get REAL feedback is to split-test. That way you get REAL results !

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  • Profile picture of the author ibramster
    Chris, well said. The only real way to see how good any copy is would be to go and test it. Makes no odds if the writer thinks it is rubbish. If the readers love it then use it. Shiny buttons don't always work as good as solid value.
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  • Profile picture of the author samsabir
    You can ask some fellow copywriters here for advice, and if you plan on creating blogs or such content, you can use blog commenting sites and guest posting sites to build credibility and collect feedback simultaneously.
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