I've enjoyed your posts and many of them have made me laugh out loud.
Especially when you went off topic to critique another person's WF post and remind everyone not to use unoriginal cliches like he had. That was funny!
So welcome. That said I'm not going to mention your name here, because you do need to be put on blast.
You're trying to pass off unfounded, untested, inexperienced opinions as good advice and fact.
That's not helpful to anyone!
Opinions are great when you're talking about art, music, movies.
They're not so great when you're talking about a science.
When it comes to copywriting, opinions and fact are effectively divorced.
Copywriters often create tests involving thousands of test subjects and hence thousands of opinions.
So how arrogant would it be to think one person's opinion is more valuable than the opinion of thousands?
(You've got to ask a politician for an answer on that one.)
And great damage can be done by giving false information in the form of an opinion.
If I told a client their conversions would double by doing this and that... then they spent good money and hours of time making the changes only to find out my advice was complete bunk... I would have just robbed them of their money and time.
They can't get that back!
That's why my work comes from years of experience and testing to find out what works.
If I'm sharing test results secondhand, I cite a source. (You keep citing copywriting courses that you've read but haven't named them.)
I try to give opinions rarely, because they're rarely helpful. And when I do, it's clearly set up as only an opinion and will need to be subject to a test.
You've admitted that you haven't written copy yet.
My opinion (from experience) is to start writing copy and put it to the test.
There's no better way to find humility, which is very valuable in copywriting.
So, to our most enthusiastic member, I'd reconsider your approach. You seem like you want to help here and to build community. This would be a great way to do it.