How To Copywrite Like a Pro with Kameron SnowMay 12, 2020
May 12, 2020 by Kelly
Are you trying to figure out to write your content so that it attracts your niche?
It can be frustrating at first, with all of the trial and error that can go into figuring out what works best for you. However, what if I told you that I could speed up that process?
Listen to today's guest speaker - Kameron Snow! Kameron, aka Kam, has spent 6 years as a political operative in California...until he discovered that he had an unusual talent for being able to sound like anyone he wanted to in his writing.
He then fell into Internet marketing as the copywriter for Scott Oldford, and over 3 years, helped Scott drive nearly $10 million in revenue (while writing for other top digital influencers such as Sunny Lenarduzzi, BossBabe and ClickFunnels).
Now, Kam helps copywriters and 6-figure entrepreneurs master copywriting to transform their subscriber lists into money making machines. He also helps 7-figure entrepreneurs duplicate themselves with a copywriter who’s trained to sound just like them...so that they can multiply revenue and impact.
So as you can see, he knows more than just a thing or two about how communicate your story to create genuine connections with your prospective clients! We chatted about how the only shortcut to success is brokenness, his PAYS method for your website and how the main thing about copywriting is about showing your vulnerability.
Here is a highlight from the podcast episode :)
Learn How You Can Copywrite Like a Pro...
- Why brokenness is the shortcut to success
- How to share your own story in the right context for your audience
- The P.A.Y.S. methods for your About Page, so that you can attract and connect with the right audience
- What the common mistakes in copywriting are and how to avoid them
- Why copywriting is all about connecting to your audience and being vulnerable
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