In 2014, while the fundamentals of copywriting -- creating marketing materials for business -- haven't changed, copywriters now regularly create for social media marketing campaigns too. This means that they write copy in many different formats. Angela works with students to develop their own strong campaigns, which they can then use as templates when working with clients.
As students progress through the ten weeks, they're building their portfolios from their copywriting exercises. If they're business people, they work directly with their own marketing materials. Students also take steps to get their first clients.
Many of Angela's students aren't writers. They're coaches, authors, and small business people who need copywriting skills. A student reported: "I feel more confident now... I'm making more sales from my online store." Another student said that he found that the training helped him with his blogging activities: "Learning how to persuade has helped me to sell advertising spots on my blog. It's increased my traffic too."
Students work through the Master Class at their own pace. While some students complete the training in ten weeks, students can take as long as they need. Angela is always available, and encourages students to stay in touch after they complete the course.
Angela offers a free report, "Copywriting Tips: Confidential Secrets To Writing And Selling In 2014" for anyone who needs to sell using words and images.
About Angela Booth
Angela Booth is a top copywriter, and writing teacher.
She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers to enhance their skills at her online store. She also provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Her business books have been widely published.
For small businesses which can't afford to over-spend on advertising, information is the new advertising. Angela Booth's free report, "Creativity Rules: Copywriting and Content Tips to Build Your Audience TODAY", gets them up to speed.
A recent study by Kapost and Eloqua revealed that per dollar, content marketing produced three times more leads than advertising. Consumers are blind to advertising, but not to self-interest. Everyone needs information, so information is the new advertising.
Large brands with large budgets can create customized publications to delight their audience with entertaining and informative material. But what about smaller businesses? Can a small business with a limited budget hope to attract an audience by using information? Companies like Zady.com show that they can.
Angela Booth says that advertising using information doesn't need to be complicated: "Tell stories about your business, your products, and your customers. Everyone loves a story."
She offers these tips for small business getting started with content marketing.
1. A strategy is vital. A small business needs to be clear on its audience, and the kind of material that that audience is likely to respond to. Then it needs to make concrete plans to develop that content, publish it, and promote it.
2. Publishable content includes articles, social media updates, videos, images and more. It's vital for a business to produce the kinds of content with which they're comfortable, and which they can commit to producing consistently.
3. A business also needs to decide where and when it will share its content, to attract its audience. Content on a blog can be shared across several social media platforms. Content can also be created specifically for a platform, such as a for a YouTube channel, a Facebook page, or Google+ page.
4. Information and content build trust in consumers. A survey revealed that 93 per cent of companies surveyed said that they currently use content marketing, and intend increasing their spending on content in 2014.
Angela's free report, "Creativity Rules: Copywriting and Content Tips to Build Your Audience TODAY" is available now.
This 17-page report helps small businesses to get started advertising with information.
More information on copywriting, social media and content marketing is available on Angela's Creativity Factory Blog.
Angela Booth is a copywriter, content creator and author. Her focus is on developing authoritative, informative and entertaining content. She works with small businesses and entrepreneurs with limited marketing budgets to build identity, get attention, and develop strong relationships across media, using content.
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Angela Booth is a veteran copywriter and Internet marketer. Her marketing activities give her a powerful insight into the needs of marketers, who need several different kinds of copy for every project. That copy must be developed for the channel they're using, as well as for their specific audience.
All Internet marketers are time-poor. Angela's clients tell her that they could sell more, if they had more time to spend developing richer marketing materials.
Her new packages save marketers time and money. They save time, because they're dealing with just one copywriter; all their collateral is created and ready to go when they need it. They save money because they're not paying for additional research time, as they would if they hired multiple writers over several months.
The Internet marketing copywriting packages are customized to the needs of the marketer, and include any sales collateral the marketer needs, such as sales pages, press releases, advertisements, pre-sales material, and affiliate creative.
She says: "The packages take a lot of hassle out of setting up Internet marketing campaigns. Clients order precisely what they need, when they need it. Since the research has already been done, they can order further materials as their campaigns develop."
As the Web becomes more competitive, Internet marketers need the edge that integrated marketing materials give them. All research, such as competitor research and search engine optimization (if required) is included in Angela's packages.
Angela Booth is a top copywriter, information product developer, and writing teacher. She offers many guides, courses and classes to help writers and marketers to enhance their skills. She also provides inspiration and motivation for writers on her writing blogs. Angela has been writing successfully since the late 1970s, and was online in the 1980s, long before the birth of the Web. Her business books have been widely published.
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