More and more people I know have jobs that 30 years ago didn’t exist or would be considered super dumb. Technology has opened up a whole new world for creators to make a living selling digital products.
If you’re a writer, your circle of influence has expanded rapidly because of technology. Don’t be afraid of technology, use it to your advantage! Copy.ai is like having a computer write copy.
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Gagan Biyani is a founder of Udemy, a $3billion platform that lets people sell courses online. Now he’s building a cohort-based courses (CBC) platform.
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Sujan Patel is owner of MailShake, RightInbox, Pick, Voila Norbert, WebProfits Agency. He has a a wife, 3 kids, runs 5+ companies, is invested in 10+ more, drives sweet supercars, races motorcycles, and clearly manages his time well!
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Doctors are in a position where they have to give people tough advice they often don’t want to listen to.
As a copywriter I’m curious of the best ways to get people to comply. So we interviewed an ER doctor whose seen it all.
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Noah Kagan just past 100,000 YouTube subscribers and is growing rapidly. In this 16 min interview I get him to rapid fire spill all the knowledge he has on the topic.
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In this podcast, we give you a quick test to see if you should become a copywriter or not. Just a few simple questions will generally answer it.
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Peep Laja is the founder and CEO of CXL, or ConversionXL, which is a top name in the marketing world. In 2011 he started blogging specifically about CRO “Conversion Rate Optimization” and quickly grew to the most respected name in the game. He also runs a software company CopyTesting.com. He lives in Austin most of the year, and Estonia the rest of the year.
Sam Parr originally worked for the TV show American Pickers, then started an online liquor store in college, then, started and ran a hotdog stand called Southern Sam’s: Wiener’s as Big as a Baby’s Arm, then started a roommate matching app called Bunk, which was then acquired by Apartment List.
When I first him he had an online store selling a poison ivy remedy called Itch Juice. Then he started a small conference called Bootstrap Live, which then turned into HustleCon, which then got really big and spun off a company called TheHustle which is a newsletter with around 1.3m readers a day. Then he spun off even more products like Hustle Trends and The Ideation Bootcamp.