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You’ve swept your copy for clarity, voice and tone, so what + prove it, specificity and emotion. And it’s reading pretty well. So what’s the last sweep before you hit publish on that sales page or send on that email? Join us to see how to apply the Seventh Sweep to your copy.
Emotion sells… but what emotions should you be triggering in your prospects? Check out this tutorial to see.
The most powerful part of the Problem > Agitation > Solution copywriting framework is the agitation. But how do you agitate well? What levers can you pull to write extraordinarily compelling agitation copy?
With just 30 characters per headline and 80 characters for your description, Adwords ads (or those paid ads on Google) demand that you cut all the fluff out of your copy. But what should you leave behind? In this tutorial, PPC expert and cofounder of Paid Search Magic, Amy Hebdon shows you 6 PPC copywriting techniques – and exactly how to write a Google ad for top results.
You’ve seen when to use SEO landing pages vs blog posts – and now it’s time for you to write a page or a post. What do you do? Where do you find the right keyword(s) to focus on? And what about writing the H1 vs the metatitle vs the metadescription? In this tutorial, SEO expert Dave Collins walks you through 7 steps to optimize your page / post for organic search.
So your boss wants you to write blog posts for more “SEO juice.” But here’s the problem: blog posts alone aren’t gonna do the trick. You also need SEO landing pages – and you need to set ’em up right so Google finds them. In this tutorial, SEO instructor and CRO consultant Tiffany daSilva shows you why you need to go beyond blog posts for SEO and HOW to use “content groups” in Google Analytics for best results.
What would you learn if you wrote 100 headlines every day for 100 days… and for 100 different companies / products? Justin Blackman of Pretty Fly Copy found out exactly that when he wrote 10,211 headlines over the course of about 3 months. In this tutorial, he’ll show you exactly how to write headlines faster – and tell good ones from bad – using his process and his favorite copy formulas.
When you write copy, you’re supposed to join the conversation happening in your customer’s head. But how? In this tutorial, conversion copywriter Joanna Wiebe gives you a simple 7-minute exercise to start finding out what your customers are thinking… starting today. You’ll also see how to make sense of what you learn so you can use it at the top of your page (i.e., where you join the conversation they’re already having with themselves).
A guided feature tour vs a video tour from the CEO. Which one do users respond better to? In this tutorial, the founder of Know Your Company employee engagement software Claire Lew shares her before-and-after case study of optimizing their onboarding flow. See how her team got a 44% increase in activation.
So you’ve written the welcome email. …Now what? In this tutorial, head of marketing for Customer IO and email genius Janet Choi walks you through the best SaaS onboarding emails she’s seen, why they’re so good and how you can do what they do. Includes not one but TWO email templates (instantly add them to Airstory for free)
Before you start writing welcome emails and figuring out what features go where in your SaaS onboarding funnel, you need a plan. You need to know 4 things about your target user. In this tutorial, SaaS CRO consultant Sam Woods tells you what those 4 things are. And he shows you how to focus on one of them when you plan a SaaS onboarding funnel.
So your user has made it through your trial period. Now it’s time to go for the upgrade. Time to write the upgrader email! This is where the money changes hands. This is where your MRR goes up a notch. And if you can get this trial-to-paid sales email right, this is where your growth initiatives start to scale. In this tutorial, SaaS copywriter Sophia Le shows you how to write an upgrader email for your SaaS trial.
If you target businesses of $10M+ a year, you need an ultimate guide. But here’s what’s probably been stopping you from writing one: it seems like it would take forever, and you’re not even sure what you’d have to include to make an ultimate guide, well, ultimate. In this tutorial, Joanna Wiebe teaches you the core of writing ultimate guides – and walks you through a premium Airstory template for ultimate guides.
You can do 2 primary things with research: you can support a story, or you can find a story. In this tutorial, Joanna Wiebe shows you how she does online research to write share-worthy blog posts. Be sure to install the Airstory Researcher for Chrome, and research along with Jo!