7 Timeless Tips for Persuasive Writing

So you just met your dream prospect at a networking event. And you heard the angels sing when he said, “send me the details!”

But now what?

Follow these 7 timeless persuasive writing tips to land your next client.

Tip #1: Be Persuasive

My No. 1 tip for persuasive writing is making the content about the prospect, not you as the awesome service provider.

Always start off your letter, email or other business communication with details on what the prospect will gain by hiring you.

People are selfish. So if your writing focuses on “me, me, me” you’re sure to lose your reader’s attention … fast!

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How to Know if You Need a Copywriter or a Lawyer Who Practices Copyright Law

I was asked to speak at a local entrepreneurship event – one of Cleveland, Ohio’s most notable conferences. Our panel discussion was fun, amusing and full of “real talk” from women business owners who are finding success.

Anyway, here’s the good part:

After the event, attendees were lined up to hear more about my business. I had already talked to 10 or so folks when bright-eyed Carmen sat across from me and said:

“I wrote a brilliant book that’s going to change the world, but I’m worried someone will swipe my story. What can I do?”

That’s when I had to explain that a “copywriter” has nothing to do with a “copyright.”

A Lesson in Personal Service from the Road-Trippin’ Strippers of ‘Magic Mike XXL’

Magic Mike (Channing Tatum) and his crew of “road trippin’ strippers” striptease their way to a male entertainers convention to prove they still “got it.”

Along the way, they take full advantage of every opportunity to please their audience. You see they didn’t care if the women were short, tall, fat, skinny, Black, white or purple …

Their only goal was to create the fantasy.