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?”
Copywriter vs. Copyright
That’s when I had to explain that a “copywriter” has nothing to do with a “copyright.”
A copyright makes sure you don’t get screwed if someone decides to steal your great idea.
A copywriter writes sales messages that appeal to specific audiences.
Copywriters write the words that get people to buy what you’re selling.
If you’re looking for someone to protect your brilliant idea, then you’d be way better off calling a lawyer who specializes in copyright law than dialing up a copywriter.
Very common mistake. But you see it’s all in the spelling.
Feel the Power of Copywriting
Anyways, if you want to tap into the power of copywriting, go here:
Inside, you’ll find a ton of profitable tips and tricks to get people to do what you want.
Now, I gotta warn you that it’s all pretty dangerously wicked.
But it’s completely legal and ethical.
So click and be persuasive.
You’ve got nothing to lose and everything to gain.