17 Quick Tips for Improving Your Copy Now


Date: October 19, 2020
Time: 11am, Eastern Time
Topic: Web Writing
Presenter: Nick Usborne

Online copywriting expert and master teacher, Nick Usborne joins Wealthy Web Writer for a live event where he’ll share 17 ways to write better web copy.

These web-writing insights will help you improve your writing immediately, so you can start getting better results for yourself and for your clients.

When you join us, you’ll discover insights like:

  • How to use positivity to improve engaging and response
  • The trick to writing any instructions you deliver online
  • The importance of pace in your copy… and the best way to ensure your copy flows from start to finish
  • And much more

Join us to learn fast, foolproof ways to improve your writing and your results.

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Nick Usborne

Nick Usborne

An award winning copywriter and direct response marketing, Nick Usborne made the switch to copywriting exclusively for the Web in 1997 and is a leading expert in the industry.


  • Thank you, Nick & Heather! This was extra helpful and enjoyable for me as a new copywriter. I’m an ex-newspaper content editor and I love learning new ways to apply best practices from my old career.

    P.S.: Very glad I added The Digital Copywriter’s Handbook to my library. 🙂

  • Thanks, Nick and Heather,
    This is a great reminder of somethings I know and do in everyday work at a hardware/building supply store that I end up trying to change in the writing. I do the Facebook post and Google My Business upkeep and post for this company of 5 stores in the evening as a freelancer.
    Trying to keep it personal (#10) and specific (#6) and keeping the images (#5) which are usually homes in different stages, mantle pieces, ceiling designs, on and on, in relation to the copy is a daily challenge (#2). 🙂
    I like the conversation between the two of you especially about listening to the inner person.
    I like to apply the KISS (Keep it simple stupid) when you said “make it simple” – “answer the question” etc. Google is terrible at that.

    thanks so much again,
    Baxter Cribbs

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