Simply put, a copywriter is a “salesperson in print.” And, by the way, I don’t have a fixed schedule for writing. I know how to handle my timing and deliveries.
Do you know what is the first thing a reader sees when purchasing a book? Of course, you know! The cover, and this what makes it that important. Let me explain why.
Beloved users, clients, readers; you name them. They want to know how others benefit or enjoy your offer, rather than a silent number of people who already have it.
Lately the Hispanic consumer segment is on the radar of every Fortune 500 CMO. These are the facts and a good reason to invest in it: a 163% increase in Hispanic population between 2010 and 2050, this means the 30% of the population by 2050. One trillion dollars in buying power in 2010, rising to $1.5 trillion next year, an increase of 50% in five years which is now!
Back in 2010, D.J. Swykert published his thriller novel “Children of the Enemy”, he never knew the kind of events this would bring to his life. Since the beginning, this book got the thriller fans attention; a review in Amazon describes it as “not recommended for children under 16 or weak…