GET Honey Copy by Cole Schafer HERE How to write words that sell like a Florida Snow Cone Vendor on the hottest day of the year. How to write words that sell like a Florida Snow Cone Vendor on the hottest day of the year. A short, punchy, ridiculously-sweet guide that’ll teach you how to sell like hell with pretty words… in less than an afternoon.
We’re not talking Tiger’s Blood.
How to write words that sell like a Florida Snow Cone Vendor on the hottest day of the year… Don’t try to say that 10x fast. Instead, just keep reading… You’ve just stumbled upon a top (not so) secret marketing & copywriting guide. Before I continue, I want to apologize in advance for the lengthy title. Though, you have to admit… it’s catchy. For the sake of brevity, from here on out, we’ll just call her.
Speaking of gems in Honey Copy course.
Speaking of gems, here’s some of the many copywriting and marketing lessons you’ll walk away with after an afternoon with Snow Cones…
How to craft a killer headline that hooks your readers from the jump.
How to write better sentences that people actually want to read.
How to use the “Hemingway Method” to instantly 3x your writing’s clarity.
Why it’s imperative to eliminate buzzwords, jargons and cliches in your copy.
How to craft a brand voice that your customers will obsess over.
And, a shit ton more…
Whether you’re a marketing director who wants to hone their writing chops, a copywriter simply looking for a second opinion, a CEO tired of your company writing in cliches and buzzwords or a startup founder looking to add a little “oomph” to your brand’s emails, landing pages and blogs posts… Snow Cones is the copywriting guide for you.
Which, by the way, who’s the chef?
Now, I know what you’re probably thinking… why should I listen to this guy? Well, while I’m not into chest-pumping, I understand I have to do it from time to time to gain some credibility. So, please don’t judge me as I throw down a few slam dunks…
I run a six-figure copywriting business called Honey Copy that works with brands all over the globe on writing words that read like poetry and sell like Ogilvy.