08 Oct Ray Edwards | Writing Words That Sell Your Big Ideas
On this episode of the DREAM. THINK. DO. podcast., our guest is Ray Edwards, will share how he has built a dream career writing words that sell for some amazing clients AND he will teach you to do the same!
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If you want to get your product or ideas to as many people as possible, you have to sell it! In order to get the right people on board, the ones for whom your idea will be the right fit, it’s essential to be able to communicate persuasively. That’s why today I’m joined by world-renowned copywriter, Ray Edwards. Ray has sold over $100 million worth of products, and worked with big-name entrepreneurs like Tony Robbins, Jack Canfield, and Jeff Walker; and now he’s here to help YOU!!
Ray shares with you the tools and strategies for writing persuasively, as well as the biggest mistakes that communicators make and how to avoid them. You will also learn the Pastor Framework, his sequence for writing a speech that you can prepare in just 5 minutes and jump up on stage like you’ve been preparing for months! Plus, Ray discusses how being open about his faith through a business has brought him peace, and why it’s so important to be genuine about your beliefs.
Listen in and discover the importance of persuasive marketing, so you can sell your products and promote your freakishly cool ideas. They’re your dreams, learn to present them in the best way possible!
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Get access to Ray’s FREE Copy Writing Academy Videos.
(Plus you’ll get free templates for powerful and persuasive emails and headlines too)
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MariluPosted at 01:29h, 29 April
I’m the quiet copywriter type. I’ve never been terribly coolrmtabfe presenting, so I tend to let the AD take the floor and add support when needed. Don’t know if that makes us the exception to the rule, but it does give our concepts a lot more hope of getting through…