Oooh, hurts so good.
And yes, I fully agree rushing makes writing extremely difficult, because you try to do the different steps of editing in one go, but that’s hard to achieve. For instance, it’s not possible to look for opportunities to add questions to engage your reader and tighten the text at the same time.
I had this post in mind for a guest post at a blog that caters to copywriters:)
Yes, I guessed something like that. That’s totally fine, of course.
That said, although I like writing for Dan, I’d also like to help upcoming copywriters. Do I need to choose one for my blog and commit 100%?
It depends on how many copywriters recognize themselves in Dan’s profile. You have to be careful that you don’t have a restaurant that provides both hearty meals for cyclists and romantic lunches to posh couples. The couples won’t be happy if the sweaty cyclists sit down in their lycra at the table next to them;’ and the cyclists don’t feel at ease either – you end up targeting no one.
In theory you could alternate posts, but you still risk alienating Dan when you write specifically for copywriters and vice versa.
When you consider your guest posting strategy, you should also consider what you want to achieve. If you want to generate leads from the Dans in the world, then you need to address Dan in your guest posts and find blogs that Dan reads.
What do you think?
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