Do you ever catch yourself romanticizing earlier time periods?
Thoughts like, “It was so much easier to establish authority with ebooks when they weren’t as common” or “I wish people still had longer attention spans.”
Before you get too bummed out, remember that digital content creators are currently well-positioned and previous generations had their challenges as well.
Even way back when long-form, romantic love letters were all the rage, a hastily scribbled note was the equivalent of today’s cursory, ambiguous text message.
But let’s see what we can learn from our creative forefathers — the ones who have made a powerful impact on contemporary writing and content marketing.
This week’s Copyblogger Collection is a series of three handpicked articles that will show you:
How to kill writer’s block and become a master copywriter
How to demand attention
How to energize your content with made-up words
As you work your way through the material below, think of the following lessons as a mini content writing course.
How to Kill Writer’s Block and Become a Master Copywriter in Only 3 Hours a Day
Check out How to Kill Writer’s Block and Become a Master Copywriter in Only 3 Hours a Day for a profound tale about Eugene Schwartz’s dedication to excellence — and keep reading to learn a simple writing practice that can help you focus on producing your best work.
Robert Bruce breaks down the system that enabled Schwartz to be a powerful and lucrative copywriter.
No fancy tools or gimmicks needed. This technique appeals to those