3 Free Ways to Improve Your Writing

Whether you’re just starting as a beginner writer or consider yourself a seasoned professional, the journey to becoming a better writer never ends. In this blog post, I’ll share three valuable (and free!) methods that have helped me improve my copywriting skills and grow my copywriting business to multiple 6-figures, and can help you do the same!

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3 Free Ways to Improve Your Writing

Become an Avid Reader

While it sounds counter-intuitive, reading is the foundation of becoming a better writer. As you immerse yourself in the works of other writers, you’ll gain insights that can enhance your own writing. Pay attention to their writing style, structure, and how they engage their audience. Consider reading across various genres as it expands your creative horizons.

For instance, when I was writing my book, I would note how other authors structured their books so I could get ideas for my own. If you do the same, you’ll see that some authors start with a captivating story, leading to a lesson or piece of wisdom that they elaborate on throughout the chapter. Others provide a month of actionable advice with concise chapters. These observations sparked ideas for my own writing, which can be true for you too!

Use Technology to Your Advantage

Take advantage of technological tools that can assist and guide you in your writing journey. Two of my favorites are Grammarly and Hemingway. Grammarly provides suggestions to enhance your writing, while Hemingway delves deeper, offering valuable advice such as simplifying complex sentences or eliminating unnecessary adverbs.

Using these tools doesn’t mean depending on them for your work. Instead, they serve as teachers, encouraging you to think critically about their suggestions. Personally, I use them to analyze my writing, questioning whether my sentences are too lengthy, or if I can replace 25 words with just five to make it easier on my reader. These applications teach you to write in a more accessible way and continuously improve your craft.

Become Curious About Content

Pay attention to content that you encounter daily, such as emails, blog posts, or marketing materials. Notice what engages you, prompts you to click, or compels you to read further.

For example, when I receive an email, I become curious about which subject lines catch my attention. Observing patterns in copywriting will equip you with tools, strategies, and tactics to create compelling and digestible content yourself.

Moreover, don’t stop at just observing; become an active consumer of content. Experiment with different headlines, subheadings, visuals, videos, or graphics to see what resonates with your audience. By immersing yourself in various marketing techniques, you’ll not only become a better writer but also a more effective marketer.

Improving your writing doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Embrace the power of reading, leverage technology to enhance your writing, and become an avid consumer of content to observe what engages and resonates with you. By following these three simple and free methods, you’ll elevate your writing skills and stand out when pitching clients.

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