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There is no one right way to write great copy. However, there are some helpful tips to get you started.

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1. Start by reading a lot. Read articles, blogs, books, and other forms of copywriting to gain insight and inspiration. 2. Find your voice. The best copywriting has a distinct voice and style, so decide before you begin writing what kind of tone and style you plan to use to connect with your intended audience. 3. Conduct research. Before writing, always conduct research to learn about your target audience, the product or service you are marketing, and the industry you are working in. 4. Write a compelling headline. Your headline should be attention-grabbing and draw the reader in. 5. Make your copy succinct and scannable. People are reading online, so make sure your copy is engaging and easy to read. 6. Write with a call-to-action. Make sure to include a clear call-to-action that encourages readers to take the desired action. 7. Use graphic elements to break up the text. Using images and other graphic elements like charts, infographics, and videos can help to break up the text and keep readers engaged. 8. Optimize for SEO. Incorporate keywords into your copy to help your page rank higher in search engine results. 9. Always proofread. Read through your copy to make sure it is free of errors and mistakes before you publish it.

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Feb. 13, 2023, 7:24 a.m.

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Published: Monday, February 13, 2023

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