Free Copywriting Course
If you want people to buy from you, you need your marketing to be persuasive.
If your copy is engaging your audiences will want to read on and you’ll have a chance to sell to them.
That’s what I’ll teach you in this free course.
Words Can Make You A Fortune
Your marketing and business success rests on your ability to communicate effectively.
This short, free course, outlines a step-by-step written communication system that is based on psychology-driven copywriting techniques.
The course and accompanying PDF guide can used in your own time and at your own pace.
Each copywriting example is explained simply and clearly so that you can apply it immediately.
This free mini-course is a great introduction to copywriting, regardless of your previous knowledge.
Aplly just a few of the copywriting principles in the course and you’ll see an immediate improvement in your audience engagement.
Andrew Lloyd Gordon
My Copywriting Journey
Copywriting is an undervalued skill.
Working with hundreds of clients over the years, it’s been the copy – or lack thereof – that has either held back or limited the success of a marketing campaign.
Because I now see how it important they are, I am constantly trying to improve my copywriting skills. I suggest you do too.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long is the training course?
It’s a mini-course of about 30-mins of video and with the exercises about 45 minutes in total. You can easily cover it in a lunchtime.
Is the course really free?
Yes. It’s 100% free. You can sign-up and you won’t be asked for a single penny, cent, dime or euro.
Will you spam me?
You’ll be given access to the course and a sequence of mini-email lessons over a period of days. You can unsubscribe at any time.
What's the catch?
There isn’t one.
I am hopeful that when you see the useful content I produce, you’ll be interested in the paid courses and products I produce. That’s all.
If you’re not, then that’s fine. I still hope you find the free course valuable anyway.
Does this work for every type of business?
Short answer: Yes.
The principles of pricing psychology apply to every type of purchase decision. After, people are people in either B2B or B2C settings.