165 My Tool to Write Sales Copy that Moves Your People to Tears

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By Adria Sophia DeCorte | Message Clarity Coach & TEDx Speaker, Adria Sophia DeCorte | Message Clarity Coach, and TEDx Speaker. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

When it comes to copywriting, there’s a lot of focus in the online business space on tactics for things like “conversion” and “customer acquisition.”

I call that HEAD messaging. As in ~ it gets you all wrapped up in figuring out your copy with your head. What you’re supposed to say.

I teach HEART messaging. Because…

Connected copy comes from writing with your heart, not your head.

It’s less about an intricate web of logic-based tactics…and more about creating connection, making people feel seen, and moving them to action.

It’s still effective. It still “converts.” But it also builds trust, feels in your integrity, and is in relationship with your people.

When I’m working with copywriting clients, I have a specific process to pull this more connected messaging to the surface so I can see the threads and weave them all together.

In episode #165 of Unforgettable, I take you through that connected copy process (and p.s. there’s a free worksheet – see below!)

Listen in.

Deeper support from me:
  • I lead Messenger Mastermindsfor women coaches ready to feel solid in their messaging and grow a movement that matters ~ both to the world and to their business’ bottom line. Limited spots.
  • As a Copywriter + Messaging Expert, I craft copy that makes your dream clients feel SEEN and conveys the true value and impact of your work so that it moves them to sign up. Interested? I’d love to chat.
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What’s your process for writing sales copy? Let me know in the comments over on Instagram.

Warmth, Adria

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