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How to Receive Copywriting Feedbacks

I've just started to learn how to do copywriting. I read some books in the past months and I've subscribed to some newsletters and Youtube channels that feature this topic.

With these content I was able to learn more about marketing techniques, human psychology and behavior. I've tried writing some copy pieces like emails and web copy, but I feel like my writing lacks something.

So I'm thinking that feedbacks can be very helpful and make me improve my writing skills. I did some research, but I couldn't find anything.

So I wanted to ask if anyone know some websites or platforms where you can ask for feedbacks about copywriting?

Thanks in advance for helping!

#writing #copywriting #feedbacks

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Matthew’s Answer

There are a few online tools to help you evaluate your own writing, including the Hemingway app and Grammarly. These are useful for pointing out issues like passive voice or run-on sentences. The built-in Editor tool in Microsoft Word can even be helpful. To be honest, though, when it comes to feedback on your writing, a human editor is extremely helpful.

If you are a student, I would look at your teachers' redlines to your papers. Think carefully about any mistakes that you see yourself making more than once. If your teacher has time, ask them for recommendations on how to improve your writing style. Your assignments might not be copywriting, depending on the classes you take, but all writing is ultimately just writing. There are a few tricks you'll learn about writing for businesses, but it's much harder to learn how to write in general than it is to learn those tricks.
Thank you comment icon Thank you Matthew for the advice! I really appreciate you take the time to help me. About what you said, I haven't realized before that improving my copy skills means as well improving my writing in general. Thanks again! Clory
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Sirlei’s Answer

Good morning Clory W.!

I actually got an ad recently for site called Anyword (https://anyword.com) that worked exactly for this purpose. I am not sure if it's any good, but they offer a free trial. May be worth a try?

Beyond that, you'd really just need to undergo a peer review process...this site have some pretty simple steps to follow and I recommend you check it out: https://cxl.com/blog/is-my-copywriting-any-good/

Good luck!

Thank you comment icon Thanks you so much Sirlei for your reply! I'm definitely going to check both sites you recommend! It was really helpful! Clory
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Tatiane’s Answer

Hello Clory! To improve your text, it indicates two platforms for editing and checking text online, with notes to show you how you can improve your content. Here they are: https://copywritely.com/ and https://smallseotools.com/ Hope I can help you on this journey!
Thank you comment icon Thanks Tatiane for helping! I'm really grateful for your advice. It was so helful! I'm going right away to check the sites you mentioned! You're amazing! :) Clory
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