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Book & Ebook Writing FAQs
How do I become a book copywriter?
If you're interested in becoming a good copywriter, there are a few things you should do before you begin. First, you should understand the fundamentals of copywriting and what makes good writing effective. For example, pick up books from writers who excel at their craft, and read their books on how to become a successful copywriter. Some of the best copywriting books include:
- “Hey Whipple, Squeeze This” by Luke Sullivan and Sam Bennet
- “Influence” by Robert Cialdini
- “The Breakthrough Advertising” by Eugene Schwartz
- “The Boron Letters” by Gary Halbert
- “Made to Stick” by Dan and Chip Heath
- “Ogilvy on Advertising” by David Ogilvy
- “The Elements of Style” by William Strunk Jr.
What is beginner copywriting?
Beginner copywriting is the process of learning the basics of copywriting. This includes understanding the different types of writing, how to write compelling copy, and how to target your audience. If you're new to copywriting, it's best to learn this craft through step-by-step guides on writing well and practice the writing craft as much as possible. Some of the top copywriters like Joseph Sugarman, John Caples, or William Zinsser had years of practice before writing their first bestsellers.
What can I write about as a book copywriter?
The best copywriting books can be written about anything you desire! This includes (but is not limited to):
- Advertising methods
- Blog posts
- Case studies
How much do book copywriters charge?
Most book copywriters charge somewhere in the range of $50-100 per hour. Keep in mind that rates can also depend on the writer's experience and the type of work being done. The best way to budget for your project is to review copywriters on Upwork to see what base rates are available.