I train copywriters at CopySkills™ so it’s not in my best interest to reveal this.
Coaches who teach copywriting as a business opportunity will never tell you…
There’s an IQ floor to become a copywriter.
Anywhere from 110-120.
If you have an IQ below that you’re NGMI.
Another thing they won’t tell you.
Non-native English speakers will have a much harder time getting clients and delivering usable work.
Service delivery has gotten easier because you can ask ChatGPT to rewrite your work in native English.
But you’re still at a disadvantage when interacting with clients.
Their bias combined with your insecurities.
Coaches will point at the exceptions.
Don’t believe them.
Evaldo doesn’t count.
Here’s a perfect example.
Yesterday, I sent out an offer to my list for an unlimited copywriting service.
All these replies were from people who didn’t understand plain English or thought I was hiring.
Nevertheless, I treated them respectfully and as if they were positive replies until proven otherwise.
But I know what I know.
P.S. If you’re a copywriter with an IQ above 110 and you have a sufficient grasp of the English language to credibly deal with clients and deliver usable copy, join CopySkills™.
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