Eddy Quan (War On Weakness)’s guide to create good content is a straight to the point, no B.S guide to writing on social media. It gives actionable advice & tips that you can immediately use to get more sales & engagement on social media.
Some of it is derived from classic direct response copywriting principles and some are based on the psychology of a person scrolling on the phone, wandering on the internet.
The guide is short at 48 pages, but it gives more than enough things for a person to use and recoup the cost (as long as you apply what Eddy teaches).
When you add the bonuses that Eddy includes, there are so many ideas to soak in & implement. Even though I’ve had this guide for more than a year, just revisiting the book has given me ideas to try.
The best guides are not just enjoyable flowing reading but actually gives you things that you can do. With Dumb It Down, you get an instant quick guide that empowers & focuses your online writing.
Pros: Well written, concise, no fluff.
TLDR: Get this guide if you want to improve your online writing to get sales or just make it clearer.
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