Author Archives: Paul Ramirez

About Paul Ramirez

I'm a husband and father and businessman who promotes and practices free-market, Bible-based principles to help others achieve success.

Don’t Be a Perfectionist! (It’s Too Much Work)

This is from Bob Bly’s Direct Response newsletter.  It is written in the context of copywriting, but it is good advice for anyone who wants to avoid the tempting pitfall of perfectionism: polishing and polishing and refining and tweaking and … Continue reading

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52 Brief But Powerful Sales Lessons That Will Help Both You and Your Prospects and Customers

Here is a gem of a sales training video that would benefit not only sales professionals and business people watching it, but also the customers and prospects they serve. There’s a lot of sound advice here from Zig Ziglar and … Continue reading

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New Writing Project! Natural Health Website

I have begun a new copywriting project!  It is actually a natural health/natural medicine-related website that I am putting together:  To date, there isn’t much there yet, but I am faithfully researching and writing the content and building the … Continue reading

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White Papers (Aren’t) for Dummies

White papers are kind of a “new frontier” for me.  I’m used to writing business web page content, blog posts and ad copy.   Not a ton of research involved in any of that —  mainly because, (a), their length … Continue reading

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Why Being “Creative” Isn’t Always a Good Thing for a Copywriter

Actually, being “creative” has very little to do with writing good copy. These two types of writing–commercial and creative–are almost mutually exclusive. Copy for advertising and marketing has one sole purpose in mind: to sell. Sell cars, sell soap, sell … Continue reading

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