What Ernest Hemingway, Bill Hicks and Bob Dylan have in common

March 8, 2013 | By | Reply More

I wrote a new article for a fellow copywriter, Alastair Allday, that is currently featured on his website, Allday Creative.

You can read the piece here.

In it I reveal five things that could help you improve your writing. But these aren’t regular copy tips and it isn’t a list of typical ‘how to’ textbooks.

In fact, these five things are totally unrelated to copywriting and actually involve Ernest Hemingway, Bill Hicks and Bob Dylan.

Because as I explained in my previous article about coming up with ideas, to be truly creative you need to feed your mind with more than just copywriting theory.

I hope you enjoy the piece and I hope you’re well.

Read my new article here.


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Glenn Fisher is a professional copywriter, founder of AllGoodCopy.com and author of Write Better Copy. He is an expert in long copy sales letters, having written copy that has so far generated more than £10 million in revenue. Born in Grimsby, he now lives in London.

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